High temperature coating of flat glass and glass lenses is conducted in a vacuum and involves the application of special coatings, such as anti-reflection.
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The lens coating process is undertaken in vacuum chambers, where heat transfer is achieved by a combination of radiation and conduction. The uniformity of temperature through the process is critical to the successful coating of the glass.
- Accurate product temperature data enables rapid process setup when introducing new products
- Optimize process settings to ensure uniform heating at all points of the chamber(s)
- Troubleshoot the process quickly and easily
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