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Specialist Glasses
First aviation authority approval of lightweight glass products for aircraft interiors
Specialist Glasses : 27 July, 2015
European Aviation Safety Agency issues a Supplemental Type Certificate for AeroGlass Mirror and AeroGlass Lens in a Falcon 900 business jet and a Production Organization Approval Certificate to company’s manufacturing facility in The Netherlands.
 
Light transmission improved on switchable solar control glass
Specialist Glasses : 31 October, 2012
At glasstec 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany, EControl-Glas introduced with EControl 55/12 its new generation of switchable solar control glazing. Daylight transmission when switching the electrochromic glass to a light shade has been noticeably increased.
 
Write speeds for phase-change memory shortened by pre-seeding
Specialist Glasses : 25 October, 2012
A pre-ordering technique devised at the University of Cambridge brings phase-change memory devices a step closer to commercialisation.
 
Amorphous chalcogenide glass used for cost-effective production of infrared lenses
Specialist Glasses : 14 August, 2012
If visibility is poor, thermal cameras can warn drivers of people or animals on the road. Yet such devices have been very expensive – until now. An important step has been taken to manufacture them more cheaply. A new process will make the infrared lenses – a component of such cameras – up to 70 percent cheaper.
 
Needle-like glass beams in natural sponge formation applied to glass production
Specialist Glasses : 16 January, 2009
A discovery at the bottom of the sea that could contribute to the development of unbreakable glass.
 
Polymer coating prevents glass fogging
Specialist Glasses : 16 January, 2009
Researchers have developed a new anti-fog glass coating that can transform water droplets into smooth transparent sheets of water. The coating can be used on everything from car windows, bathroom mirrors, eyeglasses, ski goggles, underwater masks, and inside car headlights to prevent fogging.
 
 
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