Industry-leading capacitive touch screen manufacturers Diamond Coatings Inc are principal touch screen suppliers to a diversity of global industries.
An indium tin oxide coating boasts excellent electrical and optical properties. But what exactly is an ITO coating and what are its applications?
Diamond Coatings Inc.’s Anti Reflective Coating Film is an extremely useful, highly cost-effective material choice for large digital display and signage applications.
Lighter than, yet comparable to glass when it comes to clarity/transparency, Diamond Coatings anti reflective polycarbonate offers excellent properties that make it the ideal substrate for an extensive range of applications across many different industries.
So, why are Diamox coatings the perfect solution for these and many other applications? This question can be quickly and easily answered by looking at the properties these coatings offer:
Comparable to glass in terms of transparency/clarity - yet much lighter - and combining high impact resistance with excellent flammability ratings, anti-reflective polycarbonate is the perfect material for a wide range of applications.
Due to its high transparency and conductivity being highly desirable for most optically critical and display products, ITO is now an integral feature of most sturdy capacitive touch solutions.
British physicist and winner of the 1904 Nobel Prize for Physics Lord Rayleigh (3rd Baron Rayleigh John William Strutt) discovered the first, simplest kind of AR coating in 1886, when tests he performed on tarnished old glass (at the time, chemical reactions between optical glass and the surrounding environment cause surfaces to tarnish) revealed – much to his surprise – that more light was transmitted by these tarnished pieces than by untarnished new glass.