Plasma coating processes at atmospheric pressure (free-jet plasma) can be used to apply thin inorganic coatings to transparent substrates such as glass or plastics, with the structure and effective refractive index of the layers being influenced by the coating process itself in such a way that a significant improvement in transmission behavior can be observed. The wettability of these coatings can be adjusted between hydrophobic and hydrophilic. The coatings are resistant to adhesion and abrasion.
Change in the transmission behavior of flat glass due to the applied coating
Change in the transmission behavior of flat glass due to the applied coating.
(r. example: thickness layers)