Display Glass Overview
As the name suggests, these glass types are popular glasses for use in displays such as TFT’s (thin-film-transistors), LCD’s (liquid crystal displays) & OLED’s (organic light emitting diodes). Although their most common uses include flat displays, biochips, touch panels or sensors, mobile phones, or x-ray viewing equipment, they are also used in optical applications such as windows and thin wafers.
Display glass boasts excellent light transmission and low density. It is also known for high chemical resistance and a relatively low coefficient of thermal expansion, making it an optimal choice for a wide array of applications.
Based upon customer demand, Sydor Optics offers Display Glass made from the following substrate materials. Of course, if you don’t see a material you need, please contact a Sales Engineer, who will gladly discuss additional options that may be available.
Display GlassBorosilicate glass, also called display glass, offers a combination of excellent light transmission and impressive technical properties. Made of silicon oxide and boron oxide, display glass is easily laser- or CNC-machined. In addition to having excellent chemical resistance, the material possesses a low coefficient of thermal expansion, meaning that it can resist high temperatures without cracking.
- Corning EAGLE XG
- Pilkington Optiwhite
- SCHOTT B 270 i Ultra-White Glass
- SCHOTT BOROFLOAT 33
- SCHOTT D 263 T eco
- SCHOTT OPALIKA
- SCHOTT SUPREMAX 33