Guardian Glass introduces Guardian Sense™

Guardian Glass introduces Guardian Sense™, an anti-glare glass for digital display and touchscreen applications.
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Guardian Glass has launched a glass solution for digital touchscreen displays, which provides excellent anti-glare, anti-sparkling optics, combined with anti-fingerprint properties.

Guardian Sense™ acid-treated glass diffuses light reflections, reduces fingerprint marks and provides a high contrast and colour rendering, allowing the user to focus on what is displayed on the screen. These features, together with the soft touch provided by the treatment, offers a unique viewing experience for touchscreen users.

Today, providing digital content with interactive features is an important requirement, particularly in the latest 4K resolution displays. Guardian Sense provides a unique combination of performance features such as gloss, haze, clarity, anti-sparkling and anti-fingerprint for the ideal cover glass.

Guardian Sense is available in two versions, Guardian Sense 85 and Guardian Sense 60 (the numbers define their gloss rate), in thicknesses from 2mm to 8mm and with dimensions up to 2250mm x 1650mm.

Guardian Glass offers a comprehensive range of glass solutions for indoor and outdoor signage and displays. In addition to Guardian Sense the product range includes:

  • Guardian Clarity™ anti-reflective glass delivers an outstanding viewing experience. Suitable for any application where excessive reflection creates an obstruction, Guardian Clarity™ has the ability to combine function, strength and beauty by maximising visibility and minimising light reflection.
  • Guardian ThermaGuard™ NRG: heat treatable, low emissivity coated glass that helps digital signs and displays reduce the impact of large temperature fluctuations, whilst acting as an effective electromagnetic shield.
  • Guardian Dielectric Mirror: advanced glass coating technology for dual-function mirror/smart TV applications, framed TVs, hidden commercial displays and projection screens.

Selecting the right glass for digital signage, displays and touchscreen applications enhances the effectiveness of displays with glass surfaces. Guardian Glass works closely with manufacturers, systems integrators and designers of digital displays, providing glass solutions that achieve the ideal balance between glass performance and appearance.

Support and guidance are provided to help customers specify the right glass for their display based on the specific requirements of the application. Guardian can provide tailored glass solutions and can assist during glass processing to help achieve high quality and efficiency.

For more information on Guardian Glass solutions for digital signages, visit guardianglass.com.

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