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DSI?s New High Temperature Dichroic Spectral Metal Coatings


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Deposition Sciences Inc
: 16 January, 2009  (New Product)
Highly durable, spectral metal coatings withstand temperatures up to 400°C
Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI), manufacturer of highly durable thin film optical coatings, has announced the newest addition to its dichroic hybrid spectral metal product line, High Temperature Spectral Metal. Coated onto thin stainless steel sheets via DSIís patented MicroDyn(r) sputtering technology, the innovative metal coating can withstand extremely high temperature ranges, up to 400 degrees C.

DSIís entire Spectral Metal product family, including the UV Spectral Metal (for UV curing and UV printing applications) is now available in this higher temperature version. The new coated stainless steel sheets, like the rest of DSIís Spectral Metal product family, can be cut and formed to specific sizes and various shapes, depending on customer requirements. The mounting features, such as slots, screw holes, and tabs can be formed into the mirror after the coating is applied. The sized mirrors can be formed into precise curves and cylinders with radii as small as 25 mm. These important features reduce the complexity and the cost of assembly into the finished product. With the ability to fabricate after coating, long trough reflectors for inline exposure systems can be created using multiple lengths of Spectral Metal. These long sheets are placed into a frame to hold their shape, permitting the fabrication of reflectors several meters in length.
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