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2021 Toyota Window Tint CoolVu-Color Stable 1947

Year 2021
Make Toyota
Model Mirai
Product Window Tint
Description CoolVu Auto Spa Color Stable, non-metalized automotive window films are designed for maximum UV, sun glare and heat control while looking amazing on your vehicle. Designed to match ‘dark-style factory tint’ CoolVu Auto Spa Color Stable films incorporate the industry’s most durable hard coat technology for long-lasting solar performance ensuring you and your car look Cool for a lifetime.
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  • Visible Light Transmitted

    %

  • Visible Light Reflected

    5%

  • U.V. Transmittance

    <1%

  • Total Solar Energy Rejected

    41%

  • Glare Reduction

    78%

  • IR Reduction

    %

  • HIGH HEAT BLOCK
    (IRX SERIES)

  • AMAZING
    VISUAL CLARITY

  • MULTIPLE, DARKER
    ‘FACTORY TINT” SHADES

  • AMERICA
    MADE

Definitions

  • % Solar Energy Reflected

    TOTAL SOLAR ABSORPTANCE

    The ratio of the amount of total solar energy which is reflected outward by a glazing system to the amount of total solar energy falling on the glazing system. Value is expressed as a percentage.

  • % Solar Energy Absorbed

    TOTAL SOLAR ABSORPTANCE

    The ratio of the amount of total solar energy absorbed by a glazing system to the amount of total solar energy falling on the glazing system. Solar absorptance is that portion of total solar energy that is neither transmitted nor reflected, expressed as a percentage.

  • % Visible Light Transmitted

    VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMITTANCE (VLT)

    The ratio of the amount of total visible solar energy (380-780 nanometers) that is allowed to pass through a glazing system to the amount of total visible energy falling on the glazing system. Value is expressed as a percentage. Glare is influenced by visible light transmittance through a glazing system.

  • % Visible Light Reflected

    VISIBLE LIGHT REFLECTANCE

    The ratio of the amount of total visible solar energy (380-780 nanometers) that is reflected by a glazing system. Value is expressed as a percentage.

  • Shading Coefficient

    SHADING COEFFICIENT

    The ratio of the amount nof the total solar heat gain through a given glazing system to the solar heat gain under the same conditions for clear, unshaded, double-strength window glass (DSA). Shading coefficient defines the sun control capability of the glazing system.

  • % Total Solar Energy Rejected

    TOTAL SOLAR ENERGY REJECTED (TSER)

    The percentage of incidental solar energy rejected by a glazing system. The higher this value, the less solar heat energy is transmitted by the glazing system.

  • % Glare Reduction

    The percentage of visible and 'white light' block of a particular window tint on applied glass

  • IR Reduction

    The percentage of full spectrum infra-red radiation block of a particular window tint on applied glass