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Demonstration Fixtures

We provide a range of demonstration fixtures to showcase Ice-μ features that might not come across to customers who just read the catalog. Either an all-in-one fixture can be used to demonstrate transparency, heat rejection and electronic signal transmission, or three different fixtures can be used to showcase each feature separately.

Demonstration Fixtures

All-in-one type fixture

This fixture lets customers in the store observe all three feature of Ice-μin action. In the film display area, a backlight demonstrates the transparency of each film type.
The heat rejection area shows the temperature in front of glass with the film applied and glass without it, with two heat lamps shining from behind the glass and thermometers in front of it. And in the signal transmission area, a signal strength meter is used to compare the amount of electronic interference from Ice-μ and metallic film.
This demonstration fixture, which combines three functions in one stand, is a good choice for stores that need to save space.

Signal transmission demonstration stand

Signal transmission demonstration stand

This stand measures the film's ability to transmit electronic signals. It contains two boxes, which are encased in iron plates so that electronic signals can only enter through the front.
Prepare two glass panels, one with Ice-μ applied and one without.
Put a signal strength meter inside each box, with the switches turned on. The metallic film reflects electronic signals, so the value on the meter will decrease, but Ice-μ transmits signals, so the value will stay the same.

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Electronic signals measured by the meter include cell-phone signals, GPS, and ETC.

Film display stand

Film display stand

This stand showcases the ICE-μ Product Lineup.
An LED light shines from behind each glass panel, demonstrating the transparency of each film type.

Heat rejection demonstration stand

Heat rejection demonstration stand

This stand uses thermometers to measure the heat rejection ratio of the film. Prepare glass panels, one with film applied and one without. Switch on the heat lamps; the thermometers on the other side of each glass panel will measure the rise in temperature.
Check the thermometer in front of the panel with Ice-μto see the film's efficacy in controlling temperature rise.

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