The specific gravity of acrylic diffuser is about 1.19

- Jun 22, 2020-

Acrylic diffuser plate uses chemical or physical means to utilize the physical imagination of refraction, reflection and scattering when light encounters two media with different refractive indexes on the way, by adding inorganic or organic light diffusion to the base of PMMA substrate Agents, or through the array of micro-features on the surface of the substrate, artificially adjust the light, cause the light to refract, reflect, and scatter in different directions, thereby changing the path of light and achieving sufficient dispersion of incident light to produce optical diffusion effect.

       The specific gravity of acrylic diffuser is about 1.19. It depends on whether it is polymerized or added. For example, the diffusing agent will be less than the original specific gravity. If the material with a higher refractive index will be greater than the original specific gravity, because the diffusing agent generally has a lower specific gravity than the acrylic material, add acrylic Zhong will naturally dilute the original specific gravity to make it lighter. Acrylic diffuser has a very wide range of uses in environmental protection. The resin acrylic sheet combined with the harvester is melting. These two purely tough acrylic sheets have also increased the acrylic sheet. The price is moderate and is subject to many People's favorite. When you shop for acrylic sheets, acrylic sheets are made according to your choice.

       Acrylic diffusion plate processing function is very good, without tube shearing or injection therapy is very affordable. All the colors of acrylic boards are patterns that have appeared in our careers in recent years. Acrylic sheet itself is a big point and gloss, maintenance is very convenient. By adding inorganic or organic light diffusing agents to PMMA, PC, PS, PP and other substrates, or by arranging the array of micro-features on the surface of the substrate, the light is artificially adjusted to cause the light to be refracted, reflected, and scattered in different directions In order to change the path of light, the incident light is sufficiently dispersed to produce the effect of optical diffusion.