GroGlass Artglass™ - Products That Keep Art Beautiful!

Date: 22 September 2010
Source: GroGlass
Framing glass for museums, collectibles, and works on paperArtglass by GroGlass sets a new industry standard in framing glass.

State-of-the-art technology allows Artglass to have the lowest visible light reflection, precisely tuned for unparalleled clarity and color correctness.
Artglass is ideal for framing graphics, watercolors, and photographs; as well as ultra-transparent displays for three-dimensional works of art, archival documents, collectibles and other valuables.
Designed especially for the art display industry
A magnetron-sputtered, anti-reflective coating virtually eliminates all reflections of visible light, making Artglass appear invisible and providing an unobstructed view of valuable objects displayed behind glass. Designed especially for the art-display industry, it incorporates several significant features:
Reflection free
Most neutral reflected color in the industry
True color transparency and superior clarity of image
Several levels of UV protection—70%, 92% and up to 100%
Highest coating durability, suited for outdoor applications
Easy to clean

600450 GroGlass Artglass™ - Products That Keep Art Beautiful!
Date: 22 September 2010
Source: GroGlass

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