Cinema Glass in The UK The next time you are in a cinema and about to enjoy a movie, think of us. There is a good chance that we have a very small role to play in enhancing your cinematic experience. Every cinema in the UK uses fire rated cinema projector glass portals to project […]
Polycarbonate ITO Sputtering Based in Halesowen, Diamond Coatings produce a large variety of products including ITO coatings and Anti-reflective coatings on glass or plastic and polycarbonates. We have a state of the art magnetron sputtering plant on site. We also manufacture mesh windows, monolithic RFI shielding filters on plastic or glass, capacitive or resistive touchscreens […]
Anti-Reflection coatings on plastic provide enhanced optical performance by reducing reflection and glare which gives a clear, sharp image under a range of lighting conditions.
We use ITO in the production of our touch screens due to its superior optical transparency and electrical conductivity.
Anti-reflective coatings on plastics have a host of practical applications such as glare reduction on eyeglasses, computer monitors and smart-phone display when outdoors.
At Diamond Coatings, we produce high quality ITO glass for a range of applications.
Copper tape is used for electromagnetic shielding to seal gaps on RFI sensitive enclosures and can be used to fix & seal ITO coated windows into their apertures. There are other uses of course, but two quite surprising applications spring to mind.
Conductive paint contains nanoparticles of metal such as copper or silver or malleable soft metals that are highly conductive or will support a higher current transmission, within a solvent-based liquid. The nanoparticles are thin to maintain the wetting and binding feature quality of regular paint.
ITO glass is manufactured by depositing indium tin oxide in variable proportions onto the surface of numerous glass substrates.
ITO Glass is a prominent material used in research and industry, due to its high optical transparency and a broad range of uses.
Charley Boorman, best known for his travel show “Long Way Round” with Ewan McGregor has spoken in the past of his love for biking around Africa. When the pandemic hit the area, Charley felt obliged to contact Diamond Coatings regarding a school in a small township on the edge of Cape Town.