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20 x 30cm Sheet of Optopolymer® Optical PTFE, 2mm Thick, Adhesive Film

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Operating Temperature (°C):
-200 to +260
Dimensions (mm):
200 x 300
Type:
Standard Adhesive
Wavelength Range (μm):
0.25 - 2.5
Dimensions (cm):
20 x 30
Thickness (mm):
2.00

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Product Family Description

  • Optical PTFE Material with Lambertian Reflection
  • High Reflectance from 250 - 2500nm
  • High UV Stability and Chemical Resistance

Optopolymer® Diffuse Reflecting Film consists of optical polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) which achieves virtually ideal Lambertian reflectance properties and high reflectance from 250 to 2500nm. The thickness of the polymer layer influences both the flexibility and reflectance of the film with the 1.0mm film providing the best flexibility to reflectance ratio. A 0.5mm thickness provides the best flexibility with a small decrease in reflectance, and a 2.0mm thickness provides the highest reflectance with increased rigidity. Regardless of the thickness, the film can be easily cut to size using scissors and with the adhesive backing and can be tailored to fit any application. Optopolymer® Diffuse Reflecting Film feature high UV stability and universal chemical resistance to minimize discoloration that would result in reflection loss. These reflecting films are ideal for calibration and contrast measurements, projection applications, lining UV sterilizers and photobioreactors, and as reflective diffusers.

Typical, normalized reflectance profile of Optopoltmer®, showing near Lambertian properties. The gap in data is due to the detector crossing the path of the incident beam.
Typical, normalized reflectance profile of Optopoltmer®, showing near Lambertian properties. The gap in data is due to the detector crossing the path of the incident beam.