Wincos® Automotive Window Film

Wincos<sup>®</sup>

Product Details

Premium cars require matching performance from their window tint. Wincos, a nano-ceramic IR automotive film, combines beauty with sound scientific research for the ultimate in window film style and performance. 

 

  • IR film that rejects up to 92% of infrared rays
  • Extreme IR heat rejection even with high visible light transmission
  • Ceramic, metal-free construction
  • Color-stable
  • Available in 7 shades from 10% to 90%
  • Minimizes fading of interiors and protects finishes
  • Holds broken glass together in the event of an accident
  • Strong profit-generating potential
  • Manufacturer’s Lifetime Warranty
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    With its leading-edge technology and precision manufacturing, Wincos enhances a vehicle’s appearance by offering a sophisticated style.  Wincos is available in many VLT’s to suit individual driving preferences. 

     

    Wincos window film delivers high heat rejection without the look of dark, tinted windows. It blocks 99% of UV rays and its metal-free construction guarantees that it won’t interfere with the sophisticated technology in today’s vehicles. Available with a Manufacturer’s Lifetime Warranty.


    Film Performance Measurements

    Visible Light Transmitted
    11%
    Visible Light Reflected
    4%
    Glare Reduction
    88%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    10%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    4%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    86%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.43
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.38
    U Factor
    1.02
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    62%
    IR Rejection
    91%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    63%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    22%
    Visible Light Reflected
    5%
    Glare Reduction
    75%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    15%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    5%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    81%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.47
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.41
    U Factor
    1.02
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    60%
    IR Rejection
    92%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    64%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    34%
    Visible Light Reflected
    5%
    Glare Reduction
    62%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    19%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    5%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    76%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.50
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.44
    U Factor
    1.02
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    56%
    IR Rejection
    91%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    63%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    49%
    Visible Light Reflected
    6%
    Glare Reduction
    45%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    26%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    5%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    69%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.55
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.48
    U Factor
    1.03
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    52%
    IR Rejection
    90%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    63%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    66%
    Visible Light Reflected
    7%
    Glare Reduction
    26%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    32%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    5%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    63%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.59
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.52
    U Factor
    1.02
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    49%
    IR Rejection
    91%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    63%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    75%
    Visible Light Reflected
    8%
    Glare Reduction
    16%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    36%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    5%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    58%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.63
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.54
    U Factor
    1.04
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    46%
    IR Rejection
    90%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    62%
    Visible Light Transmitted
    87%
    Visible Light Reflected
    9%
    Glare Reduction
    3%
    Total Solar Energy Transmitted
    66%
    Total Solar Energy Reflected
    7%
    Total Solar Energy Absorbed
    27%
    Shading Coefficient (SC)
    0.85
    Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
    0.74
    U Factor
    1.00
    UV Rejection
    ≥ 99%
    Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
    26%
    IR Rejection
    57%
    Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)
    36%

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    Each Madico film is supported through a variety of marketing materials including consumer sell sheets, design guides, film sample books, and wallboard displays. The full range of materials available can be viewed on the Madico Brand Hub. Brand Hub logins can be requested through your sales representative.

     

    Manufactured by Madico

     

    When you purchase Madico film you can rest assured that you have selected a high quality and extensively tested product.

     

    Headquartered in Tampa Bay, Florida, Madico, Inc. manufactures and distributes high performance window films for automotive, architectural, and safety and security applications through seven company owned distribution centers in the United States as well as an extensive international distributor network. 

     

     

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