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The V-KOOL® Intellis serves as a reference to facilitate film type selection and should by no means represent a guarantee of actual energy and cost savings. For more accurate fenestration analysis, please contact our V-KOOL authorized franchisee or representative.

The Fuel & CO2 Audit is built based on a simplified model with the followings:
- utilizing the findings achieved from the Desert Test conducted on July 2000 by Southwall Technologies Inc., Visteon Corporation and the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and proportionally adapted across the different film types, and
- the annual carbon absorption by a tree is 12 kilogram, according to United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).