Products & Services

Photochromic Window Film

After years of research and experimentation the TWF R Series of window tint film is now available to the UK.

This window film fills the gap where commercial offices are being tinted to reduce the sun's glare during the summer months but then have reduced light during the darker winter months.


Photochromic film is applied in the same way as all window films and will have a light tint when finished. However as the bright sunny days appear the windows will change to a darker tint and revert back once the sun goes in.


The rolls are available in a width of 1520mm so most applications to windows is possible.

The R Series film is supplied with a warranty* of 10 years covering peeling, bubbling, adhesion failure, cracking, discolouration and oxidation.

We are introducing three colour changing ranges. TWF R70 the most popular of the colour range which is a light tint changing to a comfortable darker tint. The next being TWR R75 a slight blue shade which starts as a darker tint as standard getting even darker with sunlight. Again a change to a dark grey colour, ideal for cars is the new TWF R70+.


Transition Window Film only use experienced film and vinyl installers to apply the R Series to your windows.


However we are also pleased to supply the film direct for you to fit yourself with full application instructions.


As well as supplying direct we are looking for distributors throughout the UK and Worldwide.

Please contact us here to arrange a meeting and demonstration

UK Dealers

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    'Ultraviolet radiation can travel through car and home windows, where it can contribute to the daily accumulation of sun exposure that can lead to skin cancer and photoaging. Which means that even if you're inside your house and sitting next to a window with sunlight streaming in, you're at risk for UV damage.UV-blocking films can not only protect you against this exposure, but can offer benifits as well.' SKIN CANCER FOUNDATION. 

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