The use of titanium dioxide coatings deposited by APCVD on glass substrates to provide a dual action self cleaning

K.D. Sanderson, A. Mills, S. Hurst, A. Lepre, T. McKittrick, D. Rimmer, L. Ye

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Abstract

Over recent years there has been a rapid growth in the markets for large area coated glass products. Among the driving forces for this growth have been building design, energy efficiency, conservation needs, environmental issues, and associated legislation. Coatings produced by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) have now been on the market for many years and cover a wide range of applications such as low emmissivity coatings based on n-type semiconductors, reflective solar control coatings, and protective barrier layer coatings. The presentation details the challenges of using APCVD to deposit polycrystalline TiO2 films, on large area glass substrates for self-cleaning applications. Details of the coatings structure and properties are discussed. An investigation into the photodestruction of various organic contaminants including paraffin wax and stearic acid is presented along with the hydrophilic performance of the product when exposed to UV radiation. The presentation puts the properties of the film into context by detailing the use of scattering measurements and simulated dirt mixes to show the benefit of hydrophilic and photoactive coatings on maintaining the cleanliness of a glass substrate and how this relates to real-life performance.

Conference

Conference46th Annual Society of Vacuum Coaters Technical Conference
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period3/05/038/05/03

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titanium oxides
cleaning
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glass
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cleanliness
n-type semiconductors
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vapor deposition
acids
radiation
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Keywords

  • titanium dioxide coatings
  • self-cleaning applications

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Sanderson, K. D., Mills, A., Hurst, S., Lepre, A., McKittrick, T., Rimmer, D., & Ye, L. (2003). The use of titanium dioxide coatings deposited by APCVD on glass substrates to provide a dual action self cleaning. 46th Annual Society of Vacuum Coaters Technical Conference, San Francisco, United States.
Sanderson, K.D. ; Mills, A. ; Hurst, S. ; Lepre, A. ; McKittrick, T. ; Rimmer, D. ; Ye, L. / The use of titanium dioxide coatings deposited by APCVD on glass substrates to provide a dual action self cleaning. 46th Annual Society of Vacuum Coaters Technical Conference, San Francisco, United States.6 p.
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Sanderson, KD, Mills, A, Hurst, S, Lepre, A, McKittrick, T, Rimmer, D & Ye, L 2003, 'The use of titanium dioxide coatings deposited by APCVD on glass substrates to provide a dual action self cleaning' 46th Annual Society of Vacuum Coaters Technical Conference, San Francisco, United States, 3/05/03 - 8/05/03, .

The use of titanium dioxide coatings deposited by APCVD on glass substrates to provide a dual action self cleaning. / Sanderson, K.D.; Mills, A.; Hurst, S.; Lepre, A.; McKittrick, T.; Rimmer, D.; Ye, L.

2003. 46th Annual Society of Vacuum Coaters Technical Conference, San Francisco, United States.

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