ACRYLITE® Satinice optimum light diffusion WD853 DF

SKU
99090400PAR
In stock
Overview
  • Up to 84.6% Light Transmission
  • Translucent
  • UV Absorbent
  • Half angle of 30° @ .080''
  • Transmission rates vary by thickness
  • Formerly Satin Ice
  • Frosted with embedded light diffusing beads
As low as $5.46 / sqft

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ACRYLITE® Satinice optimum light diffusion acrylic sheet is formulated with special diffusion properties that produce an excellent balance between light diffusion and transmission. This combination makes it the preferred acrylic for backlit applications, from lit wall panels to glowing store fixtures. It retains its frosted surface when thermoformed, unlike other matte finished products.

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Product

The ACRYLITE® Satinice optimum light diffusion portfolio has been expanded and now offers four additional grades with higher light transmission and greater diffusion. Designed for architectural and linear LED lighting applications, these superior ACRYLITE® Satinice specialty acrylic grades are offered in various thicknesses depending on your application needs.

Provides the following outstanding properties:

  • Colorless diffusion significantly reduces color shift of LEDs compared to pigmented materials (e.g. 2067, 7328, 2447, etc.)
  • High light transmission with outstanding diffusion to eliminate LED hot spots
  • Four grades provide wide range of diffusion
  • Optics are consistent across all thicknesses
  • Matte surface provides better light scattering, glare reduction, and scratch resistance

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* Material can be manufactured in other thicknesses (minimums may apply).

** Material can be manufactured in other dimensions (minimums may apply).

*** Measurements recorded with BYK Gardner Haze Gard Plus machine.

**** The angle having half the light intensity of a collimated beam shone through a sample perpendicular to the light source. Twice the half angle is defined as the FWHM (Full Width Half Maximum).

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