The following is a translation of the report at the bottom of this page which was created by Waseda University in Japan based on tests of Dglass Coat.
Waseda University Nanotechnology Platform
Microfabrication Nanoplatform Consortium
Person in charge: Toru Sasagawa
Research theme: Analysis of samples in iron ball drop test
Research outline (contents of request)
Perform an iron ball drop test on 10 prepared glass samples for each parameter. Excluding the highest and lowest values, an average was obtained for each based on 8 samples. This was then compared to untreated glass.
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Correspondence time and date: 2018/11/18
Confirmed/Sealed: Mizuno Ishikawa
The test piece is blue plate glass 2mm thick, 100mm in length and width. A minimum of 10 samples were used for each test. The average was obtained by excluding the highest and lowest results and averaging the 8 remaining samples. We also compared it to protective film sold at Docomo shops.