Agricultural & Machinery Tinting

Good looks are just the beginning with 3M™ Automotive Window Films...

Our business commenced tinting in 1979, and has been based in Cairns, Cooktown, Atherton and now Mareeba. After all these years we still have many returning clients from all over north Qld, and are now providing tinting services to their kids and grandkids. 

Agricultural & Machinery: 

We have been using 3M Colour Stable film since it's creation in the mid 90's due to the film being made with carbon. This means the tint will not fade or lose it's colour... just like an old tyre in the bush. There is also low reflection inside the cab which is important for the mining industry in particular.

Over the years we have tinted all sorts of machinery including large haulage trucks, excavators, tractors, bob-cats, prime movers, loaders and various farm machinery.


A bit of info about 3M...

The Color Stable Series incorporates a unique process for producing nano-carbon polyester. This revolutionary process allows for maximum heat rejection without a metal film layer which can interfere with radio and/or satellite signals. It also gives the film a stylish look with outstanding colour stability, so it never turns purple.

These darker shaded films are designed to reject solar heat that is produced from visible light. Improving comfort, protecting vehicle interiors and blocking UV rays are hallmarks of 3M™ Automotive Window Films. 3M was issued the first sun control window film patent in 1966, and our innovative window film products have helped provide protection from the sun's harmful UV rays for over 50 years.

NOTE: Auto tint laws vary by state or region. Please check your local laws or ask your preferred 3M installer for films that meet your local tint laws.

WARRANTY: Selecting 3M Window Films gives piece of mind. 3M have one of the most comprehensive warranties available; backed by a well known and well trusted company. 3M Window Films come with a limited lifetime warranty when professionally installed on your vehicle.