Anti-reflective glass is also known as AR glass. Its primary function is to reduce or eliminate the reflected light on the glass surface and improve the light transmittance of the glass. The principle is to coat the surface of the glass with multiple optical films to cancel the interference of the reflected light so that the glass has an excellent visual perspective effect. Thus, when observing an object through glass, the impact of reflected glare can be eliminated to the greatest extent, making the thing look clearer and fuller in color.
How to make it?
Anti-reflection glass uses immersion plating to form anti-reflection coatings on the two surfaces of the glass. As a result, it dramatically reduces the reflection on the glass surface compared with the original glass, and the transmittance will reach more than 98%.
- Thickness range: 3-19mm
- Maximum size: 5000mm*3300mm
- Reduce the reflection image, it looks like there is no glass, and the visual clarity is improved;
- Make items more realistic and colorful;
- All processing properties are the same as the original glass (tempered, hollow, laminated, etc.)
Where to use Anti-reflective glass?
The optical lens of camera microscopes uses early anti-reflection glass. At present, large-area use anti-reflective glass
- high-end display windows,
- museum display cabinet glass,
- airport tower glass,
- viewing hall glass,
- picture frame glass,
- solar photovoltaic glass,
- solar thermal glass,
and other fields that need to eliminate the effects of glass reflection and glare.