We are all familiar with the reflections which can occur on glass surfaces. This can be a distraction not only in the case of store windows and display cabinets but also on glass surfaces which are used on a daily basis. Anti-reflective glass – such as GEWE®-pure vision – reduces the glare effect, delivering a clear, undistorted view, no matter whether you want to look into, through or onto a surface.
The production of anti-reflective glass is a complex process, only so it’s superior features can be enabled. GEWE®-pure vision offers col-our neutral transparency, weather resistance, and it is suitable for tempering and bending.
GEWE®-pure vision is an optical-interference anti-reflective glass with different oxide layers (normally titan oxide and silicium oxide) having a thickness between 50 nm up to 100 nm (total thickness of the layers about 250 nm) and applied by a magnetron vacuum sputtering process. This procedure causes a mutual superposition of the different light waves which reduces the irritating reflections. However, this effect depends from various influences and can vary strongly. The result of this coating is a reduction of reflection to only ~0.6 % compared to ~8 % reflection from normal uncoated glass.
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Multifunction without reflections
GEWE®-pure vision is also highly suitable as a multifunctional glass for various glass assemblies enabling combinations with modern heat protection glass, crystal-clear break-in protection, point-fixed glass facades or design-oriented safety glass (preferably UV-absorbing).
Today’s glass construction shows a great transparency and thus requires a more complex function for glazings. GEWE®-pure vision in combination with GEWE-composite® already combines the features of best design and highest safety for many urban applications.
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