Ultraviolet Protection Film

Amber 81

Amber 81 is a high-performance film designed to block ultraviolet light while allowing safe visible light to pass through. Perfect for environments requiring extreme UV light protection, Amber 81 is ideal for clean rooms, hospital operating rooms, and facilities catering to individuals with severe sunlight sensitivity.

Amber 81 Benefits

Maximize UV Protection with Amber 81

Amber 81 offers unparalleled UV blocking capabilities, making it the perfect choice for specialized environments.

Superior UV Protection

Amber 81 blocks over 99% of UV rays up to 380nm, ensuring maximum protection from harmful ultraviolet light.

Extended Light Filtering

The film significantly reduces UV and visible light between 380nm and 500nm, offering comprehensive light filtration.

Control Glare

Reduce annoying glare and improve visibility on television and computer screens.

Versatile Applications

Amber 81 can be applied to windows, light fixtures, and other light sources, making it adaptable for various environments needing stringent UV control.

Increased Material Preservation

By blocking stray light past 500nm, Amber 81 helps preserve sensitive and valuable materials from light-induced damage.

Inclusivity in Schools

Used in school shelters, Amber 81 allows photosensitive students to safely participate in outdoor activities without exposure to harmful light.

Reliable Quality and Performance

Manufactured by Madico, Amber 81 is extensively tested and provides durable, high-performance UV protection in various applications.

Amber 81

Product Overview

Amber 81 is a spectrally selective architectural film that blocks UV light up to the low visible light range of 500nm. This film is essential for environments such as clean rooms and hospital operating rooms where extreme UV light blockage is required. Amber 81 also aids individuals with conditions like xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) by filtering out dangerous wavelengths. With a visible light transmission rate of 56% and over 99% UV rejection, this film ensures high protection while maintaining visibility. Madico's rigorous testing and quality assurance provide reliable and durable performance in various applications.

Product Specs

Product specs
Visible Light Transmitted 56%
Visible Light Reflected External 7%
Visible Light Reflected Internal 7%
Glare Reduction 38%
Total Solar Energy Transmitted 63%
Total Solar Energy Reflected External 7%
Total Solar Energy Absorbed 30%
Shading Coefficient (SC) 0.83
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) 0.72
U Factor 1.03
UV Rejection ≥ 99%
Emissivity 0.87
Light to Solar Gain 0.77
Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER) 28%
IR Rejection 25%
Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER) 20%


Architectural Film Performance Measurements

This document details the energy efficiency and protective benefits of Madico's architectural films, comparing metrics like visible light transmission, solar heat gain, UV rejection, and infrared energy rejection to aid in selecting the appropriate film for specific environmental and performance needs.


Amber 81 Brochure

The brochure details the film's UV blocking capabilities, applications, benefits, and performance specifications, demonstrating its effectiveness and versatility in protecting against harmful light.


Amber 81 Case Study

We detail how the film was successfully used to create a safe outdoor environment for a photosensitive student at a school in Scotland, highlighting its practical applications and benefits.




Amber 81 is a high-performance, spectrally selective film designed to block ultraviolet (UV) light and reduce visible light up to 500nm, providing enhanced protection in environments requiring stringent UV control.

Amber 81 is ideal for use in clean rooms, hospital operating rooms, research labs, pharmaceutical packaging facilities, and environments that need to protect individuals with photosensitivity conditions such as xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) and erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP).

Amber 81 blocks over 99% of UV rays up to 380nm and significantly reduces UV and visible light between 380nm and 500nm, ensuring comprehensive protection from harmful light.

Yes, Amber 81 can be applied to windows, light fixtures, and other sources of light within the environment, making it versatile and adaptable for various applications requiring UV protection.

Amber 81 has been used in a school in Scotland to create a safe outdoor shelter for a student with EPP, demonstrating its practical benefits in providing safe environments for photosensitive individuals.