KONICA MINOLTA

Performance Materials

Giving Shape to Ideas

Product Data Measurements

ICE-μ's fine performance has been demonstrated by a number of tests.

Efficacy Test 1 ––Heat rejection

Efficacy Test 1 ––Heat rejection

The temperature was measured over time in each vehicle, one with window film applied and one without. The outside temperature was also measured over time. It was found that there was a 10℃ to 20℃ difference in temperature between the two vehicles when the sun was strongest, thus demonstrating the high efficacy of the film in rejecting heat.

Efficacy Test 1 ––Heat rejection
*The above figures are theoretical values, calculated from the measurement data to fit the above outside temperature conditions.

Efficacy Test 2 –– Transmission of electronic signals

Two tests were performed to measure transmission of electronic signals through the film. In the first test, a signal strength meter was employed to directly measure the film's transmission of electronic signals. In the second test, the transmission of cell phone signals was measured. Both tests clearly demonstrated the film's superiority to the metal-sputtered films of other companies.

Efficacy Test 2

Signal transmission

Signal transmission (Cell phone,held near film)

Demonstration of the advantages of non-metallic film

Efficacy Test 3 –– Low reflectivity

Reduced mirror effect

In comparisons with other companies' metallic films, ICE-μ was shown to have lower reflectivity—that is, it doesn't act like a mirror. The reduced reflectivity makes driving safer.

Reduced mirror effect


With Konica Minolta film


With other companies'metallic film

Efficacy Test 4 –– Corrosion resistance

Doesn't corrode

A corrosion test was carried out comparing ICE-μ with the metal-sputtered films of other companies. While other companies' films were susceptible to corrosion when liquids, such as detergent, entered between the film and the glass, ICE-μ showed no signs of deterioration.

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