Anti-Reflective Glass

It is produced by applying a special coating on the low iron or flat glass to eliminate light reflection. Since there is no light reflection, it looks like there is no glass. It can go through glass processing applications. It can go through edging, tempering, laminating processes. Anti-reflective glass is used in many areas of our daily life.

For example; it is often used in optical glass surfaces, watches, car windows, mobile phones, machine lenses.

It is a solution that involves coating to reduce reflection. As the light approaching the glass surface travels in the air, it passes through the glass and continues to move. At the same time, it reflects on both surfaces of the glass.

This is the reason why we cannot see ourselves when we look at many ordinary reflective glass elements. We see 8% of reflections on flat glass while we do not see any on anti-reflective coated glass. In short, anti-reflective glass eliminates shining and unwanted mirror effect on glass.

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  • Dimensions

    It is supplied in various sizes as machine size.

  • Colors

    Available in 4, 6, 8, 10 mm thickness as single-glazing (both sides coated) ready to use Available in 4-5 mm thickness (one side coated) to be laminated

  • Usage areas

    It is widely used in architectural area especially in museums, shop windows and frames as it looks like there is no glass.

Anti-Reflective Glass



Anti-Reflective Glass

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