Electronic materials and coating materials
Electronic materials and coating materials

Glass coatings and inks to provide coatings with variable reflectivity (high reflectivity, low reflectivity)

These products can be used to give high or low reflectivity to various types of displays and touch screens, contributing to their optical functionality.

By adjusting the refractive index of coatings and employing optical interference, these coatings contribute to optical functionally by enabling either high or low reflectivity.

MITSUBOSHI High-COLOR T, MITSUBOSHI High-COLORAR

Benefits

  • Screen printing and other types of wet deposition can be used to reduce cost.
  • As entirely inorganic films, these products offer superior hardness, abrasion resistance, weatherability and heat resistance.

Specifications

High reflectivity, low reflectivity

Coating method Screen printing and various other coating methods (adjust necessary film thickness)
Baking conditions 500-700°C, 10 minutes

Coating function

Evaluation item Evaluation method Evaluation result
Acid resistance 0.1 Provision 2-hour immersion in H2SO4 aqueous solution No peeling or change in color
Alkali resistance 0.1 Provision 2-hour immersion in NaOH aqueous solution No peeling or change in color
Resistance to high temperature and high humidity 85°C, 85%RH, 1000 hours No change
Haze Measurement on glass non-film-forming surface 1.0% or less
Film hardness Pencil hardness 7H
Adhesiveness Tape peeling 100/100

Example of use

High reflectivity
Head-up displays (HUDs)
Low reflectivity
Solar panels, displays, touch screens, showcases, transportation equipment, etc.

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