Innovative Technology, Incredible Performance

Rayno’s Phantom series is the world’s first carbon ceramic
film developed with a patented formula that exceeds
competitor standards for optimal film performance. Nano-
scaled carbon particles provide top notch color stability
without sacrificing clarity, while nano-encapsulated
ceramic particles give lasting durability and outstanding
heat rejection.

In short - it’s the perfect combination film to give you
enhanced privacy and protection from the harmful UVA
and UVB sun rays while safeguarding your car’s interior
and increasing your car’s performance.

Car Window Tint – Nano Carbon Ceramic Technology

In the search for true innovation, Rayno created a solution that produced innovative results to the automotive window film industry. We found the perfect formula to blend the unique, positive qualities of both carbon and ceramic window tint films, while developing new techniques to tackle their shortcomings. They say two is better than one, and in our case, it’s much, much better.


Carbon particles are large, dense and strong – resulting in carbon window films with low discoloration rates and high durability for your vehicle. However, carbon’s large size causes entering light to reflect and bounce between the particles, causing glare and haze.

Nano Carbon Ceramic

The Phantom Nano Carbon Ceramic window film uses innovative technology to equip your car with all the advantages of both carbon and ceramic window tints. By reducing carbon particles down to nano scale, we’ve reduced the haze caused on car windows, while retaining its incredible durability. By encapsulating high purity ceramic particles, we’ve further enhanced color stability while maintaining high visibility. Rayno Phantom is an innovative product with improved visibility and durability with higher color stability and heat rejection compared to other automotive window film on the market.


The natural properties of ceramic particles allow ceramic window tint films to have higher clarity and heat rejection than carbon films. However, ceramic also oxidizes quickly, fading the film to that unattractive purple color quicker than carbon films.

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