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Glass which is using a wet-chemical coating procedure (Sol-Gel Dip Coating Process). This procedure is ideal for an efficient coating of large flat or slightly curved surfaces and tubes
Thicknesses 1,1; 1,75; 2,0; 2,75; 3,3; +/- 0,2 mm Standard 3,3 +/- 0,2 mm
Sheets max. dimension
Brut 1150,0 mm x 850,0 mm
Coated glasses during a sol-gel process distinguish themselves by high stability and practical value. Corresponding to that they can be processed with many usual methods of glass-processing. The following instructions are to be taken into account.
Basically to be considered: As the thickness of the applied layers or packages of layers is very low (0,05 µm up to 1 µm), basically a negative effect or even destruction by mechanical powers is possible. Therefore during every processing the highest attention must be paid to cleanliness. The effect of abrasive agents like grinding dust, splinters of glass, or sharp-edged parts of metal on the coated surfaces must by all means be avoided.
Solubility, resistant to water, weak leaches and acids, alcohol and alcoholic solvents, glass cleaner
Temperature stability depends on the substrate
When frequently used at temperatures higher than 550ºC, some filter models can get clouding of layer.
Non-abrasiveness according to MIL-C 48497, moderate conditions, only modest stability against abrasive agents, e.g. bathroom cleaner with polish.
Adhesive stability according to MIL-C 48497 (scotch tape test)
Damp-proof according to MIL-C 48497, 50ºC, 95 % rel. dampness, 24 hours
According to DIN 3140, part 10 50/10 x 1,0 referring to a surface of 100 x 100 mm
flaws < 0,25 mm are ignored