All traditional window-tinting film, even those treated with de-ionizing air pressure, have surface contaminants that interfere with reliable bonding. However, UltraFilm’s unique CeramicPlus™ and 200+-MPH™ window tinting film lines are Plasma-treated, contaminant-free and feature up to 50% more surface area. Gone are the microscopic peaks and valleys found in traditional (untreated) film, resulting in superior fit, finish and
long-term durability.

Plasma treatment alters the surface characteristics of materials (film, glass, etc.) to functionalize them and also make them easier to handle. The treatment changes the surface chemistry of the film without causing thermal damage. Difficult to bond surfaces can also be cleaned and activated, so when they are joined the resulting surface is many times stronger.

UltraFilm™ takes advantage of the latest state-of-the-art Plasma technology for functionalizing film surfaces with nanometers-thick coatings.


Functional coatings, unlike protective or cosmetic coatings, change the surface characteristics to increase strength, reduce friction, repel (or attract) liquids, provide a gas barrier and ease the installation of the finished product.

UltraFilm’s Plasma process works by either vaporizing a liquid precursor or by using a specialty gas that is then injected directly into the Plasma stream. This results in the creation of smaller molecules that are deposited onto the substrate where they bond and re-polymerize. The thickness of the coating can be controlled by regulating the flow rate of the precursor (the residence time over the surface) and the energy of the Plasma.

Plasma coatings of between 10 and 700 nanometers can be applied in a single pass. The nanoscale coating application, used in the manufacture of UltraFilm’s premium Ceramic-Plus™ and 200+-MPH™ films, is truly Rocket Science!



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