A new climate control film from 3M helps to make sure that occupants of domestic, commercial and historic buildings "stay comfortable whatever the weather".
3M Thinsulate Window Film Climate Control 75 (CC75) has the capacity to both reflect heat in warmer weather and retain it when it’s cold outside. This is due to the combination of Thinsulate invisible insulation, and solar reflecting technologies. When applied to a single pane, performance is close to that of a standard double-glazed pane; and application to double-glazing raises performance close to a triple-glazed pane.
Benefits also include savings in heating and air conditioning costs; protection from fading and prolonged life for furniture, carpets, upholstery and artwork; and its shatterproof qualities help to reduce the risk of injury if a window gets damaged.
3M Thinsulate Window Film CC75 offers a cost effective and easier to install alternative to replacing existing windows with double- or triple-glazing. Its virtually invisible appearance barely changes the appearance of the window, making it ideal for historic buildings where conservation requirements may mean that removing original glass is not an option, says the company.
3M Thinsulate Window Film CC75 is available from William Smith, with next day delivery available for full or part rolls on orders placed before 6pm.