FLOATGLASS with rear side conductive coating

Surface resistance approx. 15 Ω/□, offering easy contacting.

Floatglas/L15 is float glass (soda-lime glass), made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten tin.This method gives the sheet uniform thickness and very flat, smooth surfaces. It is usually color neutral and highly transparent, but tints are possible, too. Float glass is characterized by great surface hardness but is very fragile and UV transmittant.
Floatglas/L15 features an additional conductive ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) coating on one surface with a surface resistance of approx. 15 Ω/□, accessible for contacting.

Applications: mainly used for all sorts of transparent covers, glazing, or as windows for electronic displays where EMI/RFI shielding is required.

Delivery: flat sheets in thicknesses from 1.1 mm; cut to size, also machined (drilled, seamed edges, dubbed corners) or with adhesive.