Beat the Heat
Do you sell automotive films in an extremely hot
climate area? And do you find yourself replacing product due to adhesives
that simply won’t hold up? Then you need to check out VMS.
VMS stands for VanGuard Mounting System and its just one of the features
Advantage automotive films offer. Aegis Films of Norcross, Ga., produces
these films and company officials say VMS offers a high temperature rating
on its mounting adhesive and that its Advantage films will hold up to even
the harshest environments while remaining crystal clear.
Advantage films are 100-percent American made and are designed to the
specifications of installers. Company officials guarantee no color change
and offer a nationwide lifetime warranty.
Near Flawless Installations
If you need new installers, but you simply do not have
the time to train them; or, maybe you yourself would like to improve your
skills or business management techniques, check out windowtinting.com. The
El Cajon, Calif.-based company offers everything from a complete five-day
beginning course, to one-day advanced courses and even a one day business
Offerings include automotive, flat glass and specialty applications.
According to company officials, the school has been in operation since
1997 and is the only to provide all three areas under one roof. All
courses begin the first and third Monday of each month.
Wintech Co. Ltd., a Korean-based film provider, offers a variety of
decorative products, including colored films. The company’s Graphic Art
films include red, which offers a 10 percent visible light transmittance (VLT)
rating and 28 percent total solar energy rejection; yellow, with an 80
percent VLT rating and 22 percent total solar energy rejection; green,
which clocks in at a 50 percent VLT rating and 31 percent total solar
energy rejection; and, last but not least—blue, offering a 40 percent
VLT rating and 30 percent total solar energy rejection. Wintech also
offers a number of opaque and patterned films for your decorative
Don't Turn Them Away
When times are tight, so are consumers’ wallets. And when a customer
walks into your showroom and balks at your prices, chances are he’s
going down the street to someone offering a less expensive alternative.
Officials for Solamatrix Inc. say the latest addition to their company’s
Sun-Gard® film line can help solve this dilemma. “We have heard the
message from our dealers loud and clear and have created a new automotive
film value series to address the market reality that our customers are
facing,” says Bryan Young, business development manager for the St.
Petersburg, Fla.-based film manufacturer.
But, for the sake of your company’s reputation, you can’t afford to
offer a film that costs less yet doesn’t deliver on quality. Solamatrix
officials say GP Max™ fits the bill by offering high-performance at
prices that are approximately 30- to 50-percent lower than many
conventional premium films. GP Max is a 1.5 mil product with an attractive
neutral color, excellent heat shrinking properties and it’s backed by a
Spectrally-Selective Automotive Films
Earlier in 2008, Commonwealth Laminating and Coating grabbed
everyone’s attention by combining two terms that aren’t typically
associated: spectrally-selective and affordable. At SEMA, the company
grabbed attention on the show floor by combining these elements with a
brand new 2009 Corvette.
That’s right—the company has expanded its SunTek
Ultra-Vision™ line to include automotive films. Unlike some
spectrally-selective films, Ultra-Vision films are made with all
non-corrosive raw materials and are available to all dealers at
competitive, factory-direct pricing.
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