How does Inflector work?

Since the inflector does not or hardly heat up, there is no heat conduction, so there is no or hardly any convection in the space concerned.

The convection therefore remains limited to the interspace between the glass and the Inflector material, and therefore does not affect the air conditioning, which thereby succeeds in keeping the temperature in the room stable with much less power.

And all this while you can still enjoy daylight.

In areas with extreme sunshine and therefore a lot of heat, the need for cooling energy is enormous. This in fact also applies to us during very sunny days. The solar radiation penetrates the glass and heats the interior space. The solar radiation also heats the glass, which creates heat conduction. The solar heat gain depends on the type of glazing in your home.

Eg. when you feel with your hand on the inside of a window or a window film, you feel the warmth. This heat moves to the cooler air that is present in your room or generated by the air conditioning system. This results in convection, in which an air flow is produced by heated air rising on one side, while cooled air on the other side decreases. This thus creates a constantly moving air circulation, which means that the air conditioning system has to work harder and harder in order to keep the room temperature constant.

The Inflector prevents the solar radiation from entering the room by reflecting it back out of the window, as well as the UV radiation and the solar heat gain.

Inflector therefore serves as a heat shield.