Black Coatings Reflectivity at NIR - This test setup shows Acktar Black vs black anodized and flock paper.
Super Black inorganic coating for near infrared spectrum with extremely low reflectance.
Acktar is a world leader in light absorption, super black material and blackening of opto-mechanical components. Now available for light trapping applications at lens housing, light baffle, IR sensor, UV sensor, passive infrared detector, black body, light detector, UV absorber, etc.
Acktar provides VIS, SWIR and MWIR high absorbing coatings for stray light suppression. Acktar is the Supplier of Choice for various ESA and NASA projects - James Webb Space Telescope, Bepi Colombo. EnMap, Metis - Solar Orbiter and many more. See Acktar space heritage.
Black Metal Velvet™ - the world's blackest black. The only industrial black coating that has below 1% total (hemispherical) reflectance at wavelength range 10nm-10,000nm. Metal Velvet™ has ultra-diffusive black matte finish exceeding major optical black paints and layers.
30 January - 2 February 2018 The Moscone Center San Francisco, California, USA
BOOTH 2334 – South Hall
21 - 22 February 2018 Rittal-Arena Wetzlar, Germany
15 - 17 May 2018 Exhibition Centre Frankfurt, Germany
26 - 28 June 2018
DIE MESSTECHNIK - MESSE Nurnberg, Germany
BOOTH 255 - Hall 1
26 - 28 June 2018
Centre de congrès Pierre Baudis
11 - 12 September 2018
06 - 08 November 2018
World’s leading trade fair for machine vision Stuttgart, Germany
High Emissivity Black Optical Coating for nearly entire light absorption in Ultraviolet (EUV, DUV, UV), Visible (VIS) and Infra-Red (IR) Light. Beyond the competition for applications requiring "zero" stray light, no outgassing, high vibration stability, low thickness and absence of paticulation at mass production quantities.
Light trapping low outgassing world's darkest material available in running meters or blackened die-cuts / appliques. Supplied as a coated black foil with or without self adhesive backing. Clean room compatible replacement of black anodized and black flocking material.