Sputtering is the process of depositing a thin uniform coating onto a substrate. During the process, a target surface is bombarded with an ionized gas. Metallic atoms are ejected from the target and deposited on the substrate for coating. As a result, sputtering film has superb clarity and high IR ray rejection.
About our Sputtering Film
In standard metallic sputtering, an inert gas (e.g. Argon) is ionized to be bombarded against a target surface. As a reaction, there exists no chemical reaction between the gas and the target particles, creating a coating on the substrate with a composition similar to that of the target material. In a reactive sputtering process, however, at least one reactive gas (e.g. Oxygen or Nitrogen) is added. The influence of this gas is not only limited to participation in the effective sputtering process on the target surface, but also extends to chemical reaction with target particles forming a compound layer on the substrate.
The demand for this relatively new, thin film deposition technique is rapidly growing. A large number of applications (e.g. electrical insulation, anti reflection, transparent conductors, thermal reflection, optical filters, etc.) in important industrial fields (e.g. advanced display, architectural, automotive, optical, microelectronics, etc.) are increasingly relying on the advanced properties of thin metal oxide and nitride films. Accurate tuning of stoichiometry, high purity and well-controlled uniformity give reactive sputtering the leading edge for advanced and future thin film applications.
- PSA Type Aggressive Adhesive
- Anti-Oxidation Coat
- Guaranteed not to bubble, peel or separate from the glass
- High IR ray rejection.
- Exceptionally clear
- Colour Stability Guaranteed
- Minimizes glare from the sun during the day
(Lifetime – Residential, 15 Years – Commercial) product warranty that includes replacement film and labour
|SPU-CC25||SPU-CC 35||SPU-CC 50||SPU-BR 25|
|Visible Light Transmission (%)||19||36||45||22|
|Visible Light Reflection (%)||30||19||14||35|
|Total Solar Energy Transmission (%)||19||38||43||12|
|Total Solar Energy Reflection (%)||22||21||17||47|
|Total Solar Energy Absorbed (%)||59||45||40||41|
|Ultra-Violet Ray Rejection (%)||99||99||99||99|
|IR Ray Rejection (%)||68||60||42||72|
|Total Solar Energy Rejection (%)||60||56||46||74|
|Heat Transmission (W/m2K)||5.7||5.7||6.0||5.77|