Energy-controlling Nanocomposite films for transportation and architectural glassPowered by nanotechnology
Energy management for buildings and vehicles is of keen interest as energy costs rise. Nanofilm is developing a Nanocomposite reactive thin film that helps control infrared light waves passing through transportation and architectural glass. It could substantially reduce energy required for heating and cooling and the associated costs.
- Infrared rejecting
- Contaminant resistant
This Nanofilm Nanocomposite film is approximately 3-5 microns thick and formulated to be compatible with glass.