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Anti-reflective float glass

anti-reflection glassAnti-reflective Float glass is a product with a special coating that eliminates glare and protects against UV rays.

Additional thanks to the base of the clear float glass retains the painting or image behind the glass, natural color, brightness and sharpness.
The anti-reflective glass also contains an embedded scratch-free and wear-free coating that ensures durability.


Anti-reflective glass versus traditional
glass

Traditionally, glass has always been a reflection that people and objects behind the glass is not full shows. Anti-reflective glass has been developed against this unpleasant property, creating a whole range of possibilities.

Anti-reflective glass is characterized by high transparency, allowing people and objects behind the glass display optimally. The viewer is thus hardly bothered by the reflection of light and of the environment and the visibility of color and contrast are undisturbed.

Anti-reflective glass is produced with a transparent coating of metal under a vacuum condition is applied to the glass surface. The coating on both sides of the glass to make an anti-reflection you get.


Advantages of anti-reflective glass

  •     Less reflection: Ten times less reflective than normal glass and high transparency.
  •     Better representation: Optimal display of objects behind the glass: better contrast, sharpness and color reproduction.
  •     Strong and durable: the coating is highly resistant to damage and easy to maintain and clean.
  •     Saving: the excellent transparency of anti-reflective glass reduces the cost of artificial lighting, the coating acts as an insulator.


Applications for anti-reflective glass

Major applications of anti-reflective glass are:

  •     Showcases of museums and protection of paintings.
  •     Zoos and aquariums.
  •     Television Studios (avoiding reflections for cameras).
  •     Control towers, control - and control spaces.
  •     Partitions of supporters subjects in stands of sports stadiums.
  •     Signs' or billboards in train stations and airports.
  •     Partitions in hospitals, clean rooms and control rooms.
  •     Displays and display cases in stores.
  •     Translation and sound booths, such as conference rooms and recording studios.
  •     Glazed panoramic restaurants.
  •     Protect glass from ATMs.
  •     Control Cabs of machinery such as cranes, tractors and harvesters.
     

An ideal energy-saving glass combination

 
As of today it is possible to the HR low-energy coating in combination with anti-reflective glass, this allows an HR + + insulating glass energy saving feature and still be a reflection have <1% for 20 to 30 times lower than standard HR + + glazing.
 

Important when using anti-reflective glass



The reflection of anti-reflective glass is minimal (less than 1% for single glazing) but by provisions lighting, environmental and observation conditions still observable. This is manifested by a reddish reflection, depending on the viewing angle.

The external applications (such as shop windows) should always be viewed on a sample of large dimensions, that spot is put down.