Our optical products include precision optical elements as well as optical testers and tools. SEI Optical Department has two decades experience of designing and manufacturing optical coatings. Our optical laboratory, equipped with modern facilities and precise equipment, is designed for testing and measuring all characteristics of optical components and coatings.
LED Laminated Glass is a laminated glass united with light wirelessly. Transparent circuit boards supply power to light emitting diodes (LED) embedded on conductive base glass.
Fire resistant glasses are specifically designed to provide consistently high levels of protection against fire together with the full range of properties traditionally associated with glass. In fact this type of glass provides not only built in safety for escape or firefighter access, but also protection against the spread of fire and limitation of fire damage.
IGP Electrical Heating Glass is a heat able laminated glass that can be applied either on windscreens or backlights and even in the most extreme conditions allows clear and undistorted vision. The main difference regarding ordinary laminated glazing consists of almost invisible heat able micro wire filaments embedded on the PVB interlayer film. An electrical current is then passed through these micro wires to achieve the mist and ice free effect.
Deposition of nano thickness layers accomplishes with an especially material on different surfaces of organic and mineral glasses, polymers and metallic substrates and so on by coating machine with magnetron sputtering method that can create different properties with minimum thickness on the substrate.
IGP bullet proof glass provides high level security glazing with a defined resistance against the firing of specified weapons and ammunition from handguns to armor piercing rifle. IGP bullet proof glass is a composite of asymmetrical glass clad polycarbonate sheet. This glazing is specially designed to absorb both the impact and the enormous energy of a projectile, and to contain it within the glass panel.
Increasingly, glass for buildings needs to perform several functions not only providing a means to see outside and allow light into the building, but often several other functions as well. In most situations glass has to provide insulation to keep heat in, but the increasing use of glass in structures demands that glass will also keep excessive heat from the sun out of the building, particularly now that our summers are getting warmer. The glass may also be a structural component, and possibly providing protection against terrorists or intruders.
IGP aircraft transparencies consist of several glass panes that are bonded together by polymer (PU) interlayer. Tempered or chemically reinforced glass used in cockpit windows to withstand various mechanical and thermal stresses and bird impact. De-icing and demisting windows are provided by connection of heating elements (transparent conductive coating and wire-grids) and sensor through plugs, terminal blocks or cables.