Flabeg enhances mirror reflectance

<b>Configuration of Flabeg’s monolithic mirrors: the glass layer has a thickness of 4 mm.</b><br><br><i>Graphic: Flabeg</i><br>
Configuration of Flabeg’s monolithic mirrors: the glass layer has a thickness of 4 mm.

Graphic: Flabeg

Flabeg is already guaranteeing the new value to its customers. The enhancement was achieved by process optimisation during manufacturing and usage of better raw materials. The reflectance was measured according to the ISO 9050 standard. The new mirrors have a higher accuracy in shape and geometry than the forerunner model. Hand in hand with these improvements the curvature accuracy was raised and the focus deviation was reduced by more than 2 mm. The mirrors now achieve values less than 8 mm.
In the near future Flabeg also will be able to deliver mirrors that use complete lead free coatings. A lead free system is currently tested at the Plataforma Solar Almería (PSA) in Spain.

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