Readymade Frames/Ovals and Rounds
Tru Vue® is a leading manufacturer of high-perfomance glazing options.
*Museum Glass® reduces reflection by over 85% (to less than 1% of total light), the lowest possible reflection rating available with UV protection,
provides the highest brightness and contrast levels available, optimal clarity for true color transmission, greatest color neutrality, and protects works of art against 99% of harmful indoor and outdoor UV light rays.
*Optium Museum Acrylic® is the only acrylic product available combining both a high quality magnetron sputtered anti-reflective coating and superior 98% ultraviolet light blocking protection. The finest anti-static, anti-reflective, and maximum UV protection glazing all in one sheet.
*Conservation Clear® uses a proprietary coating process of microscopic, silica-based UV blocking agents that are cured onto the surface of a glass substrate to produce an ultra protective lite of glass that enhances true colors and protects art from fading. Over time, indoor and outdoor ultraviolet rays take a toll on artwork and cause fading. Paper can become faded, discolored, and brittle, causing irreversible damage that ruins the artwork. Conservation Clear framing glass with 99% UV protection helps protect art from fading by blocking harmful indoor and outdoor light rays, preserving art for years longer than regular glass.
*AR Reflection-Free® - Deeply framed artwork, such as multiple-mat and shadowbox presentations, require reflection-free viewing. Tru Vue meets this need using a proprietary manufacturing process called Magnetron Sputtering to create Tru Vue® AR Reflection-Free™ Glass. This advanced technology deposits precisely controlled layers of highly energized metal oxides onto a color neutral substrate. The result is consistent, durable quality and the most attractive display for artwork.
*Reflection Control® - Glass can act like a mirror, causing glare and distracting viewers from the works of art on display. Reflection Control® glass is chemically finished to scatter light as it strikes the glass. This subtle, matte-like treatment protects artwork from unwanted glare or distortion.