Magic Glass

Sandwiched between two outer layers of conventional glazing sits a liquid crystal polymer membrane that can be activated by remote control or turned on (opaque) and off (see through) via conventional light switches.
Such shifts in opacity mean the same surface can serve as a window, partition, privacy screen or projection surface. Prefabricated with the synthetic core in place, units can be safely brought to and installed on residential or commercial building sites with ease.This type of glass is considered as magic glass because the distortion of the glass can be controlled through an on and off switch. Gold plus produces magic glass of the highest quality in their world class production installation. Also, their experienced employees and researchers take a key part in the production process.
The unique feature that provides its unique nature is, a liquid crystal polymer membrane sits in a sandwiched position with two outer layers of conventional glazing. The membrane can be activated or deactivated with the use of electricity. When the designated switch is turned on the glass becomes opaque and while the switch is in off mode the glass acts as a see through.
So, the surface of the glass can be used as a partition, privacy screen, projection surface and window. As the core is made of synthetic material. The installation procedure of the glass is also easy, whether it is commercial or residential. The unparalleled facility at Gold plus makes the company a leading contender for the magic glass industry.
Clear, Bronze, Gray, Green Tint
Annealed, Heat Strengthened, Tempered, Heat Soak
Interior (8mm) or (11mm) Door (14m)
Up to (1.524 mm x 3.200 mm)
Any shape, Including Holes Anywhere
Storage -20oC to 70oC, Operation -10oC to 60oC
Driving Voltage 65+- % Volts A.C., Current less than 20 mA/ft2, Power 0.5 Watt/ft2
Approx. 100 Milliseconds at Room Temperature
Transmission approx. 75%, View angle approx. 150º, Scattering effectiveness approx. 1 inch
Greater than 10 years (indoors), Claim is supported by manufacturer’s testing data