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TO (Indium Tin Oxide) coated glass is an excellent solution for providing optimum conductivity in solar cells and other devices. This glass categorized under ‘TCO’, or Transparent Conducting Oxide. At Shilpa Enterprises, we produce the finest quality, and most effective ITO glass coverslip using the best quality glass substrates. Our focus on optimal design and functioning allows our ITO glass slides to have optimally low resistance despite being highly transparent too.
Our ITO glass substrate production process involves carefully coating a very thin and uniform layer of Indium Tin Oxide over a high-end glass substrate. It is an extremely delicate process and performed under tightly controlled vacuum-based conditions. We use the reliable Sputtering Method for coating the glass substrate with ITO, within a constant heat of 300˚ C.
The ITO coating is done on one side of the glass substrate, while the other hand is insulated efficiently. Our ITO glass is inherently stronger, and more durable, thanks to the Silicon Dioxide (Si02) layer sandwiched between the borosilicate glass and the ITO coating.
Indium tin oxide is an optoelectronic substance that researchers utilize extensively in industry. The synthesis has a diverse proportion of tin, oxygen, and indium with a loading of 8% Sn, 18% O2, and 74% In. The amount of oxygen content describes whether the product is ceramic or alloy. ITO is an N-type semiconductor, is electrically conductive, and has optical transparency. It acts as a metal-like mirror in an infrared spectrum.
These properties make it the best fit for electronics and prove easy to deposit as a thin film. An increase in the layer thickness causes a better density of charge carriers and film's conductivity but transparency decreases. ITO applications include Bus bars, conductive strips, and inherently conductive polymers (ICPs). The main advantage of ITO is its environment-friendly processing and manufacturing. We customize the size and specifications of the product as per the requirements of the client.