Hüper Optik - inventor of the world's first multi-layered patented nano-ceramic window films was featured in the November 2009 edition of Popular Science Magazine, a leading source of science and technology.
Popular Science Magazine's staff photographer, John B. Carnett, is fulfilling "The Green Dream" by attempting to build his dream home using the latest green technology.
In the article on "Green Dream: Custom-Made Aluminum Windows Save Money and Energy", the resident photographer and intrepid eco-warrior strongly recommended four more other ways of retrofitting your own home to go green.
One of which to join the Green Generation is through installing Hüper Optik® Ceramic 30, which deflects up to 86% of the sun's infra-red heat, helping to cool the home while blocking nearly all harmful ultra-violet rays, which can fade furniture.
Besides Hüper Optik® Ceramic 30, Hüper Optik®'s full suite of Nano-Ceramic window-films films possesses several key characteristics, which include:
Excellent solar heat rejection performance with high clarity of up to 70% Visible Light Transmission (VLT)
Cuts off harmful ultra-violet rays and substantially slows down fading process of furniture
Superb German engineering and durability - no de-metalizing and discoloration woes
Increases safety by rendering window shatter-resistant
No interference with wireless communication equipments
Lower residential or commercial buildings' air-conditioning bills
Low visible light reflectivity and neutral color that enhances overall aesthetics