Signal Protect – Silver RF Shielding Window Film
Silver tinted reflective RF shielding window film / glass shielding to block a wide range of radio frequency and microwave radiation.
This product offers light transmission of 22%.
Signal Protect Silver provides extraordinary solar heat protection which contributes to energy savings, preservation of décor and enhancement of building value.
Trusted by EMF Professionals throughout the globe.
Includes a 10 Year Warranty.
RF Shielding Window Film – Silver
Signal Protect Silver, formerly SLTWF3 provides optimum solar energy rejection and radio frequency blocking power and keeps your building safe, new and cool.
This film is a silver tinted, reflective film which ensures a comfortable and temperate indoor environment and adds to the appearance of your building.
Designed to block analogue and pulsed digital signals for external sources such as microwave transmitters, cell phone towers, neighbours cordless telephones and Wi-Fi signals.
- Best glare reduction and privacy
- RF shielding performance 99.99 %
- High reflectivity silver finish
- Provides security from breaking glass
- Excellent solar heat control blocking 76 % of total solar energy
- Lowers summer time cooling expenses
- Blocks +99 % of Ultraviolet “UV” rays
- Blocks +90 % of Infrared “IR” rays
- Provides a deterrent to premature skin aging and some potential skin cancers
- Provides privacy, RF and IR Eavesdropping protection, and security for wireless networks
- Suitable for Government Agencies
- Application: Self adhesive, activated by water
- 10 Year Warranty
Desired Amount of Window Film
- Sold per linear ft in 3, 4 or 5 ft widths @ 5 ft increments
- Min Qty = 5 linear ft or (5 feet length X roll width) What is Linear Foot?
- Full Rolls are 100 ft long
Installation Weather Guidelines – Interior Film
The main concern with installing film at temperatures below freezing would be that any water left behind during installation would freeze and cause a visible defect in the film. Thus the best method for reducing any potential problems would be to take extra care to remove all excess water during installation. The only way that the water could potentially freeze would be if the temperature of the interior pane of glass dropped below 32 ̊F. Below are a few recommendations to look for when installing in cold temperatures.
As a general rule these guidelines would be recommended any time temperatures are expected to be under 10 ̊F for double pane glass or under 40 ̊F for single pane glass, within 72 hours of the installation period.
- Check the temperature of the interior pane of glass, with an understanding that the temperature of the glass will drop significantly at night. If the temperature of the interior pane is less than 40 ̊F do not install film.
- Spray the glass with film mounting solution if the mounting solution freezes do not install film.
- Use a temperature gun to determine the temperature of the frame of the window right next to the glass. Water left around the edges of the glass could freeze due to the frame
- Check to see if heating vents are directed at the glass and will hold that glass at a warmer temperature, often allowing film installation at significantly lower outside temperatures.
- Determine what temperature the building is kept at during the night. Often unoccupied spaces, or spaces being renovated will be kept at much lower temperature, as are some buildings that utilize temperature setbacks at night.
In general, there are very few days that would prohibit film installation in the US climate. The interior temperature of the building will typically hold the interior glass temperature above 32 ̊F. The above are situations to be aware of, as well as suggestions to minimize the risk of installing film in temperatures that are too low.