Protect your displays from vandalism using VacuBond

Published: 12 September 2017

Protect your displays from vandalism using VacuBond

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”.

Get in touch with us today to discuss your project requirements on +44(0)1480 411600 or email

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