The coronavirus pandemic has been affecting the world and caused huge harm. Wearing a mask for a long time in public becomes mandatory. However, glasses fogging could be very irritating and frustrating. To overcome this problem, anti-fog film may be a great option！Anti-Fog film utilizes special nanotechnology to flatten out water droplets of varying sizes so that vision is no longer blurred by light scattering. Compared to other AF films, ours are highly weather resistant, durability, and abrasion resistant.
- Excellent Surface Hardness ≧ 2B
- Light Transmittance > 90%
- Stable Adhesion Performance：No residue
- Pass EN-168 certification
|PP Protective Film|
|Hydrophilic Anti-Fog Film||10±2μm|
|PET Release Film|
goggles, freezer cases, refrigerators, windows, face shields, visors, protective clothing, rear mirrors, bathroom mirrors, glasses, masks, and other sports equipment…
|Water contact angle||∘||< 10|
|OCA Adhesion Force||kgf/cm||0.9-1.1|
The product specification above is for reference only. Its content is subject to change.
|Item / Standard||Safety Eyewear|
|EN 168 2002
Non-optical test methods.
Ski goggles for downhill skiing.
|Sample Pre-procedure||Before the test, the samples are conditioned for between one and two hours in distilled water at (23 ± 5) then dabbed dry and then conditioned in air for at least 12h at (23 ± 5)℃ and 50 % nominal relative humidity.||Before the test, the samples are conditioned for between one and two hours in distilled water at (23 ± 5) then dabbed dry and then conditioned in air for at least 12h at (23 ± 5)℃ and 50 % nominal relative humidity.|
|Test Conditions||temperature of the water is set at (50 ± 0.5)℃.||temperature of the water is set at (50 ± 0.5)℃.|
|Standard||>8 sec||>30 sec|