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Ultraviolet Window Films – protect objects from damaging sunlight

Monday, March 23, 2015

faded curtain As soon as a display object, fabric, or painting is exposed to both natural, and some forms of artificial light, it begins to deteriorate.  Read More

Solar Shade Blinds – reduce heat & glare

Monday, March 16, 2015

shade blinds Today’s interior working environment sets a premium on naturally-lit open work spaces which allows individuals and work groups to communicate freely, and to enjoy a higher level of personal comfort. This design consideration must also take account of the almost universal use of computer workstations and VDU’s for the widest range of office-based tasks.  Read More

Safety window film – make your glass safe

Monday, March 02, 2015

safety window film In today’s world, terrorism, crime, vandalism, and everyday accidents are ever-increasing concerns. Safety window films provide an optically clear and robust barrier to not only strengthen glass, but keep it in place should it break. Not only is flying glass potentially lethal to a building’s occupants or the general public, but can ruin shop displays and/or expensive and sensitive computer equipment. If the windows remain intact, this can also prevent businesses suffering downtime and resultant loss of productivity. Either 175 micron safety film or 100 micron safety film can be easily and cost-effectively retro-fitted to any smooth glass surface, even curved, without the expense and inconvenience of glass replacement. Professionally installed by Sun-X, the film will comply with the most stringent industry standards, and carry a ten year warranty.  Read More

Sun-X awarded the Royal Warrant

Monday, December 01, 2014

royal crestSince 2004, Sun-X (UK) Ltd has been permitted to display the Royal Arms together with the words ‘By Appointment to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’. The warrant may be awarded to companies who have regularly supplied the Queen with goods or services for at least five years. The Duke of Edinburgh and The Prince of Wales issue their own Royal Warrants. The Grantors, as they are known, are advised by the Lord Chamberlain who is head of the Royal Household and chairman of the Royal Household Tradesmen’s Warrants Committee. However, the final decision to grant a Royal Warrant is made by the member of the Royal Family concerned. They have always been regarded as a mark of excellence and quality.
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Sun-X puts the icing on the doughnut

Tuesday, July 01, 2003

commercial film blinds Sun-X provide the icing on The Doughnut  Read More