Solar Security Film vs Solar Control Film.
The key difference between Solar security film and Solar control film is in the thickness of the films. To absorb the impact and keeping the glass holds together, Solar security film are much thicker compared to Solar control window film. While Solar control film is constructed within a 1.5mil to 2.0mil thickness, Solar security film is constructed within 5mil thickness. Solar security film has a stronger adhesive compare to Solar control film.
The main objective of Solar control film is to reject heat, reduce glare and block harmful UV rays. The role of the Solar security film is much more different. They provide additional features and benefits, a sort of “safety shield” by holding glass shards together in case of window breakage. In recent years, Solar control film properties have been included in the manufacturing of Solar security film. This allows another option for customers seeking both window protection and solar control performance. In the Malaysian market, we offer XPEL Prime Solar Control Film and XPEL Prime X Solar Security Film.
Solar Control Film
XPEL PRIME falls under the Solar Control Film series and offers up to 97% infrared heat rejection thanks to multilayer nanoparticle technology. PRIME Solar Control series combines a cool look with extreme performance. Let PRIME Solar Control film keep you comfortable and protected no matter the weather.
Solar Security Film
XPEL PRIME X falls under the Solar Security Film series. It goes beyond performance, it combines a level of security with an ultrahigh infrared rejection film. It helps to protect passengers during an auto accident by holding broken glass together. XPEL PRIME X Solar Security Film was designed with first-class heat rejection technology to keep you comfortable and protected.