Tempered Anti reflective Glass

(3 customer reviews)

Tempered anti-reflective glass is a durable, coated glass that combines the strength of tempered glass with an anti-reflective coating. It minimizes reflections and glare, making it ideal for applications like electronics, optical lenses, and architectural windows. This glass enhances visibility, reduces eye strain, and provides both durability and optical clarity.

  • Delivery Time: 10-40 days(the exact time depends on destination country)
  • Departure Port: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, Xiamen, Guangzhou(or other ports based on customer requirements)
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Description

Tempered anti-reflective glass is a high-quality glass that has been specially treated to be both tempered and anti-reflective. Tempering is a process of heating and cooling the glass to increase its strength and durability, making it less prone to breakage and shattering. Anti-reflective coating is a thin film applied to the glass that helps to reduce reflections and glare, allowing for clearer and more transparent viewing.Tempered anti-reflective glass is available in a variety of thicknesses and sizes to suit different needs and applications.

Parameter Value
Thickness Typically ranges from 4mm to 12mm
Size Customizable to fit specific requirements
Tolerance +/- 1mm
Hardness 7-8 on the Mohs scale
Light transmission Typically ranges from 93% to 98%

Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.

 

Aviation: Tempered anti-reflective glass is often used in aviation applications, such as cockpit displays and aircraft windows, to improve visibility and reduce glare.

Automotive: Tempered anti-reflective glass is also used in automotive applications, such as instrument panels and touchscreens, to enhance visibility and reduce glare.

 

 

 

Q: How is tempered anti-reflective glass made?

A: Tempered anti-reflective glass is made by first tempering the glass to increase its strength and durability. Then, an anti-reflective coating is applied to the glass to reduce reflections and improve visibility.

Q: Where is tempered anti-reflective glass typically used?

A: Tempered anti-reflective glass is commonly used in architectural applications, electronic displays, retail displays, medical equipment, aviation, and automotive applications.

Q: Is tempered anti-reflective glass more expensive than regular glass?

A: Yes, tempered anti-reflective glass is typically more expensive than regular glass due to the additional manufacturing processes and coatings used to make it.

3 reviews for Tempered Anti reflective Glass

  1. Errif

    Everyone loved them & the quality!

  2. Miki B

    They were well packaged and arrived quickly.

  3. Courtney

    It was very safely boxed too make sure nothing would break.

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