PPF in Full Focus
SEMA returns in full in fall 2021 after last year’s all-virtual ‘SEMA360,’ and paint protection film (PPF) is sure to shine. From stacked product lineups, training programs and cutting software, the industry will have plenty to showcase. The event’s health and safety plans are still in flux, but, at present time, the show was scheduled to be held November 2-5 in Las Vegas.
3M – Booth #33061, 50059, 81060
3M, Three Booths
3M Commercial Solutions Division will spotlight its new 3M™ Ceramic Coating at the 2021 show. The coating features a high-gloss, slick surface and offers a long-lasting protective finish for automotive paint, metal, plastic trim, wheels and glass, according to the company. The company will also focus on the launch of training dedicated to vehicle color change, which incorporates 3M™ Wrap Film Series 2080 and 3M™ Knifeless Tape.
Ceramic Pro – Booth #52147
KAVACA Comes to SEMA
Ceramic Pro is sure to hone in on its 2021 Kavaca PPF line-up at SEMA 2021. The company launched its Kavaca Instant Healing PPF in 2020. The film utilizes nanotechnology in the topcoat and adhesive, which permits the film to self-heal without direct application of heat, according to the company. Kavaca Matte, a translucent film that can transform any color into a matte finish, also launched last year.
Eastman Performance Films – Booth #52051
Eastman Performance Films will showcase LLumar® Valor PPF at SEMA. The film combines the features of PPF, the advantages of ceramic coating and its Tetrashield™ protective resin system technology, according to the company. SunTek® Reaction PPF, which incorporates the benefits of ceramic coating, will be highlighted as well.
The company will also demonstrate its cutting software to accompany its PPF products. The software includes an extensive library of tint and PPF patterns.
Global Window Films – Booth #54077
Global Window Films will display its PPF at SEMA. The film is manufactured in an ISO-9001:2015 certified facility and has several noteworthy features, according to the company. The product is super gloss, has a hydrophobic clear coat, is soft to stretch and self-heals.
Johnson Window Films – Booth #50083
JPP Joins SEMA
Johnson Window Films’ Paint Protection Film ( JPP) features a proprietary scratch-resistant, high-gloss, virtually self-healing topcoat on a six and eight mil transparent aliphatic polyurethane, according to the company. Th is topcoat is designed for application on painted vehicle surfaces and eliminates fine scratches over time. The product is available in 50-foot rolls in widths ranging from 12 to 60 inches.
Profilm – Booth #54159
Profilm offers a range of automotive window films—dyed extruded, carbon, and ceramics. The company launched an automotive window film with a Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER) performance of 62% on a 70% Visible Light Transmitted (VLT) film in 2021. Its new ProColor PPF range brings solid colors and subtle sparkles to its Ultra Clear Gloss products, according to the company.
Wintech Window Films – Booth #53095
Wintech PPF Advances
Wintech will head to SEMA with two new products and an additional upgrade. The company now offers Advanced X900 Nano Ceramic Film and X200 Nano Carbon Film. The company has also upgraded its Advance Paint Protection Solution paint protection film.
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