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The glass coating process is carried out in a vacuum environment and is the process whereby a single or multi-layer functional film is applied to one or two glass surfaces. According to different glass characteristics and different function requirements, we offer a diverse array of coating films, including reflective film, semi-reflective film, transparent film, enhanced transparent film, anti-reflective film, and colored glass film.
Film materials available for customers to choose from include ITO, Al, Ge, Si, SiO2, Ni2O5, ITO, Ag, Cu, stainless steel and more.
Our film coating services are widely used in the production of cosmetic mirrors, reflective mirrors, crafted glass, LCD, touchscreen and specialty glass products.
Not only do we offer ITO coated glass, but we also offer an ITO coating service according to customer requirements.
ITO coating is a transparent and conductive coating composed of 90% In203 and 10% SnO2, which are the most widely used materials for ITO coating thanks to their excellent conductivity and optical transparency. Like other transparent films, with an increase in coating thickness, the transparency reduces. We balance conductivity and transparent properties to create an ideal ITO coating to effectively reduce glare and improve digital display sharpness which are the most widely used materials in ITO coating due to their good conductivity and optical transparency. Like other transparent films, with the increasing of coating thickness, the transparency of ITO coating reduces. We balance the conductivity and transparent property to create an ideal ITO coating which can effectively reduce the glare and improve the digital display sharpness while providing an electrically conductive surface. ITO coatings work in environments with temperatures as high as 1400℃
ITO coatings are commonly applied to touch screens, flat panel displays, plasma displays, and LCD monitors such as TN, STH and HTN types.
ITO glass for LCD screens is a specially made glass. It coats a silica barrier layer to effectively inhibit sodium ion diffusion and increase both quality and durability of ITO coated glass slides. Glass is polished before undergoing an ITO coating to ensure a more even display control.
Reflective coating is a thin layer composed of metal and metal oxide. It is applied to transparent and colored glass, and features a variety of metallic colors, including silver, gold, and bronze. A reflective coating reduces the heat gains to a specific degree depending on the coating layer thickness, reflectivity, and coated position. Reflective coated glass features a reflective mirrored appearance from an external view, while the view inside the glass is transparent.
Building glass, decorative glass, etc.
Coating the glass with an anti-reflective coating on either a single or both sides effectively increases the transmission, brightness, and reduces glare. Through an anti-reflective coated glass, users receive an enhanced contrast and are able to view text and pictures more clearly.
The anti-reflective coating helps reduce multiple reflections and eliminates ghost images. This coating can be used in cooperation with other coatings, such as an antifouling coating to minimize fingerprint adhesion.
Color coated glass features fun colors and a gorgeous appearance, as well as an excellent sight blocking effect. Color coating in a single or multiple layer is composed of metal and metal oxide, so that when viewed from different angles, color coating features a perceived color difference.
Decorative surfaces, lighting, craft projects
- Dust & dirt repellent layer provides clear visibility
Glass surface coated with an even protective layer that shields against dust & stains.
- Rain Washes Dirt Away
Water drop lets spread to form a “sheet” that picks up dust and dirt, washing it from the glass. Let nature do your work for you!
- Water based fluid-applied ceramic insulation coating formulated for tropical climates
Elastic and incorporating with insulating ceramic beads to reflect heat rays and dissipate heat to the atmosphere almost instantaneously.