Maxitint QLD will not tint any darker than T35 on heavy equipment or mining equipment there are too many High Safety risks as a result.
There is no benefit of going darker than T35 window film it only becomes a health and safety hazard. The heat and UV protection barely changes as the film gets darker, going darker sacrifices visibility significantly which may lead to serious injury or death. Spotters guiding the operator cannot see the any of the operators facial recognitions or acknowledgment of instruction. Vehicles and fellow work mates on site will also be exposed to this safety risk.
Operators and personnel on the ground need to be able to have acknowledgment of each other’s instructions / directions from all angles of vision.
People and cars have been flattened in this industry by heavy equipment in the past as a result of poor vision. If a machine has film any darker than T35, dark shaded work environments are hard to see in hence creating a dangerous work place.
T35 is the safe responsible tinting recognised by all regulating transport Authorities Australia wide.
Maxitint QLD will only support responsible safety practices by limiting the darkness to T35 on all panes of glass in earthmoving equipment. This has always been the safe standard so as not to obstruct vision.
We at Maxitint have been promoting all the wonderful benefits of responsible window tinting throughout the heavy equipment industry for 28yrs and it has become a widely accepted health and safety product in QLD.