Overview

Non Reflective Glass making is a process in which either glass itself is altered or the surface is mechanically changed to prevent ordinary light reflection. This is done by a number of processes, some of which are performed as the glass is manufactured and others after the glass is created. Either process can provide sufficient glare reduction for better viewing of subjects behind the glass.

Feature

Non-reflective glass is processed to dull the surface of the glass, giving it a matte finish so that it is clear enough to see through but not as shiny and reflective as ordinary glass.

Applications

Eyeglasses
Picture frames
Store windows
Display cases
Photo Framing

Design how it’s meant to be.

With it’s own Advantages

The hotspots of light reflection on regular glass can be visual distractions for athletes and hunters, inhibiting their ability to focus properly on targets.

Especially good for those who work constantly on computers, magnifiers or microscopes where constant light reflection can cause eyes strain.

It also offers a softer, more muted light transference that is more comfortable for these types of activities.

For drivers, it provides better visual acuity for night driving because the reflection from oncoming headlights is reduced.