Solar Gard, a key player in the field of patent-protected film technologies for sun and surface protection across the automotive, architecture, commercial and residential industries used its participation in the recent Big 5 construction show in Dubai to showcase the effectiveness of its Armorcoat window impact and solar protection solution. Armorcoat took centerstage at the company’s booth. Solar Gard is a subsidiary of the renowned Saint-Gobain Group, a company with a heritage of 350 years in the field of glass, construction and high-performance materials going right back to the Hall of Mirrors in Paris’ Palace of Versailles. The company invests a considerable amount of time and funds in research and development prowess and the Solar Gard Armorcoat safety solutions is one of the outcomes of its competence in R&D. The Solar Gard Armorcoat films not only offer unmatched protection from the rays of the sun but are also almost invisible, colorless and undetectable. They help to maintain the natural appearance of existing windows.
Armorcoat films reinforce windows without the need to make any changes. The strong layers of high-tensile polyester and adhesives deliver the highest level of protection and minimize the likelihood of injuries that may occur from flying glass.
Solar Gard’s patented technologies enable films to reject solar heat and keep people and property shielded from UV rays. The undetectable film keeps interiors cool and comfortable, while maintaining the existing aesthetics and eliminating glare.
Armorcoat is notable for its sustainability and its effectiveness in helping to save energy as it significantly reduces air conditioning costs.
Speaking about the company’s participation in the Big 5 show Kendall Combs, global marketing director for Solar Gard said that Solar Gard was very excited about the opportunity to showcase the power of Armorcoat in Dubai. He said that company’s patent-protected technologies have been used by thousands of customers over many years to protect customers and landmark structures in different parts of the world from the harmful rays of the sun.
Hamid Moaref has always been fascinated by cars and the automotive industry. His family has a longstanding association with the industry and has been in the tire business for the past 35 years. Raised in Dubai, Hamid attended Capilano University in Vancouver where he graduated with a BBA in marketing before attending an intensive course in magazine publishing in 2005. He has been the publisher and chief editor of Tires & Parts magazine for the past ten years.
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