LLumar is Validated by a Variety of Respected Industry Associations
It’s one thing when we claim high levels of quality and performance for LLumar® products. It’s something else entirely when these claims are validated by independent labs in accordance with highly scrutinized, standardized testing methods.
We’re honored by the ratings and recognition we’ve earned from respected associations, and highly value the work they’re doing to support transparency in our industry. Discover the purpose of each professional organization we’re associated with below.
This Environmental Protection Agency program encourages outstanding energy efficiency, and has recognized Eastman with awards for many years.
A unified industry group and respected source of accurate technical information on window film products and uses.
The only international organization devoted solely to education, prevention, early detection, and prompt treatment of the world’s most common cancer.
This passion-driven trade association is a diverse group of businesses and individuals who make, buy, sell and use specialty parts and accessories to enhance vehicles.
The world's largest international association for facility management professionals, with members who manage more than 37 billion square feet of property worldwide.
A non-profit organization that administers the only uniform, independent rating and labeling system for the energy performance of windows, doors, skylights, and attachment products.
The leading professional association and industry voice for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners since 1857.
The leading professional organization for interior designers, with thousands of practicing members who have met rigorous acceptance standards to join.
A federation of international association that serves as a primary source of information on building management, including operating costs, energy consumption patterns and more.
A representative organization for companies involved in the manufacture of flat glass products and services, with a role in setting of new standards and regulations.
A global nonprofit trade association and cooperative forum for converters of metallized, laminated and coated flexible substrates and their suppliers.
Established in 2000 by major window film manufacturers, the EWFA brings together manufacturers and distributors to promote window film products and their performance.
This international organization supports government and industry development of standards for protective glazing products, measuring blast resistance, bullet resistance, and main force attack.
With a presence in 65 countries, this group’s mission is to help address the challenges arising from the interaction of man, technology and the environment.