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					          cheat sheet for Sunfilm selection                            Version 0.2 (WIP)
Brand     Range                         Sub-range       Model          A.k.a                  VLT%    TSER%
V-Kool    Solitare                      Premium         V-kool 70      Premium                  70%           55%
V-Kool    Solitare                      Diamond         v-kool 40      Diamond                  43%           65%
V-Kool    Stature                                       X75            v-Kool75                 77%           45%
V-Kool    Stature                                       X68            Golddust/V Kool Gold     66%           47%
V-Kool    Stature                                       X15            V-Kool15                 17%           69%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             A-Series        A50                                     46%           55%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             A-Series        A60                                     56%           45%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             H-Series        H50                                     45%           50%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             H-Series        H60                                     55%           39%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             J-Series        J60                                     64%           47%
V-Kool    Signature/Economy             J-Series        J80                                     83%           31%
Llumar    Windscreen Films                              AIR65GNSRHPR   air 65                   63%           43%
Llumar    Windscreen Films                              AIR75SRHPR     air 75                   73%           39%
Llumar    Windscreen Films                              AIR80BLSRHPR   air 80                   78%           43%
Llumar    Ultra Performance sputtered                   PP60GNSRHPR    PP 60                    57%           44%
Llumar    Ultra Performance sputtered                   PP70AGSRHPR    PP70                     70%           38%
Llumar    High Perf sputtered                           PP50LUSRHPR    PP50/ Steel 50(?)        50%           41%
Llumar    Premium Metalized                             ATR50CHSRHPR   ATR 50                   55%           34%
Llumar    Premium Dyed                                  AT50GRSRHPR    AT50 G                   55%           26%
Llumar    Premium Dyed                                  AT50CHSRHPR    AT50 C                   55%           28%
Llumar    standard dyed                                 LA50BKSRHPR    LA50 Bk                  49%           29%
3M        Super Premium                 Crystaline      CR70                                    70%           50%
3M        Super Premium                 Crystaline      CR50                                    50%           56%
3M        Premium                       Metallic        RE70                                    70%           34%
3M        Premium                       Metallic        RE50                                    51%           43%
3M        Premium                       Color Stable    CS50                                    51%           33%
3M        Executive                     Sp series       SP70                                    72%           23%
3M        Executive                     Sp series       SP50                                    52%           29%
Garware   Icecool                       Violates law    Grand                                   40%           70%
Garware   Icecool                       sides           Elite          Model-1                  62%           50%
Garware   Icecool                       windscreen      Elite          Model-2                  70%           50%
Garware   Icecool                       windscreen      Shield                                  70%           50%
Garware   Cool Series                   sides           Cool-In                                 50%           50%
Garware   Cool Series                   sides           Top Cool                                40%           55%
Garware   Cool Series                   windscreen      Cool Vision                             70%           37%




