Large-area coating

Energy conservation and display technology

Architectural glass coating
Everywhere, the issues of saving energy and protecting natural resources rank high among today’s priorities. Thermal protection layers on architectural glass make a big contribution to these goals, recognized and appreciated by smart consumers as well as environmental and regulatory authorities.

Bühler Leybold Optics is the reference brand name in glass coater manufacturing. Our workforce combined represents hundreds of years of experience in the development and design of coating components as well as their installation into the LEYBOLD OPTICS GLC series H coaters and subsequent servicing. Excellence in sputtering technology and unsurpassed mastery of optical layer systems complete our unrivalled bedrock of know-how. Bühler Leybold Optics also has a worldwide service and support network to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

Display technology
Modern flat panel display technology has revolutionized the way we interact with computers. Bühler Leybold Optics provides answers to the challenges in today’s display production. Lowest cost-per-piece, ease of use and maintenance, robustness and highest uptime – these are the performance measures that provide the core focus for our design team.

The LEYBOLD OPTICS DIS series V, our highly flexible platform for multi-chamber, vertical inline sputter machines, is optimized for classic display coating applications, such as touch screen panels, ITO coatings for color filter products and anti-reflection coatings.

Tilted vertical sputter systems
Whether the coating requirement is metal for reflectors, conductive transparent oxides for contacting layers, dielectric layers for optical properties, Bühler Leybold Optics provides customers with tailor-made sputtering solutions. With the LEYBOLD OPTICS GLC series V’s +/- 7° tilted vertical design for particle sensitive applications, Bühler Leybold Optics supplies the perfect production solution for every coating need, from lab-scale to high-volume production.