The Isuzu MUX is the popular wagon option to the very capable DMax. Offering a very comfortable and capable offroad and touring vehicle.
Keep the heat out in summer.
Nine layers of material ensure excellent insulation, reducing air-conditioning costs and eliminating damage to your vehicle’s interior caused by the powerful rays of the sun. See our technical page for more on how it works.
Keep the warmth in during cold nights
While Solarscreen’s insulation will prevent heat from entering your vehicle, it will also prevent heat from leaving your vehicle during the cold winter months.
Made to the exact shape of every window
Solarscreens are made using templates from each window – if we don’t have your vehicle’s templates already in our library we will custom make the screens from your template. We will provide a template kit with everything required to create accurate templates.
Easy to put up and pull down
Solarscreens are attached to the glass using a series of suction discs. Our discs are manufactured exclusively for their effectiveness (no falling off every five minutes), and also their durability in high temperatures. By using suction discs to attach each screen to the glass we are able to keep the screen flush to the glass optimising the insulation. Attachment this way also enables you to open and close doors without removing your screens.
Nine layers of insulation work together to absorb sound as well as provide insulation from the heat and cold.
Block out light
Solarscreens insulating effectiveness is achieved by blocking the path of light waves (both visible light waves and invisible heat waves). This means that no more light will come in through your windows – no more waking up with the first morning light!
Prevent 80% condensation
Solarscreens’ composition includes three layers of closed cell anti-condensate material. By preventing the warm air from meeting the glass, Solarscreen’s insulation eliminates 80% of condensation – no more drips!
Strong storage bag
Solarscreens are supplied with a heavy-duty 210 denier nylon storage bag for compact and convenient storage while not in use. When rolled into the bag, an average cab set (three windows) is approximately 20cm in diameter.
52 × 27 × 21 cm
MUX 2013-2020, MUX 2021+
Cargo Set, Touring Set
The light from the sun is in the form of waves, both visible and invisible. We see the visible waves of light and we feel the invisible waves of heat, also called infrared radiation. We know another invisible wave, ultraviolet radiation or UV, causes skin damage. This UV radiation also causes damage to the interior of your motor vehicle. Solarscreens are made of a unique, patented material that works to minimise the damage done to your vehicle by blocking the path of these waves (both visible and invisible) and minimises heat transfer to and from your vehicle.
During the day, the shiny silver reinforced mylar coating on the outside of Solarscreens reflects UV radiation and light waves, preventing them from entering the Solarscreen and your vehicle. Inside the material, multiple layers of mylar and polyethylene insulation prevent heat waves (infrared) from passing through the Solarscreen. And because Solarscreens are custom made to fit your windows, no light will enter your vehicle. All of this prevents sun damage to your vehicle interior, and keeps it cool as well!
At night, Solarscreens insulate you in the warm interior of your vehicle from the sometimes much colder exterior. The multiple layers of mylar and polyethylene insulation prevent heat from passing through the Solarscreen. The inside layer of Solarscreens is an anti-condensate PVC film eliminating 80% of condensation – no more drips!
So how do they work? By stopping light waves. Here’s how: All three types of light – visible, infrared (heat) and ultraviolet – are in the form of a wave with varying wavelengths, depending on the type of light, like this:
If a material is dense or reflective, light waves cannot penetrate its surface. For example, if you were to hold a piece of paper up to the sun, some visible light would pass through it, as would UV and infrared radiation. But if you hold a sheet of mylar up to the sun, no visible light would pass through it, nor would much UV or infrared radiation. That’s why mylar (the major part of Solarscreens) makes a good insulative material because it is reflective, dense and lightweight. Any UV and infrared radiation that does pass through the initial layer of reflective mylar is much weaker than initially, and so further layers of mylar and polyethylene foam prevent these waves from passing through the Solarscreen.