Window Tint keeps ancient relics from destruction by UV exposure
Museums have the mammoth task of taking care of items that simply cannot be replaced. As such the highest level of UV protection from window tint is of the utmost interest of museums and their patrons. With no loss of clarity on the windows, daylight redirecting film sends light deep into museums while filtering natural light to enhance the relic viewing experience of museum goers.
Protect valuable treasures
Museums are in the business of keeping precious items from society’s past looking good for this generation and, ostensibly, for many to come. When it comes to threats to these objects, the sun looms tall as one of the most menacing. The UV rays of the sun are severely detrimental to old items, not only fading them but, because of their age, even causing them to deteriorate. When 99.9% of harmful rays are blocked from reaching these ancient artifacts with window film, they are preserved and enjoyed for years to come
Highlight ancient artifacts
Natural light is the best light for getting a good look at something–especially something old and presumably fading. When UV blocking window tint is used on museum windows, not only does it protect old relics, it allows visitors to scrutinize them in the best light possible, natural light, without any danger of fading or disintegration.
Keep guests and artifacts safe
A museum, like other public places, can be considered a soft target and therefore is a good candidate for security film. What’s more, since museums house a number of extremely valuable items, they are a highly likely target for thieves. Security film is a great way for museums to deter would be intruders and thieves since, once the glass coated with security film , , it doesn’t give way without considerable work and time. Making it much more difficult for an intruder to abscond with anything valuable before the police arrive.
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