3M™ Automotive Window Film Ceramic IR Series
- Great infrared heat reduction due to this absorptive nano-ceramic technology.
- High total solar energy rejected for greater thermal comfort. Reduces the feel of the sun on the skin.
- No electronic or mobile phone interference, including 5G, with a metal-free design
- Low visible light reflectivity value and no mirror-like appearance to disrupt your view out
- Up to 99% UV protection (up to SPF 1000)
- Color stability backed by a limited lifetime warranty
- The non-metal design avoids corrosion concerns.
- Designed with optical clarity backed by a limited lifetime warranty
- Attractive neutral color
The Ceramic IR Series provides great infrared heat rejection due to the absorptive nano-ceramic technology. Rejecting up to 63% of total solar energy and up to 95% of infrared rejection* for optimal thermal comfort and reducing the feel of sun on your skin.
The Ceramic IR Series is developed with a metal-free design that won’t interfere with electronics, GPS, satellite radio or mobile devices, including 5G.
Superior UV protection
Blocking up to 99.9% ultraviolet (UV) light, the Ceramic IR Series provides a total Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of up to 1000+ providing vehicle occupants with significant protection from harmful UV rays.
Increase privacy for you and your valuables with the Ceramic IR Series, available in tint levels that can block up to 92% of visible light into your vehicle.
The Ceramic IR Series reduces up to 91% of the glare from blinding sunlight, allowing you to see better and concentrate more on driving.
Limited lifetime warranty
The Ceramic IR Series is backed by a limited lifetime warranty, one of the most comprehensive warranties you can get. Sold and installed by professional 3M™ Authorized Dealer Installers, our films are durable, designed to last and virtually maintenance-free.
Terms to Know
- Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER): The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher this value, the less solar heat is transmitted.
- Visible Light Transmitted: The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass: the higher the number, the lighter the film.
- UV Rejection: The percentage of harmful ultraviolet light that is rejected by filmed glass. Ultraviolet light contributes to sunburn and other harmful skin conditions and to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather.
- Glare Reduction: The percentage by which visible light is reduced by the addition of film.