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  • 3M™ DAYLIGHT REDIRECTING FILM

    Save up to 52 percent on lighting energy with 3M’s light-reflecting films. The films are easily integrated into new or existing windows with no hardware, infrastructure, maintenance or special cleaning.
    • Reduce Glare
    • Improve Comfort
    • Lower Energy Costs
    • Scientifically Proven
    • Trusted Brand
    • Backed By a Strong Warranty

    3M™ Daylight Redirecting Film

    • Reduces glare and discomfort caused by direct sunlight on employees
    • Redirects natural light as much as 40 feet or more into a building
    • Extends the daylight zone up to 8 feet into a building’s interior for every 1 foot of treated window
    • Can provide up to 52% lighting energy savings compared to baseline usage
    • Can provide savings of up to 1.5 kWh/sq ft of floor area
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    How Does 3M™ Daylight Redirecting Film Work?

    3M™ Daylight Redirecting Film utilizes a technology called “micro-replication” that can redirect as much as 80% of light onto the ceiling, providing more natural light – which has been linked to increased productivity and purchasing behavior.
    “Walgreens was searching for a cost-effective, low-maintenance solution to reduce visible glare, extend our daylight zone and fit with the overall design of our first net-zero project,” says Jason Robbins, Walgreens’ Manager of Mechanical Engineering. “3M™ Daylight Redirecting Film was the perfect fit for our 4,000 Sq. Ft. west-facing curtain wall.”

    BACKED BY A STRONG WARRANTY

    3M™ Window Films are backed by one of the most comprehensive warranties in the industry. When installed by a professional 3M™ Authorized Dealer Installer, 3M’s films are designed to be durable and virtually maintenance free.

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