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The choice of electrostatic protective film technique

by:LINYANG     2020-03-01
With the advent of the digital age, small protective film's young people love, used to on a computer screen, and various popular smartphone screen. With the popularity of various protective film, then, we should be how to choose the electrostatic protective film? A sichuan to introduce you to: a thin screen protective film can not only protect the vision, also can reduce the computer radiation. So choose a better efficacy of protective film, it is very necessary. 1. When choosing electrostatic protective film, should choose to adopt new technology in Japan, electrostatic adsorption. Simple and convenient use, there will be no general protection film interesting to take off the film easy to deformation of the phenomenon. 2. > The 4 h lenses super hardness. Can prevent the scratch on weekdays and impact, and effectively protect the LCD screen. 3. Super anti-fouling resistant to treatment. Dust, oil can effectively. 4. Need to meet all series using 0. 25 mm super good thickness, and screen the natural one, both thin and protective effect. 5. Electrostatic protective film can be scattered in addition to 99. More than 7% of the screen, protect your health! 6. Advanced Anti - Low glare reflective optical precision coating. Can block 99. 7% glare, visual clear not dazzling. 7. Protective film to choose more than 90% high light transmittance. Screen image rendering is not distortion, let image more brightly. 8. Super good resistance to being dizzy lens face processing, can eliminate 99% of glare and flash, prevent the external reflection of light. Actually in the choice of surface protective film techniques, high quality protection is electrostatic protective film now, don't choose with glue, protective film for a long time the glue will melt yellowing, and down very troublesome, often have glue on the screen is hard to remove.
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