SEMA 2019 Coming To a Close

November 8th, 2019 by Emmariah Holcomb

A look at Wintech’s booth, which featured its carbon film.

Although this year’s four-day SEMA show is wrapping up, there are still more products to be seen and to learn about. Several of the exhibiting companies focused on bringing products that will better serve their customers and installers.

Wintech Window Film Technology focused on its new carbon films. According to Dennis Kim, a company representative, customers will get a very consistent amount of heat rejection when having the new X900 ceramic IR film or the X200 true carbon film series installed on their vehicles.

“We’ve found that carbon films are the main things consumers are looking for, they know what it provides and they want to have it. So many companies are featuring new carbon lines that it seems like it’s the bare minimum for consumer protection,” said Kim.

FM Co., Ltd. reps discussing the latest company offerings.

FM Co., Ltd.’s overseas sales general manager, Andy Son, mentioned the need for a 72-inch film and why the company decided to invest in producing it.

“There are so many benefits to having film at that size, with 72-inch film it can be cut by 2, making it 36 inches which can help reduce the amount of film loss on installations. That’s the main item we’ve been pushing at this year’s show, as many were asking about it in 2018,” said Son.

SolarFree showing off its new films.

SolarFree Window Film took a walk on the paint protection film side, as it introduced a new PPF at the show. Ryan Shin, general manager, mentioned the film has a 10-year warranty and is made with quality installations in mind. The company also began making films for vehicle headlights, which according to the company, is not dark enough to cause safety issues with visibility.

XSUN Window Films aims to be a “one stop shop” when it comes to the industry, as it had a little of everything on display in its booth.

“It seems like we always have a lot for show attendees to see and this year we have ceramics, carbon, HP, and our hybrid films for automotive and we have out higher end reflective residential films. What’s crazy is this is our first year debuting wraps. It seemed like a natural fit because we also make tools for installers too. We wanted to make our customers feel confident in sticking with us for all of their film needs,” said Analeyda Cordero, marketing manager.

XSUN showing several offerings at this year’s show.

Stay tuned to WindowFilmMag.com for more about the show as we continue our SEMA coverage. If you’re in Vegas for the show there’s still a little time to stop by our booth at 12714, we’d be happy to meet you.

 

 

 

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