Solarglide ship window films reduce interior heat by up to 10°C , whilst reducing the over-use of on-board air-conditioning units, saving offshore energy whilst upgrading your onboard ship interiors.
Solarglide window film is ideal for non-navigational windows including restaurants, passenger areas, viewing areas and cabins. Solarglide Solar films are available in a range of three colours: Reflective Silver, Neutral Grey, and Solar Bronze. Be aware that our Solar Films can be installed on selected roof windows of the wheelhouse, but are not permitted on main navigational windows. Please explore our Solarglide Type Approved solar screens , which are the recommended solution for on-board bridge navigational windows, as they can be retracted away at night or during poor weather conditions.
Furthermore, our ‘Low Mirror Neutral Grey’ and ‘Reflective Silver’ range (shades 20/35/50) are Lloyds Register Type Approved. Another world first from Solarglide, leading the way in improving maritime safety standards for ship windows.
Commercial and Military Ship Window Films
Solarglide type approved adhesive window films are used on tankers, containerships, workboats, and military ships worldwide to protect crew and passengers from the dangers of prolonged sunshine. Internally fitted, they come with a 10-year product warranty.
Cruiseship and Ferries Window Films
Out of all seagoing vessels in the world, cruiseliners and ferries boost the highest volume of windows, and some of the biggest. Therefore, it’s important for the safety of both crew and passengers that the windows are protected from solar heat and glare whilst travelling through sunny climates. Solarglide adhesive window films are a cost-effective solution and an alternative to blinds and curtains.
Oil Rigs and Offshore Module Window Films
Oil rigs and offshore modules are static in our oceans meaning they are subject to 360-degree sunshine during the warmer months. Therefore, it’s important that the windows onboard have adequate solar protection for workers and crew. Cool cabins and crew areas are essential to ensure crew can rest during shifts, thus always maintaining a high standard of productivity onboard.
Offshore Crane Cabin Window Films
Tinted window films are not permitted on navigational crane windows; however, they can be used as a visor covering a small section of the upper window or for windows behind the operator chair that are deemed non-navigational windows.
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