Medical & Safety

Medical and safety anti-fog coating and film applications range from safety eyewear to medical devices and equipment to enhance optical clarity, durability, and improve personal safety.

Substrates

  • Glass: laminated, safety, security, tempered bullet proof and tinted
  • Plastics: polycarbonate and acrylic substrates

Applications

  • Automotive and transit, armored and security vehicle windshields, windows, and doors.
  • Medical electronic display panels and devices, surgical camera equipment, cardiovascular stints and vascular implant devices.
  • Protective safety eyewear devices such as eye glasses, face shields, masks, goggles, and visors.

Features

  • Exceptional optical clarity.
  • Hydrophilic and hydrophobic, maximizing visual clarity.
  • Highly durable, abrasion, scratch, chemical, impact, and UV resistance.

Benefits, Anti-Fog Value Proposition

Environment and Safety Compliance

  • EN 166:2001-N Mark-Resistance to fogging.
  • EN 166:2001-K Mark-Resistance to surface damage by fine particles.
  • EN 166:2001 Clause: 7.1.5.2. Resistance to Ultraviolet radiation.
  • REACH compliant coating.

Anti-Fog Improves Visual Clarity and Physical Impact

Additional Anti-Fog Benefits include:

  • Climate control, eliminating steam in hot and humid conditions, and frost and fog in cold temperatures to enhance visibility.
  • Enhanced safety, reducing the occurrence of shattering glass, the film renders the surface shatterproof containing shattered glass fragments upon impact.
  • Optically clear, will not fog under extreme conditions to maximize visual safety while driving and performing occupational activities where stem, and frost are present.
  • Tintable and mirror and anti-reflective coating compatible.
  • Warranted for five (5) years, permanent anti-fog performance will not wear off, even after repeated cleaning.