AGC Earns Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Recommendation for Automotive Windows
AGC announced recently that it has earned The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation for its UV Verre Premium Privashield™ glass. This newly released product is a dark-tinted privacy glass for automotive rear doors and rear windows that cuts ultraviolet (UV) rays by about 99%. In combination with the UV-cut glass for front windshields and front door windows, which already has the Seal of Recommendation, AGC reportedly has become the first company to offer automotive windows for all directions (i.e., front, side and rear) bearing The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation.
AGC launched sales of its UV Verre Premium™ series in 2010, a front door glass reportedly with an approximately 99% UV reduction performance. In 2013, AGC earned The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation for the UV Verre Premium series and LAMISAFE™ front windshield, and these products are being used as anti-UV measures for driver and front passenger seats in about 50 automobile models around the world. In November 2015, AGC brought these products’ functionality to the rear door and rear window glass with the launch of UV Verre Premium Privashield. With this achievement, according to the company, it is able to offer the first automobile interior spaces enclosed in all directions by automotive glass bearing The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation.
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