Our US division of Diamond Coatings attended the Automotive Interiors Exhibition. It was suitable the event was held in Michigan, famed globally for its motoring industry. The exhibition ran for three days where Diamond Coatings showcased our extensive range and capabilities to all the major players in the car industry.
Diamond Coatings will this year be exhibiting at the Michigan (Novi) Automotive Interiors Expo. A must for all major car manufacturers/tier 1 suppliers' design teams, this Expo enables you to see & keep up with the ever-new innovations contributing to the continually evolving world of automotive interiors.
Established in 2002, Diamond Coatings have become an industry leading manufacturer of Optical and Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) Coatings. To date, we have supplied in excess of 8 million lenses for automotive overhead lighting consoles to luxury car manufacturers.
Diamond Coatings are pleased to launch our newly developed AR1617 Anti-Reflective Coated PET film to further enhance our comprehensive product range.
Diamond Coatings have over the past 15 years amassed a wealth of experience in the wet spraying of both conductive and non-conductive paints and materials and have sprayed and supplied in excess of 3 million parts to the military, aerospace and automotive industries.
As approved solution providers to aerospace industry leaders, Diamond Coatings specialize in aircraft and helicopter canopy Heater & EMC Windows. Diamond Coatings Heater & EMC Canopy window types ensure the safe operation of the aircraft for crew and passengers.
Diamond Coatings are pleased to announce the addition of Aluminosilicate Dragontrail Glass (AGC) and Gorilla Glass (Corning) to our already extensive range of glass types.
We here at Diamond Coatings are extremely excited to announce that our extensive range of conductive PEN and PET Films; ITO Coated Microscope Slides and Coverslips and much, much more is now available directly from our brand-new Diamond Coatings Shop.
On the 20th of April 2016, the new ATEX Standard came into effect. Broadly speaking this new directive, which requires the prevention of electrostatic charges with the capacity to cause potentially dangerous discharges through appropriate measures including, among other measures, anti-static coatings, applies to all equipment.
As of the 20th of April '16, new ATEX regulations necessitate the protection of devices and equipment used in safety critical working environments/applications against static electricity/electrostatic charges that have the potential to cause dangerous discharges. Measures to provide this protection include, among others, application of an anti-static coating.