Note      No product considered <40% VLT
          The marginal products 40-45% VLT are highlighted in Red
IRR% UVR% SC VLR              SGHC    Color                Warranty           Cost / sq ft         Packaging/Bundling
 94%      99%   50%      8%     43%   Light green          5 years
 98%      99%   42%     10%     36%   dark grey            5 years
 77%      99%   63%   9.50%     54%                        5 years
 68%      99%   61%     11%     52%   Light Golden sheen   5 years
 87%      99%   36%     12%     31%                        5 years
          99%   51%     19%     44%                        5 years
          99%   63%     17%     54%                        5 years
          99%   58%     16%     50%                        5 years
          99%   71%      9%     61%                        5 years
 81%      99%   62%      7%     53%                        5 years
 43%      99%   80%      7%     69%                        5 years
       99.90%   66%      8%     57%   Green                7 Years
       99.90%   71%      9%     61%   Clear                7 Years
       99.90%   66%      9%     57%   Blue                 7 years
          99%   65%     14%     56%   Green                7 Years
          99%   72%     18%     62%   Silver               7 Years
          99%   69%     13%     59%   Silver               7 Years
          99%   77%      8%     66%   charcoal             5 Years warranty
          99%   86%      8%     74%   Grey                 3 Years Warranty
          99%   84%      8%     72%   charcoal             3 Years Warranty
          95%   83%      6%     71%   Black                1.5 years
 97%   99.90%   58%      9%     50%                        5 Years warranty
 97%   99.90%   51%      8%     44%                        5 Years warranty
          98%   77%             66%                        3 Years Warranty
          99%   66%             57%                        3 Years Warranty
          99%   78%             67%   Black?               3 Years Warranty
          98%   90%             77%   Grey                 2 Year Warranty
          98%   83%             71%   Grey                 2 Year Warranty
 82%      98%   35%   6.60%     30%                        5 years warrnty                   196   Rs 6275 for 31.94 sq ft
 88%      98%   58%   6.20%     50%                        5 years warrnty                   182   Rs 5800 for 31.94 sq ft
 88%      98%   58%   6.20%     50%                        5 Years warranty                  182   same as above
 88%      98%   58%   6.20%     50%                        5 Years warranty                  188   Rs 2820 for 15 sq ft
                58%             50%   1 shade              3 Years Warranty                  104   Rs 3700 for 35.41 sq ft
                52%             45%   1 shade              3 Years Warranty                   85   Rs 3025 for 35.41 sq ft
                73%             63%                        2 Year Warranty                   122   Rs 1830 for 15 sq ft
Visible Light Transmission (VLT)
Refers to the percent of total visible light that passes through. The amount of Visual light transmitted contributes roughly to 43% of heat inside the car.


Visible Light Reflectance (VLR)
Refers to the percent of total visible light that is reflected


Ultraviolet (UV) Rejection
Refers to the percent of ultraviolet light that is rejected from passing through. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun may result in serious consequences such as cataracts, which lead to


Infra-Red Rejection (IRR)
This is the major part of solar radiation that contributes to heat (54%). IR is absorbed by the interior materials and skin, making them warmer. The lower the IRT, the less heat is tran


Total Solar Energy Rejected (Tser)
Refers to the combination energy rejection of the visible light, infra-red and ultra violet. A high Tser reading need not necessarily mean a high heat rejection as it could also mean a


Shading Coefficient
Refers to the ratio of solar heat gain through any given window system to the solar heat gain that would occur under the same conditions if the windows were made with clear win


SGHC
New craze for SC substituion.                              It is = 0.86 * SC. Also 100% - SGHC = TSER




Composition of Solar Energy
          Near IR                                  53%
          Visual Light                             44%
          UV                                        3%
o 43% of heat inside the car.




 in serious consequences such as cataracts, which lead to blindness, skin cancer and pre-mature aging. It is largely responsible for fading of car upholstery. It gives the vehicle interior an aged look and reduces




king them warmer. The lower the IRT, the less heat is transmitted through the window. You may also find the term spectrally selective being referred to as a film with high VLT and low IRT.




sarily mean a high heat rejection as it could also mean a high visible light rejection. Therefore a darker film gives a better Tser rejection than that of a lighter film. To ensure that a film has a good heat rejectio




me conditions if the windows were made with clear window glass. The lower the shading coefficient, the greater the capacity of the window to control solar energy.
pholstery. It gives the vehicle interior an aged look and reduces its lifespan.




rred to as a film with high VLT and low IRT.




t of a lighter film. To ensure that a film has a good heat rejection performance, it is best to look at the infra-red rejection specification.
Before you choose the Installater
         1 Bill and warranty card required
         2 confirm what warranty covers                                    delamination, demetalization, peeling, cracking ,disc
      2.b confirm whether warranty is on same lines as what company sites list (indicative list on the main sheet)
         3 check whether the installer user itself voids the warranty - is he authorized by manufacturer to install
         4 dust free room
         5 confirm references on the forum for installer
         6 establish that the film is genuine - check the roll packaging, many of the films have watermarks
         7 comply to Motor Law pleaz            70% VLT on front and rear and 50% on sides
         8 that he wouldn’t spoil your de-fogger
During Installation
         1 See how well these guys are doing - confirm issues which crop up on 3M installation Guide
         2 Follow DIY manuals if you are doing it yourself
         3 Windscreen film installation in dust free closed room if possible


