PDLC technology- Glass Innovation

PDLC technology


The PDLC technology uses liquid crystal molecules enclosed between two ITO films. These molecules are randomly distributed, until the films or glass are energized. As soon as they are energized, the glass or films themselves become clear and transparent. The PDLC technology is characterized by its ability to regulate the glass or film transparency from opaque to transparent adjustable intensity dark to any level. The main advantages of the PDLC technology is immediate switch from clear to darkened state within 0.2 seconds with continuous dark control, non-harmful to health and UV resistance of 98%.


  • Privacy protection during a short moment
  • Aesthetics
  • Aesthetics
  • Easy optimization of control using remote controls, motion sensors, weather sensors, control through smart phones or tablets, fingerprint readers or connection to intelligent house management
  • User comfort
  • Blocking of 98% of UV radiation
  • The possibility of screening on glass using rear projection, the films only with the rear projection both in full HD or 4K resolution
  • Wide range of use
  • Compared to conventional blinds, not so much dust particles adhere on glass and foils as on conventional glass, therefore, they are very suitable for space with higher requirements on clean environment (operating theatres, hospitals ...)
  • Easy maintenance
  • Higher noise attenuation (see the table of noise attenuation) than glass of the same thickness or composition

Use of the PDLC technology:

  • Interior and exterior separating partitions, walls, door
  • Outdoor roofing
  • Areas with high humidity – PDLC glass with IPX7 protection
  • Partitions sliding manually and automatically
  • Walking floors
  • Facades, windows and street door panelling – manufacture of insulating double or triple glazed units
  • Health-care facilities
  • Hospitality and hotels
  • Business presentation – the possibility of projecting business presentations directly on the glass with
  • the use of glass as a touch area

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