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The standard industry method of applying window film for decades, is 'Soap and Water'. Typically companies use Johnson’s baby shampoo which is designed for washing hair or they would use dishwashing soaps which are designed for washing dishes. These consumer products have ingredients that are problematic and have no business being between glass and window film.

C-Bond is designed to replace 'Soap and Water'  when applying window film, which will dramatically increase the structural strength and flexibility of the glass. 

Extreme Window Film Solutions™ is the only Authorized Dealer in Southern California for C-Bond Systems.

What is C-Bond?

C-Bond is a patented, non-toxic, water based ‘green’ nanotechnology window film application solution designed to significantly increase glass strength, enhance glass flexibility and increase the adhesion of window film to glass products.

C-Bond can be added as an upgrade to any of the Extreme Window Film Solutions™  Residential, Commercial, and Safety/Security film installations to increase the security performance of all types of glass. Ask for C-Bond exclusively at Extreme Window Film Solutions™

How Does C-Bond Work?

The C-Bond technology works as a “smart solution”. It enables ordinary glass to dissipate energy by identifying random microscopic defects that are a natural part of every glass surface. C-Bond then works to repair the identified surface imperfections that weaken the glass composite structure and ultimately act as failure initiators. C-Bond also improves the performance of window film products by significantly enhancing the adhesion of film-to-glass products, so that in case of impact, no large pieces will escape the immediate area of the glass surface resulting in serious laceration and/or life threatening injury. The C-Bond formula is engineered to always maintain original glass design integrity while increasing the performance properties of glass and window film products.

The Science Behind C-Bond

C-Bond was developed at Rice University, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Nanoscience research and home to the Smalley Institute of Nanoscale Science & Technology and is a direct result of nanotechnology engineering. C-Bond Systems partners and works with the most highly regarded specialty institutions and highly qualified subject matter experts in the glass, window film, and nanotechnology industries.

Research and Development

C-Bond is a multi-generational technology supported by 23 patents spanning core and strategic Nano-technology applications and processes. C-Bond has been tested by leading independent laboratories in accordance with government, industry and law enforcement standards and validated to significantly improve the performance properties of glass and window film products.

C-Bond for Residential Window Film

C-Bond for Commercial Window Film

Benefits of C-Bond I

  • Patented Nanotechnology Window Film Application Solution

  • Designed for use in ALL window film segments - Residential, Commercial, Safety/Security, and Decorative Films

  • Increases Glass Strength by up to 100%

  • Increases Glass Flexibility by up to 100%

  • Increases Film to Glass Adhesion by up to 100%

  • Reduces Film Cure Time by 75%

  • Reduces Probability of Spontaneous Glass Failure Induced by Thermal Stress 

Benefits of C-Bond II

  • Patented High Security Window Film System

  • The ONLY Film System to pass National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Level 1, Level 2 and UL 752 Ballistic Resistant Tests for Multiple Threat Environments

  • Blocks 99.9% of All Damaging UV Rays, and Rejects 80% of the Solar Heat and Reduces Energy Costs by up to 40%

  • The ULTIMATE in Glass Performance and Protection in Safety and Security Films

  • Powered by Patented Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Technology Application Solution

  • Reduces Film Cure Time by 75%

  • Reduces Probability of Spontaneous Glass Failure Induced by Thermal Stress 

Projects

Government

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  • Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)

  • National Institute of Justice (NIJ)

  • Houston Fire Department (HFD)

  • Galveston Emergency Operations Center

Airports
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
  • William P. Hobby International Airport (HOU)

Corporate

  • Bank of America

  • JPMorgan Chase

  • Disney
  • Halliburton
  • Holocaust Museum

  • Sims Metal Management

  • Unilev Management Corp.

  • Weingarten

Education
  • Highland Park ISD
  • Katy ISD
  • Cypress Fairbanks ISD
  • Fort Bend ISD
  • Lewisville ISD
  • Clear Creek ISD