Anti-reflective surface

Light reflections on glass surfaces obstruct the view on capacitive touch screens and keypads. Thanks to special processing, optical or chemical anti-glare treatment can provide a clear view of the input functions.

Optical anti-reflection

In this case, a clear, invisible layer is vacuum-metalized. Such glass is used in shopping windows, for example. As the next processing step, the surface is sealed. Therefore, this type of glass cannot be chemically strengthened.

Chemical anti-reflection

With this method, the glass surface is etched chemically providing a textured surface and, therefore, a defined diffusion of light. Light reflections are almost completely eliminated.