With 30 years of pioneering inventions, we have developed an unrivalled range of see-through graphic products suitable for all locations.

  • Stratford Station Building Wrap

    Contra Vision® Perforated Window Film™ for Printing

    The Contra Vision® Perforated Window Film range is comprehensive and by far the largest on the market, enabling the production of see-through graphics with different levels of transparency, for application on the inside or outside of a window, with or without a ‘back-light’ effect at night. It is printable by digital inkjet, solvent, UV-cure and latex, and screen printing equipment.

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  • Saab Causeway XR

    Non-Perforated Window Film

    Printed lines, dots or hexagons on self-adhesive non-perforated (non-PVC) film gives an improved appearance. It also provides more design, see-through and one-way product options. Suitable for quality interior design with up to a 5 year life, fleet branding and Point of Purchase advertising.

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  • The UN Plaza With Gold Contra Vision Crop

    Contra Vision® Laminated Glass™

    Contra Vision® Printed Interlayers™ for laminated glass are suitable for architectural applications requiring the highest durability and performance. The graphics are printed as a dot pattern onto a clear polyester film using our patented Contra Vision® XR™ technology. All that can be seen from the inside is a pattern of tiny black dots which are hardly noticeable.

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    Laminated Glass
  • Squash Court In Toughned Glass

    Contra Vision® XR Ceramic™

    White or decoratively coloured dots can be printed in exact registration (without any overlap to the naked eye) on top of black dots with Contra Vision® XR Ceramic™. A simple white on black dot pattern adds solar control, privacy and manifestation to the outside of glass while maintaining a remarkable level of through-vision from inside.

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Product Features

We have developed an extensive range of products with a choice of options to enhance any application.

Contra Vision® Perforated Window Film™ for Printing Non-Perforated Window Film Contra Vision® Laminated Glass™ Contra Vision® XR Ceramic™
Short Term (0-1 year) Yes Yes No No
Medium Term (0-3 years) Yes Yes No No
Permanent application No No Yes Yes
Non-PVC No Yes Yes Yes
Re-usable/low-tac Yes No No No
Inside Window Application Yes Yes No No
Design Options
No graphics Yes Yes Yes Yes
Plain colour metalic inks No Yes Yes Yes
One-way see-through graphics Yes Yes Yes Yes
Two sided see-through graphics Yes Yes Yes No
Selective blocking No Yes Yes No
Range of transparencies Yes Yes Yes Yes

Contra Vision® XR™

Contra Vision® XR™ products are the ultimate in high quality see-through graphics, ideal for corporate branding, privacy and security installations. Our patented technology ensures exact registration of printed see-through graphics on transparent non-perforated window films.

Key benefits include:

  • exact registration means that the layers of black, white and coloured inks, which are used to construct the see-through graphics, have no overlap to the naked eye, this ensures the image looks the best and the see-through performance is wonderful
  • see-through graphics are more robust compared with perforated window films, there are no holes to trap water and dirt
  • the screen printed inks have a high light fastness which means they do not fade quickly
  • a range of metallic inks are available for the architecture market
  • available in different transparency levels and “print patterns” including dots and hexagons.
  • non-PVC

How it works

The see-through graphics are printed onto non-perforated clear materials such as a polyester self-adhesive film. Typically, a first layer of black is applied in a “print pattern” of lines, dots or hexagons. A second layer of white is applied using the same print pattern with exact registration. A third layer of colour can also be applied to add a graphic or image.

When looking at the side with graphics, the eye is drawn to the printed colours because they reflect more light than passes through the gaps in the ink patterns. From the other side, the view through the film is dominant because the black layer absorbs light.