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Glass Substrates Meet Stringent Requirements

Post Time:Nov 05,2013Classify:Industry NewsView:312

China Glass NetworkPrecision Glass & Optics offers a variety of in-stock glass substrates, including the robust Schott Supremax 33, a rolled sheet borosilicate glass used for applications that require low thermal expansion, high thermal resistance and low density (12% lighter than soda lime glass). Other in-stock substrates include BK-7; Corning 0211; Corning Eagle 2000 XG; Corning ULE; Glaverbel float; OCLI front surface mirror; Pilkington Optiwhite; PPG Starphire; Schott’s AF-37, AF-45, and B-270; fused silica; fused quartz, and more. The company’s in-house glass inventory allows it to deliver finished optics quickly. Many optics are available for shipping within 48 hr. By implementing finely tuned manufacturing processes with three large coating chambers (up to 72”), the company’s engineering staff is able to provide on-demand optical fabrication services and high-volume production to meet or surpass customers’ most stringent requirements. Precision Glass & Optics www.pgo.com, 714-540-0126

Source: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/product-releaseAuthor: shangyi

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