E1590 Clear Thermic PE film – UVA thermal diffuser

Clear stabilized film with IR additives. The film contains special white pigment to reduce the light and heat transmission at day. The film contains also IR barrier to prevent heat escape at night. The film contains special UV stabilizers package with Sulfur resistance.

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Product: Clear Thermic PE film
Catalog Number: E1590
UV Resistance: 3 years at 160-180 KLy, 4 Years at 120 KLy
Thickness: 150-200 µ
Width: 1.0 – 12.0 m
Length: According to customer order


Property Test Method Units Value
Tensile Strength at break [MD] ASTM D-882 MPa. 27
Tensile Strength at break [TD] ASTM D-882 MPa. 27
Elongation at break [MD] ASTM D-882 % 500 min
Elongation at break [TD] ASTM D-882 % 500 min
Tear resistance [MD] ASTM D-1922 Kg./mm 8.50
Tear resistance [TD] ASTM D-1922 Kg./mm 12.5
Falling Dart Impact ASTM D-1709 gr. 1200
Total light transmission EN 13206 % 92
Light diffusion EN 13206 % 25
Thermicity EN 13206 % 80
UV blocking EN 13206 %/nm 95/350
Thickness average EN 13206 % ±5% on nominal
Thickness tolerance EN 13206 % ±15%


  • Exposure to chemicals: exposure of greenhouse films to severe chemical conditions has an adverse effect on the lifetime of the film. Avoid excessive use of agrochemicals such as pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers. Take measures to prevent direct contact of chemicals to the film. Ensure that metal structures are galvanized and are free from corrosion. When wooden structure parts are used, avoid contact of the film with resin, oil, petroleum or volatile preservatives. Prevent contact of the film with PVC accessories. Chemicals containing halogens, sulfur, copper, iron, are known to accelerate the degradation of greenhouse films. Specifically, if the following elements are found at levels higher than specified, the films are excluded from this warranty:
    First season: Sulfur:800ppm, Chlorine: 100ppm
    Second year: Sulfur: 1500ppm, Chlorine: 150ppm
    Third year: Sulfur: 2000ppm, Chlorine: 200ppm
    Iron: 50 ppm.
  • Overheating the film has an adverse effect on its lifetime. Hot air should be directed away from the film.
  • When gases are used to disinfect the soil, the treated soil must be covered with a film for a minimum of three weeks. After the film is removed, the greenhouse should be ventilated
Transmission of light


Light scattering




Thermal additives




Chemical resistance




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