IQue Protects Your Home From UV & Infra-red Radiation

 

Let’s talk about infrastructure. According to Wikipedia, infrastructure can be defined as the set of interconnected structural elements that provides framework supporting an entire structure of development. Infrastructure could be physical or organizational.

A Valle Verde property used IQue products helping the owner

How about the structure and framework of our house or the building we work or live in?

I read about IQue, an endorsed brand by V-KOOL a leading premium brand position in the automotive retrofit market for window film. The company has a new range of product offerings customized to meet the needs of architectural market under IQue.

IQue’s products helps reflect or reject UV and infrared rays and yet maintains the natural appearance of any ordinary glass. This is possible through IQue’s technology of multi-layer dielectric stacks or sputtered metals that enable it to intelligently block unwanted ultraviolet and infrared rays. Yet, the technology allows a significant amount of natural and visible light to pass through the glass, paving the way for more savings in electricity consumption.

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IQue technology allows a significant amount of natural and visible light to pass through the glass, paving the way for more savings in electricity consumption.

IQue’s films are environment-friendly and cost efficiency and will not affect the aesthetics of any project. They are non-tinted and almost colorless compared to the traditional “dyed” films so it doesn’t change the appearance of your existing window the reason why architects, project managers of both high and low-rise buildings and homes recommend IQue products.

Among their bestsellers are the 73FG, especially for high-end customers who want nothing but the best and will really spend for it. Now adapted for commercial use, the 73FG rejects as high as 94% of infrared and 99% of UV rays and at the same time allows for 70% of visible light to pass through. This product is ideal generally for homes and buildings where more visible light is achieved but with minimum amount of heat inside.

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Also available is the IQue 53GII, the company’s next-generation film that offers 96% infrared and 99% UV rejection and 58% visible light transmission and is touted as the only clear film in the market that has an glare control feature. It also offers a low 7% visible light reflection, meaning it’s as if you’re looking at natural glass, which architects usually choose for their projects.

So if you want to protect your home from harmful ultra-violet (UV) and infra-red radiation, IQue’s window films help filter out these dangerous rays of the sun and yet maintain enough visibility.

You may visit the Global Frontiers, Inc. showroom located at the 18th Floor , Ramon Magsaysay Center, 1680 Roxas Boulevard, Manila, or call (+632) 521-7392/525-5009 (fax).


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