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Optical coating technology for tubular structures.

Deposition Sciences : 11 January, 2008  (New Product)
Infrared filtered coatings ideal for use in night vision applications and is now available for depositing on tubes.
Deposition Sciences announces the new Filter Coatings on Tubes, an innovation in coating technology. The newest capability is developed with special tooling and processes that permit coating the outside of tubes with durable and precision optical filters. DSI has successfully coated precision filters from the near ultraviolet to the infrared regions of the spectrum. Current capabilities allow DSI to coat tubes up to 45 cm in length and up to 7 cm nominal outside diameter.

Designed to withstand extreme heat, temperature fluctuations, high humidity and still offer long service life and unmatched stability, DSI's new filter coatings on tubes are rugged and reliable. Coated tubes are employed to trim the spectral output of light sources in applications such as sunlight simulation (both space-based and terrestrial), heat control, night vision compatibility, and narrow band wavelength rejection filters for process monitoring.

DSI's proprietary MicroDyn sputtering technology yields high performance, highly durable coatings. This advanced technology uniform coating is extremely stable over temperature and humidity changes, meeting the severe abrasion, adhesion, humidity, and salt fog tests of Mil-C-675 standards.
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