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Advanced Coatings for Large-Area or High-Volume Products

The International Conference on Coatings on Glass and Plastics

June 12-16, 2016 Conference Center Braunschweig Germany

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ISRA VISION offers the perfect inspection and monitoring technology for accurate detection and classification of defects in glass and coated surfaces along the entire production process. Due to their flexibility, ISRA systems can be used both inline in the float process as well as in the off-line coating processes. They cover any shape and size even at highest speeds. The technology is capable of inspecting a wide variety of coatings produced on the same lines. Amongst them are Low-E, sun-protection, anti-reflective or reflective coatings.

With the multi-view combi-mode technology, a combination of multiple optical channels in one system, core defects or bottom defects are reliably identified even on high reflective coated glass without missing potential surface defects. Smallest coating defects and color irregularities as well as color patterns are reliably detected from different perspectives - both on washed and unwashed glass. The inspection systems also integrate detection features for large area defects even with low signal contrast. Homogeneity, color variation or color angle shift can now be controlled without influence of smaller defects.

The product portfolio offered by ISRA VISION includes innovative technology solutions for a complete quality inspection of glass. Major glass manufacturers worldwide rely on ISRA’s proven and innovative solutions. They are given the tools they need to not only improve the quality of their product, but also boost the process efficiency in production. The system layouts are specifically adapted to the requirements of glass types such as float glass, automotive glass, processed glass and thin glass.

Albert-Einstein-Allee 36-40 45699 Herten Germany www.isravision.com

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