ITO coating provides a conductive and transparent surface which allows UV rays and visible light to pass through – perfect for use in microscopy slides
A transparent conductive oxide can be deposited onto a surface providing a clear coating which is electronically conductive.
Touch screen technology is utilised in many different working environments, from factories, hospitals and science laboratories, and much more.
Low reflective glass in museums provides an optimal viewing experience with little to no reflection for the viewer.
The resistive touchscreen typically has a coating of Indium Tin Oxide on one or both inner sides of each layer which carries an electric charge.
As a thin film coating, Indium Tin Oxide can be applied to various substrates including plastics and glass, making the substrate conductive.
Reflections can be unwanted and potentially dangerous, so the question ‘Can you have an anti reflective coating’ is a valid one – the good news is, yes you can.
Indium coating on glass allows the glass to conduct electricity… Impressive? We think so. Let us show you how ITO glass has changed the World we live in.
Using our specially developed anti reflection (AR) coating, we can supply as either a roll of film or in sheet form.
At Diamond Coatings we offer a range of coatings including hard coatings for polycarbonates and acrylics.