Anti-Glare Polycarbonate Sheet

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Anti-Glare Polycarbonate Sheet

Excelite’s anti-glare polycarbonate sheet has a permanent non-glare coating, which has a much finer surface to maintain high image quality and more clearer while effectively reducing glare. Advances in technology have allowed for anti-glare screens that strike a balance between image quality and glare reduction, and high light transmission.

An “anti-glare” sheet refers to a technology or treatment applied to surfaces, such as screens, lenses, or transparent materials like polycarbonate sheets or Perspex sheets, aimed at minimizing glare or reflections caused by direct light. This technology involves the application of coatings or treatments to surfaces to either diffuse or absorb light. It enhance visibility and reducing eye strain, especially in bright lighting conditions.

What types of Anti glare sheets?

There are different types of non-glare sheet available, use different methods to achieve the desired results. Matte anti-glare Perspex features a slightly textured surface that disperses light, reducing glare. Another treatment is a glossy anti-glare coating on top of perspex sheet. It combines non glare feature with a glossy finish to maintain image sharpness while minimizing reflections.

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    The Difference of Matte and Anti-Glare

    Matte and anti-glare are both aim to reduce glare and reflections. They are in different techniques.

    An anti-glare display typically utilizes a coating that diffuses reflections, making it easier to view the screen in bright conditions and improving overall visibility.

    Matte displays have a textured surface that scatters light, reducing glare and reflections. However, the slightly grainy texture of matte displays can impact the clarity compared to glossy or anti-glare perspex.

    Non-glare screen
    Anti glare screen

    Key Differences between Anti-glare and Anti-reflection

    • Type of Reflection: Anti-glare sheet focuses on reducing direct light reflections (glare), while anti-reflection sheet deals with minimizing reflections at the interface between different materials.
    • Surface Texture: Anti-glare coatings often involve a slightly textured surface to disperse light, while anti-reflection has a glossy surface.
    • Applications: Anti-glare is commonly found in displays and screens, where direct light can cause glare. Anti-reflection is more prevalent in optical applications, such as lenses and eyeglasses, where the focus is on improving visual clarity.

    Applications of Non-Glare Plexi Glass

    Our anti-glare poly are the perfect solution for a diverse range of applications. Their high impact resistance and optical clarity with anti-glare properties, make them the go-to choice for numerous industries:

    • Art Exhibitions
    • Outdoor TV/LCD Screens
    • Automobile Control Panels
    • Signage and POP Displays
    • Retail Posters and Picture Framing
    • PC/Laptop Screens
    • Display Cases and Cabinets
    • Screen Guards:
    • Machine Display/Control Panels
    • Capacitive/Resistive Touchscreens
    • Solar Panels
    Anti-Glare Polycarbonate Sheet

    Features of Non glare polycarbonate:

    • Durability (250 times Stronger than glass)
    • UV protection
    • Comfort and Clarity of vision both improved
    • Abrasion and Scratch Resistant
    • Improved day and night vision
    • Incredible impact resistance
    • Optical Clarity: Anti-glare polycarbonate is often used in eyeglasses and other optical products. It reduces glare, improving image clarity and contrast, and offers UV protection for the eyes.
    • Shock Wave Resistance: This material stands up well to shock waves, making it highly durable in various conditions.
    • Heat Tolerance: Designed to maintain its integrity under extreme heat, this material is built for longevity.
    • Flame Resistance: Offers superior resistance to flames, adding an extra layer of safety.
    • High Light Transmission: Achieves 91% light transmission for single-sided coated items and 95% for double-sided coated products.
    • Enhanced Clarity: Provides a crisper, clearer image for a superior viewing experience.
    • Reduced Eye Strain: The minimized glare makes it more comfortable for extended viewing of displays.
    • High-Definition Viewing: Improved color contrast and image resolution allow for high-definition viewing in various lighting conditions
    Car Navigation anti glare screen

    How Does Anti-glare sheet Work?


    • Tensile Strength: Rated as Good, indicating reliable tensile durability.
    • Impact Strength: Rated as Excellent, showcasing superior resistance to impact.
    • Plastic Hardness: Classified as Hard, denoting a high level of material rigidity.
    • UV Tolerance: Not UV tolerant, requiring additional UV protection for outdoor use.

