Window Graphics and Specialised Film for Glass
EVM supply and install many types of specialised window films for graphic, solar control and safety use. These specialised window graphics are considered to be a "retrofit" product in the construction industry and are applied to existing buildings as opposed to them being used in the building's construction.
For marketing purposes window graphics can be used as manifestations to apply branded images or designs onto glass windows and walls in retail, commercial and health care environments. The film is available in clear or frosted surfaces and can also be printed on using the latest high quality UV cured inkjet processes used at EVM. Window graphics and film manifestations are often specified by architects, fit-out specialists, interior designers and marketing departments.
In their simplest forms, window graphics are composed of a polyester substrate to which a scratch resistant coating is applied on one side; a mounting adhesive layer and a protective release liner is applied to the other side. When the release liner is removed, the side of the film with the adhesive is then applied to the interior surface of the glass so that the scratch resistant surface of the film sits on the exterior side of the glass. Films are frosted in a variety of tones and colours but are also available as clear polyester film which EVM can print onto in full colour using a UV cured ink.
Window graphics from EVM are used for four distinctive applications on windows, glass and interior glazed screens;
- for branding, marketing and decorative displays
- for creation of privacy glass and to meet current health & safety regulations
- for reducing solar heat build-up inside buildings
- for reducing the damage caused by shattering and splintering glass to people and property with 'Anti-spall' or 'Bomb Blast' film
Window Graphics and Film for Marketing and Privacy
Safety film is a clear high quality polyester film designed to make glass safer.
Solar Reducing Window Film is used to mask glazed areas from the effects of the sun's UV rays.