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New Panel Graphic Coating lamination department

September 19th, 2014 | The Technology Team

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Following a refurbishment over the Summer,

Panel Graphic are proud to present our new streamlined Coating lamination department

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Acrylic

March 20th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Acrylic: Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is a transparent thermoplastic, often used as a light or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. Chemically, it is the synthetic polymer of methyl methacrylate. The material was developed in 1928 in various laboratories, and was first brought to market in 1933 by Rohm and Haas Company, under the trademark Plexiglas. It has since been sold under many different names. PMMA is an economical alternative to polycarbonate (PC) when extreme strength is not necessary. It is often preferred because of its moderate properties, easy handling and processing but behaves in a brittle manner when loaded, especially under an impact force, and is more prone to scratching compared to glass, Acrylic Glass – Poly(methyl methacrylate).

Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display (AMLCD)

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Active-matrix liquid crystal display. These are the most popular type of monitors on the market today however there are many different active matrix displays and each display is associated with a specific physical display resolution, Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display.

Anti

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

‘Anti’ is a word that is commonly used within the electronic display industry, please look for your specific terminology within our technology centre. We have listed a few examples: * Anti Finger Print / * Anti Glare / * Anti Newton / * Anti Reflective / * Anti Abrasion / * Anti Fog / * Anti Graffiti / * Anti Mist / * Anti Reflection / * Anti Scratch / * Anti Smudge / * Anti Static.

Anti Abrasion

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

An Anti Abrasion or scratch-resistant coating is applied to plastic display surfaces, The coating does not interfere with how the surface function and does not affect vision, although an anti-abrasion coating is not 100% scratch-proof, it helps to prevent minor scratches that can easily happen to a regular display.

Anti Fingerprint (AFP)

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Anti-finger print. A wide range of uses will benefit from an Anti-fingerprint surface treatment including applications such as: electronic display screens (e.g., liquid crystal displays, CRT displays, plasma displays, projection TVs), consumer appliances, Surfaces that are routinely subjected to touch are commonly stained with fingerprints, skin oil, sweat, and cosmetics when used. Once the surface is contaminated, the stains are not easily removed, or cleaning materials are needed. Dirt and fingerprints on surfaces that have an anti-reflective coating are very sensitive to surface contamination and can be easily cleaned.

Anti Fog

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Optiguard™AF coating can be applied to the rear surface of a display screen to prevent any Fog / Mist / Moisture vapour forming on the rear surface which can greatly reduce visibility of the display. Optiguard™AF is an Industry 1st transparent ‘UV Cured’ Anti-mist / Anti-fog, Abrasion resistant coating designed to provide an extremely effective, non-fogging surface to polycarbonate and other plastics, including Acrylic. Optiguard™AF exhibits superior, non-fogging properties under extreme environmental use. Optiguard AF™ can be applied by spray method to plastic sheets, display windows, light lenses, and any moulded device front screen. It has a hard surface, offering a permanent solution to misting or fogging. For a pdf copy of the technical data specifications please email: info@displaywindows.com.

Anti Glare

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Anti-glare coatings are designed to cut down on the amount of light that reflects off a display. Reflected light or glare is very fatiguing to the eyes and reduces the contrast, colours and sharpness of the display. For example an anti-glare screen makes viewing a display more pleasant, reduces eyestrain, and sharpens the picture. An anti-glare screen is standard on most LCD monitors, this type of anti-glare screen works by using the rough ‘matte surface’ of the display to scatter light, rather than allowing it to reflect off a smooth surface.

Anti Graffiti

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Optiguard™ Anti-graffiti – a Specially developed coating to repel inks, paints and other forms of fluids to protect electronic display screens from graffiti contamination, Optiguard™ also has additional abrasion resistance properties, http://www.displaywindows.com/pdfs/Specialist_Optiguard_Coatings-2.pdf.

Anti Mist

February 11th, 2014 | The Technology Team

Optiguard™AF coating can be applied to the rear surface of a display screen to prevent any Mist / Fog / Moisture vapour forming on the rear surface which can greatly reduce visibility of the display. Optiguard™AF is an Industry 1st transparent ‘UV Cured’ Anti-mist / Anti-fog, Abrasion resistant coating designed to provide an extremely effective, non-fogging surface to polycarbonate and other plastics, including Acrylic. Optiguard™AF exhibits superior, non-fogging properties under extreme environmental use. Optiguard AF™ can be applied by spray method to plastic sheets, display windows, light lenses, and any moulded device front screen. It has a hard surface, offering a permanent solution to misting or fogging. For a pdf copy of the technical data specifications please email: info@displaywindows.com.

 
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