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What Is Non Glare Glass

Apr 27, 2018

Non-glare glass is manufactured by acid etching one or two surfaces of the glass, providing uniform evenly diffused surfaces for high resolution applications. Non-glare glass disperses reflected light, allowing the user to focus on the transmitted image. Non-glare glass is available in several quality and etching levels: from picture frame quality to display quality, and from 60 to 130 gloss units.

Features of non-glare glass:

· Low reflection, high resolution, superior durability and anti-newton ring

· “Low-Sparkle” grade available for aviation display, military and other high tech display

· Can be heat tempered, laminated or chemical strengthened

· Does not become highly reflective as a result of oily fingerprints like anti-reflective coated glass or untreated surfaces

· For quality assurance, gloss values measured by Gardner Glossmaster 60º

· Available from 60 gloss to 130 gloss units

· Can be etched on one or both surfaces


Typical Applications:

·  Electronic Displays

·  Cover Screens – monitor face plates

·  LCD Displays

·  Computer Screens

·  Projection Monitors

·  Advertising Panels – outdoor electronic monitors & systems

·  Touch Screens

·  Medical Instrumentation

·  Ruggedized Displays