Post-Installation checks
         1 Halo effect check                  This causes smudging of the lights when seen through the film - try and make y
         2 De-fogger test                     Titanic test          http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...tml#post754
         3 No bubbles
         4 confirm when can you start cleaning the film (expect 24-48 hours)
         5 side windows don’t rattle post installation
         6 Get the watermarks removed         (Unless you want to show off)

3M installation Instructions                                                      Llumar Installation Instructions
                                                                                  Check the video at


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                                                                                  V-Kool
        Mediawebserver.pd                                                         Don’t Try - this voids the warranty

Garware DIY Instructions
          Tools required:
          1) A spray bottle of soapy solution
          2) A snappable cutter
          3) A Squeegee

           Step 1: Preparing the Window Glass
           Wash the side of the glass on which you want to affix the film with plain water. After that, spray it with a soap sol
           Scrape the window clean of any paint, varnish, stickers, or any other foreign matter using a razor blade. Wipe clea
           Spray the entire surface again with the soap solution.

           Step 2: Preparing the Film
           Measure the surface of the glass and cut the film one inch wider and one inch longer than the glass surface.
           Stick a piece of cello tape on either side of the film. Pull each piece of the tape outwards in the opposite direction
           Remove the liner and activate the adhesive by spraying it with the soap solution.
           Apply the solution on the film thoroughly, including the edges.
Step 3: Applying the Film on the Glass
Prepare the window surface for application by spraying it thoroughly with soap solution so that it’s wet.
Pick up the film by the corners and place the adhesive side against the glass, moving it around until it’s positioned
Look at it from various angles to check whether it’s been placed properly.

Step 4: Squeezing out Excess Water and Air Bubbles
Spray the exposed side facing you with the soapy solution.
Using a squeegee, squeeze the film from top to bottom to remove the excess water and air bubbles.

Step 5: Finishing Touches
Trim the excess film carefully using a cutter.
Spray the film with the soap solution and squeeze again to remove all excess water and air bubbles from under th
Place tissue paper on the squeegee and tamp all the edges by stroking towards the glass frames. View the window
There you have it! Your window now has a cool new look, offering you total protection against the sun.
 etalization, peeling, cracking ,discolouration, bubbles, halo effect
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 anufacturer to install


ve watermarks




through the film - try and make your installation close to evening and confirm lights are clearly visible
.com/forum/modifi...tml#post754325 (Defogger not working / damaged after sun film fitting)




tallation Instructions
             http://www.llumarindia.com/autowin.html


 this voids the warranty




After that, spray it with a soap solution.
tter using a razor blade. Wipe clean and dry with tissue paper.




nger than the glass surface.
utwards in the opposite direction.
solution so that it’s wet.
ving it around until it’s positioned properly.




ater and air bubbles.




 ter and air bubbles from under the film.
the glass frames. View the window from outside; if any air bubbles are seen, squeeze and remove them.
tection against the sun.
Llumar    select your city for dealer network at       http://www.llumarindia.com/contactus2.htm

3M        Main office no       Tel No: 0091-80-22231414 / 66595759
                               Fax No: 0091-80-22231450
          or call    Chandra Prakash Sethia, SK Marketing at  9391053916 or 9246338846.

Vkool     Contact Head office for authorized dealers in your city

          V-KOOL India Pvt. Ltd.
          406, S.V. Road,
          Next to Pawan Hans,
          Vileparle(west),
          Mumbai - 400056,
          Maharashtra, India.

          Tel : +91 22 26186501 , +91 22 26186502

          Emil : info@v-koolindia.com / vkool@vsnl.com


Garware   No idea, but try http://www.garwaresuncontrol.com/contactus/contactus.html and ask them the best
ia.com/contactus2.htm




16 or 9246338846.       to ask for authorized reps in your city




tactus.html and ask them the best installer

				
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