About LLumar Window Film
LLumar Window Film is manufactured by Eastman Chemical Company, a global specialty chemicals company founded by George Eastman of Eastman Kodak in 1920. Eastman produces a broad range of advanced materials and specialty chemicals that are found in thousands of household and industrial products that people use every day.
Eastman has one of the largest and most integrated window and performance-coated film manufacturing sites in the world, serving customers in nearly 100 countries around the world. The entrepreneurial initiative of Julius Hermes in 1956 was the historical cornerstone of the LLumar brand. Known as the father of dyed PET (polyethylene terephthalate) “the polyester now used in most window films” he was the right person, with the right product at the right time that moved the industry forward into the thriving business it is today.
The LLumar brand was established in the United States in 1977 and expanded into the global marketplace in 2001. Our product portfolio includes a complete line of automotive, architectural (commercial and residential), safety and security film, and decorative film. Every place glass is used represents an opportunity for enhancement with LLumar window film. Whether applied to automotive or architectural glass, high performance films enhance energy efficiency, comfort, aesthetics, safety, and security.
Quality you can count on
Proudly made in the U.S.A., high-performance LLumar brand window films helps protect and improve homes / residential, businesses and vehicle worldwide. Manufactured by Eastman Chemical Company, LLumar products are recognized for their outstanding appearance and durability.
LLumar is one of the best-selling and most-respected window films brands in the world. Top choice and best window tint brand in Singapore, Recommended window tint by architects and designers.
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