Avery Window Tint Film NR Pro
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Avery Dennison Automotive Window Film
Introducing the latest additions for car customization from Avery Dennison that include three new window tinting series in Avery Dennison’s Automotive Window Film (AWF) range. Designed to enable highly creative vehicle restyling as well as safety enhancements and heat and glare rejection.
Avery Dennison® AWF NR Pro is a premium colour-stable, non-reflective film range available with different light transmission levels. Made with sophisticated nanotechnology, AWF NR Pro range delivers impressive solar protection and colour durability for a metal free film with the installation features professionals demand.
The films are designed with professional installers in mind, using nanotechnology, and they are available in several light transmission levels. AWF NR Pro is one of the leading heat rejection films in the market, keeping cars cool and comfortable. With a visually appealing and stable graphite colour, the range offers a 5-year warranty.
- High end stable graphite colour
- 5% to 50% light transmission options
- High solar performance with 99% UV block
- Up to 94% glare reduction, with minimal mirror effect
- Metal free material using nanotechnology
- 38 micron (1.5 mil) thickness
- Good shrinkage for a colour-stable film
- 5-year warranty
- Keeps cars cool, comfortable and U-V screened
- Enhances style of vehicle and privacy
- Range of VLTs to suit the individual tinting customization
- Zero interference with electronics
TINTED WINDOWS AND THE LAW
Tinted windows are a popular choice for many vehicles. They look great and can improve driver and passenger comfort too. But there are some laws that need to be followed. Take a look here at our guide, based on UK law*.
VEHICLES FIRST USED ON 1ST APRIL 1985 OR LATER:
The front windscreen must let at least 75% of light through and the front side windows must let at least 70% of light through.
VEHICLES FIRST USED BEFORE 1ST APRIL 1985:
The front sindscreen and front side windows must both let at least 75% of light through.
Penalties are in place for incorrectly tinted windows.
It’s illegal to fit or sell glass (or a vehicle already fitted with glass) that breaks the rules on tinted windows.
The police or the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) vehicle examiners use light measuring equipment to measure window tint.
If your windscreen or front side windows are tinted too much you could get:
• a ‘prohibition notice’ stopping you using your vehicle on the road until you have the extra tint removed
• a penalty notice or court summons
If you are unsure which product is right for you or need any advice at all about window tints, please contact our team on 01246 570570, we'd be happy to help.
* Source: www.gov.uk/tinted-vehicle-window-rules