World’s First Carbon Ceramic Window Film By Rayno
June 18, 2015
The Science of Sun Safety
Whether you live in Minneapolis or Miami, if you’re sitting in your car for any length of time, you’re being exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays. These precursors to skin cancer exist no matter where you live and how much sun you get. According to the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, a shocking 53-percent of all skin cancers occur on the left, or driver’s side of the body. Window tinting isn’t just for cosmetics! It serves many important functions for drivers, including driving safety, skin protection and even protection of your vehicle’s interior. Quality window tinting can help improve driver vision and driver safety by decreasing glare. And thanks to innovations in the science of window filming, Rayno Window Film has created the world’s first nano carbon ceramic automotive film. Developed with a patented formula that exceeds all other traditional window film performance standards, Rayno’s Phantom Series provides 99.9% UV protection and up to 95% IR rejection.
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