"This is a very exciting development for window film technology and for the commercial and residential building markets," says Milan Moscaritolo, Senior Sales and Marketing Director of the Lumirror Division. "The construction industry continues to look for innovative ways to help developers reduce energy costs. Creating a film that lessens the impact on the environment, without sacrificing solar protection performance, was the natural next step in the evolution of the technology. The BioViewTM film represents a perfect marriage between an environment-friendly film and an energy-saving application."
Moscaritolo also reports that in 2014, when Toray installed the finished bio-based solar window film at office and manufacturing plant locations on its 70-acre campus in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, the installation was seamless and the film's performance has been excellent. He notes that Toray's use of bio-based solar window film is another component of the company's multi-faceted sustainability program and further burnishes its environment-friendly profile.
New BioViewTM bio-based film is a multi-layer structure with surface and optical qualities that are strictly controlled by Toray's proprietary co-extrusion technology. It is notable for its very low haze, excellent handling and processing characteristics, and high scratch resistance.
For more information about Toray Plastics (America)'s new BioViewTM bio-based film used in the manufacture of solar control window films for commercial and residential applications, contact Mary Gervais at email@example.com or 401-667-2281.
Image Caption: Toray Plastics (America), Inc., announces the introduction of new BioViewTM film, a technological breakthrough in the development of bio-based bi-axially oriented polyester (BOPET) film for solar control window films used in commercial and residential applications.