Tint-Zone

Window Tinting in Kansas City, Mo


Johnson's Architectural films use striking colors to enhance the overall look of any commercial building. This allows owners and managers of hotels, motels, commercial stores and high-rise offices to literally alter their appearance by simply installing window film.

All Architectural films are highly reflective and deliver superior heat rejection. There are four colors to choose from—reflective blue, green and gold. No matter which color shade is selected, Architectural films will help cool hot spots, increase HVAC efficiency and lower overall energy costs. Additionally, the darker, reflective films will help reduce unwanted glare and control excessive heat gain.

All Johnson Architectural films reject 99% of harmful UV rays and are protected by a CST Scratch Resistant Hardcoat.
ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCT BENEFITS
Blue, Green and Gold Designer Colors
Highly Reflective
Rejects 99% of Harmful UV Rays
CST™ Scratch-Resistant Hardcoat
Backed by Johnson Window Films' comprehensive manufacturer's warranty program

 

Architectural
FILM TYPE COLOR VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMISSION SOLAR ENERGY
REJECTION
VISIBLE LIGHT REFLECTANCE SHADING
COEFFICIENT
SOLAR HEAT
GAIN COEFFICIENT
U-FACTOR
NFRC
SOLAR ABSORPTION GLARE REDUCTION
MBL 50 blue silver 53% 36% 9% 0.75 0.65 1.09 36% 42%
MBL 35 blue silver 35% 51% 11% 0.57 0.49 1.04 46% 62%
MBL 20 blue silver 24% 61% 16% 0.45 0.39 1.00 47% 74%
MGN 35 green silver 35% 49% 9% 0.59 0.51 1.05 48% 62%
MGN 20 green silver 25% 60% 14% 0.47 0.40 1.01 51% 73%
MGD 35 gold silver 38% 58% 27% 0.49 0.42 1.00 37% 58%
MGD 20 gold silver 21% 73% 44% 0.32 0.27 0.98 36% 77%
Solar specifications testing performed on film mounted on 1/8" (3mm) Starphire® Ultra-Clear glass. Tests, equipment and methods according to ASTM, ANSI and NFRC standards. Calculations performed using Lawrence Berkeley Lab's Optics/Window 5.2. Values expressed hereof are typical and provided for comparative purposes only.