Abrisa Technologies Datasheets for Glass Materials

Glass materials have a random, liquid-like (non-crystalline) molecular structure. They are excellent thermal insulators and electrical insulators, and have high dielectric strength. At ordinary temperatures, glass materials are relatively strong, inert, biologically inactive, and corrosion resistant. 
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Description: Anti-glare glass breaks up incident light reflected images, allowing the user to focus on the display image versus the reflected images. Unlike anti-reflective (AR) coated or untreated surfaces, anti-glare...
Description: Low Emissivity (Low-E) glass provides excellent performance in situations where temperature separation is desired. Low-E is used to help meet energy efficiency requirements by blocking UV light and providing...
Description: SCHOTT Supremax® Rolled Borosilicate is almost identical in its properties to Borofloat® 33, it has slightly lower surface quality due to the rolled process. It is a versatile borosilicate...
Description: Soda lime glass is the most prevalent type of glass and is prepared by melting the raw materials, such as soda, lime, silica, alumina, and small quantities of fining...
Description: Weld shield is a leaded glass specifically designed for welding masks and other eye protection equipment. The glass blocks out harmful ultraviolet light and can cause “arc eye”. It...
Description Abrisa Technologies offers a number of patterned glass products and hexagon louvers for diffusion and light control. These products can be fabricated into virtually any shape, and can be...
Product Description Heat Absorbing Float Glass (HAFG) provides superior performance in reducing solar heat gain while maintaining desirable high visible light transmission. The light blue/green color subdues brightness while providing...
Abrisa non-glare glass breaks up incident light re-flected images), allowing the user to focus on the display image instead of reflected images. Unlike anti-reflection coated or untreated surfaces, non-glare does...
Abrisa Technologies now offers PRO-HC-VIS1, a protective anti-abrasion hard coat clear glass coating option for high traffic contact scanner applications which delivers up to 40X more linear taber abrasion resistance...
Abrisa Technologies now provides “Dynamic” Deadfront Interface Panel Glass solutions that afford equipment designers greater flexibility in achieving the overall clean lines and sleek uncluttered aesthetics they seek. When backlit,...
Abrisa Technologies offers an expanded range of standard stock non-glare (NG), anti-reflection (AR) and anti-reflection coated non-glare (NG/AR) glass and custom solutions, ready to be fabricated to your exact specifications.
Abrisa Technologies offers Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC) EN-A 1 material, a highly transmissive, alkali-free thin boro-aluminosilicate glass that is ideal for highly sensitive bio-photo detection applications, high through­put sensor applications...
Abrisa Technologies, a US based company, distributes and fabricates SCHOTT ROBAX®, a highly transparent glass-ceramic with virtually zero thermal expansion. IR heat-reflective coatings can be applied to ROBAX® panels, providing...
Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC) Dragontrail™ is innovative High Ion-Exchange (HIE™) aluminosilicate glass with superior strength, scratch resistance and a beautiful surface finish that is made by applying a proprietary chemical...
CLEAR GLASSES - Thickness Range Soda-Lime* .02” – 1” ClearView™* 1/8“ – 3/4” Borofloat® (Pyrex®)* 1/6“ – 2”
Corning's New Gorilla® Glass 3 with Native Damage Resistance™ - is an alkali-aluminosilica te thin sheet glass that is better able to survive the real-world events that most commonly cause...
Description: Laminated glass is created by layering two or more pieces of glass together with a transpassive interlayer, such as PVB (polyvinyl butyral). When broken the interlayer holds the glass...
DESCRIPTION Glass Type - Alkaline Earth Boro-Aluminnosilicat e Forms Available - Fusion drawn Sheet Principle Uses - Substrates for Active Matrix flat panel displays
Heat Absorbing Float Glass (HAFG) provides superior performance in reducing solar heat gain while maintain-ing desirable high visible light transmission. The light blue/green color subdues brightness while providing the highest...
High Ion-Exchange (HIE™) aluminosilicate glass is a strong, lightweight, colorless and flexible glass that achieves high levels of damage resistance for scratch, break, impact and shock combined with good optical...
Hot Mirrors are designed to remove (reflect) infrared heat in an optical system and transmit visible energy. The HM-VS-1150 Hot Mirror, formerly known as Hot Mirror #102, design has been...
Most light sources produce more heat (infrared energy) than light. By placing a hot mirror in the beam path the infrared (heat) energy can be reflected away and the visible...
Our best grade Hot Mirror formerly known as Hot Mirror #101. For applications where extreme infrared heat and damaging U.V. radiation are of concern; the U.V. Hot Mirror is an...
Schott AS 87 eco is an ultra-thin aluminosilicate glass with extremely high levels of bending and impact strength and superior scratch resistance. It is an excellent choice for use as...
SCHOTT Duran® is general-purpose borosilicate glass tubing. Duran®has identical chemical and thermal properties as Schott’s Borofloat®33, as it is made from the same material. Duran’s high resistance to chemicals and...
Structure White Flashed Opal Glass consists of a colorless base glass which serves as a carrier material and a thin white flashed layer. White Flashed Opal Glass is manufactured with...
The front surface of the enhanced aluminum mirror coating reflects an average of 93% over the visible spectrum (450-650nm). Back surface reflective aluminum coatings are also available. Metal mirror coatings...
The protected gold mirror coating reflects an average of 97% over the spectrum (700-2000nm). This coating can also be used for IR wavelength bands 3-5nm and 8-12nm. Metal mirror coatings...
This design is very standard and often uses for demanding telescope and other very high performance imaging applications. Reflectance may be specified for IR wavelengths. Metal mirror coatings are often...