20914 Bake Pkwy, Suite 106
Lake Forest, California 
92630  USA

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A division of American Computer Optics, Inc.

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HYDROPHOBIC COATING

Highly durable

No one likes dealing with dirt, especially when the dirt is around expensive equipment and machinery. Our hydrophobic coating can be added on top of the OptiClear Anti Reflective glass coatings. The coating is highly durable and does not change the optical efficiency of the glass. Cleaning the window is significantly easier and can be done using a non-abrasive cloth. If there is any remaining dirt, use isopropyl alcohol mixed with deionized water to get rid of any “tougher” dirt.

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HYDROPHOBIC DIFFERENCE

Low Maintenance Trouble Free Cleaning

Port window glass deserves your utmost care and attention. If you are in the field of digital projection, you know that clarity and brightness are paramount to deliver the best viewing experience to your audience. No matter how state-of-the-art your equipment is, there is no way it can project the clearest possible image with grime all over the surface of the glass.
Of course, cleaning is important, but not all types of projection glass have the right coating to make wiping off the accumulation of dirt a breeze while protecting the surface.. As digital projection systems are a major investment, it only makes sense to have an advanced coating technology that preserves the beauty and helps extend the service life of your port window glass.

Our OptiClear hydrophobic coating can be added on top of the Anti-reflective coating for easy cleaning. The hydrophobic coating bonds with the glass to minimize oil & dirt’s effect on light reflection and transmission. Cleaning the projection viewport is significantly easier with the hydrophobic coating applied. The coating is highly durable and does not change to the optical efficiency of the glass.