Abrisa Products

  1. IR Blocking Hot Mirror for Outdoor LCD Displays
    5/28/2009
    Abrisa Technologies introduces an Infrared (IR) Blocking Hot Mirror to protect liquid crystal displays (LCDs) from solar heat and radiation. The new infrared band filters minimize the amount of harmful solar radiation and reduces the temperature in outdoor-use LCD applications.
  2. Screen Printing Solutions from Abrisa Technologies
    3/20/2009
    Our screen printing department has made significant upgrades including the purchase of a new Ekra X4 fully automated printing system. Installed in our Class 100 Clean Room, Abrisa Technologies can easily maintain our high print-to-packaging cleanliness and efficiency standards. This new technology prints with an accuracy of +/- 15 µm @ 4 sigma, ensuring the highest level of precision printing up to 460 x 460 mm format.
  3. Infrared Optical Coating - IR-BBAR-8-12
    1/12/2006
    ZC&R Coatings for Optics introduces a new optical coating that operates in the infrared spectral region from 8.0 to 12.0 mm. IR-BBAR-8-12 is a thorium-free coating, making it ideal for military and commercial applications...
  4. Precision Thin Film Optical Coatings
    1/15/2004

    Abrisa Technologies’, ZC&R Coatings for Optics division provides high-efficiency coatings for industrial, commercial, and opto-electronic applications. These broad selection of coatings is applied via electron beam guns or ion-assisted deposition to influence and control reflection, absorbance, resistance, glare, and electrical activity.

  5. Beam Splitter Coatings
    1/15/2004
    Beam-Splitter (BS) is a term used to describe various coatings which divide a beam of light into multiple paths...
  6. Heat Control Coatings
    1/15/2004
    Heat control filters are a special type of dichroic filter used to remove unwanted energy from the light emitted by a source...
  7. Metal Coatings For Broadband Reflector Or Beamsplitter
    1/15/2004
    Metal coatings are often used in systems where a very broadband reflector or beamsplitter is needed. They can also be an excellent choice when an economical coating is especially important.
  8. Anti-Reflective (AR) Glass & Coatings
    1/15/2004

    Anti-reflective (AR) glass is created by bonding specially selected materials to the surface(s) of the glass. While uncoated Glass has a surface reflectivity of approximately 4% per surface, (AR) glass will have a reflection value less than un-coated, ranging down to 0.1% in some cases.