SolarBlock makes buildings cooler and more comfortable without sacrificing natural light or the view to the outside world. It is also energy efficient and a cost-effective way to reduce solar heat gain and the damaging effects of ultra violet light.
SolarBlock is a fully patented, high performance glass coating developed by international research establishments. It works by reducing infrared heat (IR) and ultraviolet light (UV) generated by the sun, which in turn reduces the amount of air conditioning required and the harmful effects that ultraviolet light has on materials and furnishings.
As buildings come in different shapes and sizes, there is not a one-size fits all answer to this question. SolarBlock is a cost-effective solution tailored to your specific requirements showing instant utility savings.
SolarBlock has the potential to reduce air-conditioning costs by up to 40%, therefore reducing your overall energy bill. It is also beneficial to the environment.
SolarBlock requires professional application. Installers who apply SolarBlock are certified and highly trained in applying the product. SolarBlock is a liquid technology and can be applied to glass in the manufacturing stage and as a retrofit to the internal surface of existing glazed structures and buildings.
SolarBlock outperforms all other products on the market with regards to reducing solar heat gain. It does not deteriorate, bubble or craze once applied. SolarBlock is easy to clean and has the same lifespan as untreated glass.
Many glass film manufacturers have worked out how to block out heat, but in doing so block out a high percentage of natural light – up to 85% in some cases. Solaris Technology has found a solution that has no visible impact. SolarBlock doesn’t deteriorate, bubble, craze or crease, and still gives amazing visual light results and energy savings.
SolarBlock glass coating is cleaned using our SolarBlock cleaning solution.
SolarBlock is applied to the internal surface of single glazed units and to the internal face of double glazed units, and will therefore perform even in the most extreme environments.