Special uv filter glasses for tanning beds
SCHOTT Advanced Optics offers a broad range of different filter types for defined UV transmittance. A combination of clear and blue UV filter types enables us to offer customer-specific solutions.
NEW UG2A is available now
The UG2A glass is as a succession glass for M-UG 2 and can be ordered regularly.
The following glasses are discontinued and no longer suitable for new designs. However, these types of products can be sold on a regular basis as long as stock is available.
Blue filter glasses: M-UG-6, M-UG 2, UVISOL® 95
Clear filter glasses: type 316, Soladur, type 320, filter 322, filter 324, filter 326
Heat-reflecting glass: URO H9
The glasses KG3 and KG5 are suitable alternatives to the heat-reflecting glass URO H9.
UG 2A, a special filter glas, is a deep dark violet tinted silicate glass. Its main feature is defined UV transmittance and excellent absorption in the visible and IR region. UG2A is polished on a customer-specific thickness. M-UG 6
The M-UG 6 is a dark violet tinted silicate glass. Its main features are extremely high UV-B transmittance and excellent absorption in the visible and IR region. M-UG 2
M-UG 2, a special filter glass, is a deep dark violet tinted silicate glass. Its main features are defined UV transmittance and excellent absorption in the visible and IR region. UVISOL® 95
The special filter glass UVISOL®
95 is a blue violet tinted silicate glass. Its main features are defined high transmittance in the UV-A range and very low transmittance in the UV-B range. Clear filter glasses
Transparent filter glasses have defined edge wavelengths and extremely narrow edge wavelength tolerances.
All values refer to nominal thickness or defined edge wavelength and room temperature for untempered and unsolarized conditions.
Spectral transmittance refers to defined edge wavelengths, untempered, unsolarized and measured at 23 °C.