Ultrasonic Glass Coating Systems
Ultrasonic Glass Coating Systems are capable of spraying very thin layers of anti-stain and other protective materials on glass of any width without dripping and rebound. In addition, ultrasonic spray systems offer unique advantages over traditional vacuum deposition when spraying nanosuspensions such as transparent conductive oxides. With the development of the glass industry, including the chemical composition of conductive coatings such as TCO and electrophoresis on glass panels, Cheersonic will continue to provide innovative ultrasonic coating solutions to manufacturers around the world. Our ultrasonic spray technology offers unique advantages in coating a uniform coating of liquid suspensions containing functional nanoparticles.
Float Glass Coating
Float glass antifouling coating prevents corrosion
The ultrasonic spray system applies a uniform nano-scale antifouling coating (such as a water-soluble organic acid solution (usually malic acid, maleic acid, adipic acid)) to the float glass in an anti-floating process to prevent corrosion. An acidic film coating of the polymer matrix is deposited onto the glass to prevent stain formation during transport and storage of the glass. Ultrasonic spraying is an alternative to powder coating or pressure spraying, and has significant advantages over other spraying methods. The most important is non-blocking and overspray.
Thin Film Functional Glass Coatings
Ultrasonic spraying of functional glass coatings (e.g., transparent conductive oxide coatings) has significant advantages over other coating methods. Ultrasonic nozzles are particularly suitable for spraying suspensions with electroactive particles, which are uniformly dispersed in the suspension to produce excellent electrical properties.
Ultrasonic spray equipment has been proven to spray ITO and other chemicals, such as nano-solutions, in the manufacture of smart or electrochromic glass. As the energy efficient glass market continues to evolve, Cheersonic assists manufacturers in developing new coating processes. The ultrasonic nozzle does not use pressure to atomize the liquid, so that the nanomaterial can be sprayed evenly onto the glass without excessive spraying or dripping. Ultrasonic spray equipment has a long life and repeatable, non-clogging performance.
Solar Glass Coating
Cheersonic develops and manufactures ultrasonic atomizing spray systems for the preparation of uniform films for thin film solar cells. Ultrasonic spraying is an economical alternative to CVD and sputtering equipment, providing functional coatings that are as efficient as vapor deposition systems, while vapor deposition systems are much more costly and complex. The effective material used for ultrasonic spraying is twice as high as the CVD process.
Ultrasonic lens coating systems apply functional and aesthetic lens coatings to eyeglasses or other lenses. The system can be sprayed with anti-fingerprint coating, hard or scratch resistant coating (SRC), anti-glare coating, anti-fog coating, anti-fouling coating, UV-resistant coating, hue (electrochromic) and photoresist Apply to glasses or sunglasses lenses. Ultrasonic coating systems are known for their precise film coating and low raw material use, replacing traditional coating techniques such as dipping and spin coating to reduce waste and minimize overspray.
Ultrasonic Nozzle Advantages:
• Environmentally friendly spraying
• Material consumption reduced by up to 80%
• The spray results are consistent
• Ability to spray nanomaterials
• Minimal repair and downtime
• Highly uniform nano film
• Precision, non-clogging ultrasonic spray technology is proven in solar glass manufacturing processes
• Precise control of coating thickness
Ultrasonic Spray For Glass Coating Applications Including:
• Transparent conductive oxide
• Apply an anti-acid solution to the float glass
• Scratch resistant
• Carbon nanotube film
• Optical coating
• Electrochromic coating
• Photochromic coatings
• oleophobic (anti-fingerprint) coating
• Protective polymer coating on float glass