Published: 12 September 2017
Displays which have been optically bonded using our VacuBond
method are proven to significantly reduce the risk of glass breakage when vandalised. A customer of our US subsidiary Apollo had their optically bonded TFT display
vandalised and it was subject to extremely severe impact. Although the display frame was bent as a result of this and the bonding was de-laminated, the glass remained unchipped!
Our VacuBond optical bonding
process uses an OptαGel
to connect the TFT to a protective glass, closing any air gap. There are many advantages to the optical bonding process including:
- Improved readability as light refraction is reduced
- Increases resistance to vibrations/shock
- Zero contamination of dust/dirt
- Improved heat dissipation
All VacuBond optical bonding takes place in a clean room environment and we can bond displays up to a size of 32”.
For more information on this please contact us on 01634 672 755