prism glass


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prismatic glass

Rolled glass ? to ¼ in. (3.2 to 6.4 mm) thick, one face of which consists of parallel prisms that refract the transmitted light, thereby changing the direction of the light rays.
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It erected PEBs and roof and wall panels for Bahrain Prism Glass Factory, Bahrain Pipe Factory and an Agility facility in the Hidd area of the country.
A prism glass installed on the stationary side of the mold functioned as a cavity wall, and a cavity unit with a stamper was inserted on the movable side.
To ensure the prism glass does not blind drivers on the West Side High way and other nearby streets, a model section of the curtainwall will be erected and tested at a site in New Jersey.
All LX L models come with fully multicoated lenses and phase-corrected, high index prism glass.
Another band who produced stunning images were Pink Floyd from the prism glass cover of the moody 1973 Dark Side of the Moon to the surreal inflatable pig floating over Battersea Power Station on their other best seller Animals.
No light should pass through the prism glass, as its transmission would limit the spectral response.
Epochs are built on a magnesiumalloy frame for durability, and feature notables like SF prism glass, prism and lens coating, and locking multistep eye relief.
Bahrain Prism Glass Factory reported receiving business worth $18 million on the first two days of the fair.
At 34 ounces, it has some heft, but that's more than made up for by its waterproof housing, BaK-4 prism glass, multicoated optics and quality dim-light performance.
Since prism glass both reflects and absorbs light, if it's not properly coated up to five percent of transmitted light can be lost at each of a binocular's air-to-glass surfaces.
Bahrain Prism Glass Factory (BPGF) WLL is now designed to produce 2.
Brunton's top binocular, the Epoch Zoom 8-15x35, is built with high-grade SF prism glass.