The Heritage

1994 German Technology Partnership

In 1994, we embarked on this extensive research. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft was our technology partner. Taking its name from Joseph von Fraunhofer, the illustrious Munich researcher, inventor and entrepreneur, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is Germany’s leading organization of applied research.

1995 Founding of TiN

In 1995, the world’s first prototype of this new material for window film was born out of the German lab – Titanium Nitride Nano-Ceramic. This was the beginning of a new era.

1997 Hüper Optik Munich

1997 HUPER-Optik GmbH Vertrieb von optischen Produkten was set up in Munich to undertake the business of Hüper Optik.

1999 Successful Commercialization

1999, the pioneer batch of multi-layer nano-ceramic film was manufactured successfully by Southwall Technologies Inc.

2001 Nano-Ceramic Film Patent

In 2001, after 6 years of intensive research, hundreds of field tests, thousand pages of research papers finally culminated in the first patent in the world for advanced nano-ceramic window films.

2004 Bomb Blast Test

2004, Meister Keramische Technologie Shield 50 safety film meets Class 2 standard of bomb blast tests qualifying it for US government buildings bomb blast protection.

2007 Endorsements

In 2007, famed for its ultra durability and resilience to extreme environment, 500,000 sq ft of Nano-Ceramic films were outfitted on 23 cruise ships of the Royal Caribbean Cruise Liners. OEM car manufacturers and auto dealerships around the world endorse Hüper Optik as the official retrofit film for their vehicles.
In the architectural market, leading institutions choose Hüper Optik to enhance the solar performance of their glass.

2009 Launch of Ultimate Front Windshield Film

2009, Hüper Optik launched the ultimate front windscreen film a first of its kind. Ceramic 70 is manufactured using a proprietary deposition technology with patented ceramic composition.

2010 Ten Years of Meister Keramische Technologie

Hüper Optik global network celebrates its first 10 years of advanced nano-ceramic technology on 25-26 March 2010 at The Peninsula hotel, Shanghai, with over 100 visitors from more than 20 countries.
The event witnessed the launch of the all-new super heat reflecting film, Nano-Ceramic 05. The Hüper Optik concept car, the Meisterone was unveiled.

Hüper Optik Lounge

In the early 20th Century the use of glass was limited. Automobiles had less than 20 square feet of glass. Buildings had more bricks. Having a view was not a design consideration.

In the 50s, more glass was applied. The window coating industry evolved. It started with the application of liquid tint and developed into polyester-based dyed and metallised films.

We had a vision to find the new material that will revolutionalize the industry. No dyes, no metals. No technology of the yesteryears. But superb heat rejecting material that will rewrite the history of window film.

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TiN Meister Keramische Technologie

Meister Keramische Technologie – using multi-layers of Titanium Nitride, producing the world’s 1st advanced nano-ceramic window film, with 3 times more superior heat rejection, 4 times lower light reflectivity, 13 degrees Celsius cooler, and 25 times more durable. Having a performance that is not an exception but the norm.

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Tough For Life

Ceramic, a material as old as mankind, yet revolutionary in shaping our future. Today, advanced ceramic coating is used by race cars to reduce under bonnet temperatures. NASA has utilized the superior heat resistant qualities of advanced ceramics to protect its space shuttles from extremely high temperature when the shuttles re-enter our atmosphere.

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The Smarter Choice

Hüper Optik X3 Ceramic series are constructed with additional layers of Ceramic, where ordinary ceramic coatings commonly available in the market only have typically one layer.

The added layers allows the X3 Ceramic series to outperform single-ply ceramics by increasing Infra-Red heat rejection and durability properties whilst lowering Visible Light Reflectance (VLR) to levels unattained by conventional ceramics.

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