New Renolit film 'increases fuel economy on vehicle wraps'
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By News Desk
1 August 2012
Renolit's new calendered films 'save resources and energy' by reducing heat
Renolit has released a new calendered film with Solarmour technology, designed to improve fuel economy on vehicle wraps and reduce the soak temperature on self-adhesive applications including vending machines and facades as well as vehicles including ships.
Solarmour reflects the majority of the sun's infrared energy to reduce the surface temperature of film surfaces by 29˚F compared to the standard formulation, to increase the film's longevity and durability.
Renolit states Solarmor films can be processed in the same way as conventional films, manufactured in gloss or embossed surfaces, and are available in opaque polymeric and 'smoked clear' formulations. They can work for films of thicknesses from 60 microns and above.
"With lower energy consumption and a higher durability, this new technology can help save resources and energy," says Laura Schied, marketing manager, Renolit. "It is the next generation of high-performance films for vehicle wraps and opens up numerous opportunities for other applications."
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01 August 2012 7:25PM
This is great. Love to see material suppliers and vendors in the sign industry striving to not just make better materials but also more environmentally friendly ones. Well done Renolit!
01 August 2012 8:26PM
Love to see manufacturers not only creating new materials in the sign industry but also developing environmentally responsible materials. Well done Renolit.