    Spotlights of AR Polycarbonate

    • Super Matte Finish: Offers a refined, matte surface for aesthetic appeal.
    • Wear Resistance: Exhibits superior resistance to wear, extending its lifespan.
    • Impact Resistance: Provides enhanced protection against impacts.
    • Scratch Resistance: Improved resistance to scratches adds to its durability.
    • Convenience: Simplified maintenance, easier fabrication, and a variety of thickness options make this material highly convenient to use.
    How does AR work

    What’s AR(anti-reflection) coating And How does non reflective plexiglass work?

    AR Coating technology is using the principle of optical interference to sink one or more layer Nanoscale grade medicinal coating on the surface of sheet making the screen much more clarity by improve the light transmittance and reduce the light reflection.

    Coated medicinal materials: Generally, high and low refractive index oxide materials are used for coating, the common AR herbs such as TiO2, Ti3O5, MgF2, SiO2…

    Anti-Glare Sheet Application

    Car GPS screen

    Car GPS Screen

    Anti-Glare plexiglass for car GPS screen protector, optional come with Fingerprint proof and Abrasion resistant.

    Anti-glare Screens protectors

    Anti-glare Screens Protectors

    Smartphones, tablets, laptops, and monitors, these screen protectors are specially designed protective films that reduce glare and reflections on electronic device screens.

    Non-glare sheet used for outdoor display, TV enclosures that offers weatherproof protection for digital signage, displays, or TVS.

    Public Transport anti-glare pc screens

    Public Transport Information screens

    Non glare LCD screens, metro LCD screen, signage and remote terminal displays, safety screens.

    Polycarbonate anti glare Touch Screen

    Touch Screen

    Touch screen, digital signage display, Transparent Touch Screens, Touch Screen Kiosk,Touch Table, outdoor display.

    ATM anti glare Screen display

    ATM Screen Display

    Anti-glare ATM Screen display, ATM machine screen, ATM sun visor, POS system.


    Most frequent questions and answers

    It’s Polycarbonate sheet with one side permanent Anti-glare coating. This coating is abrasion resistant and scratch resistant.

    Excelite Non-Glare Plexiglass achieves its anti-glare effect through the application of a special non-glare coating on the surface of the plexiglass sheet. Non-glare coatings are designed to reduce glare and reflections caused by direct light sources.

    While anti-glare screens offer benefits such as reduced reflections and improved visibility, they also come with some disadvantages. Here are a few potential drawbacks of anti-glare screens:

    • Reduced Clarity: The matte or textured surface used in anti-glare coatings can impact the clarity of the display. Some users may notice a slight reduction in image sharpness and light transmission compared to glossy or standard screens.
    • Visible Texture: The micro-texture applied to the Anti-glare screen might be noticeable, especially when viewed up close. This can result in a slightly grainy appearance, affecting the overall visual experience.
    • Cost: Devices or screens with anti-glare coating might be more expensive than standard or glossy displays. The additional coating and manufacturing processes can contribute to higher production costs.

    The terms “anti-glare” and “anti-reflection” are related but distinct. Anti-glare sheets focus on reducing direct light reflections, typically using textured coatings to scatter light and minimize glare. On the other hand, anti-reflection sheets aim to decrease reflections at material interfaces, enhancing optical clarity through thin films that minimize light reflection. While both technologies improve visibility, anti-glare is tailored for reducing glare from direct light sources, while anti-reflection is more concerned with minimizing reflections between different media, such as air and the sheet’s surface.

    An anti-glare screen is worth it if you frequently encounter glare issues in bright environments, use your device outdoors, or prefer a matte appearance. However, consider potential drawbacks, such as a slight reduction in display clarity and the additional cost compared to standard glossy screens.

    Yes, anti-glare screen protectors are designed to reduce reflections and glare, making screens more readable in bright environments. They work by using special coatings or films to scatter light and minimize glare, providing an effective solution for improving visibility.

    Ultra-clear screens prioritize maximum clarity and vivid visuals, while anti-glare screens reduce reflections and glare in bright conditions, sacrificing a bit of clarity for improved visibility.

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