Heat Radiation Protection


For films that protect against thermal and infrared radiation—particularly for custom applications—go with the experts. Our decades of experience in the metallization and lamination of a range of polymeric films and nonwoven membranes make us the ideal partner for innovative insulation solutions tailored to meet your needs. Our films deliver both durability and corrosion resistance at low levels of emissivity. They’re widely used as transfer metallization for thin insulation, protective clothing; for thermal targets; and, laminated to spun, nonwoven fabric, for window blinds and membranes for thermal clothing.


For protective clothing
Around the world, our customers laminate our thin, flexible, extremely reflective films to high-performance substrates such as Kevlar® or fiberglass and then further process them into fire-proximity clothing, protective gear or high-temperature cladding for pipes and engines. We achieve optimal insulation from thermal and infrared radiation through highly controlled levels of aluminum deposited on one or both surfaces of the film. An extremely clear, protective lacquer coating covers the metal to enhance durability and maintain low emissivity.

For window blinds
We offer a range of laminates for the specialized window blinds segment. These metallized films, when laminated to spunbond nonwoven fabric, can deliver combinations of  blackout opacity, low-emissivity heat insulation, reduced solar-heat buildup, and enhanced flame retardancy. All of our films are highly flexible and robust enough to enable optimal process handling.

For thermal outdoor clothing
We’ve developed  innovative processes for laminating metallized films to nonwoven membranes used in the manufacture of thermal outdoor clothing. An aluminium layer reflects back up to 75 percent of the heat radiated from the body to insulate the wearer and preserve body temperature. Thanks to unique processing developments, our materials excel in heat insulation, ease of processing, and durability, holding up under repeated laundering.