Guardian Clarity™ glass for museum exhibit in Paris

Guardian Clarity™ glass for museum exhibit in Paris

Guardian provided its double-sided, anti-reflective Clarity™ glass for use in the display cases for “Osiris, Egypt’s Sunken Mysteries”, a traveling exhibition of rare Egyptian artifacts, a traveling exhibition of rare Egyptian artifacts.

During recent underwater excavations in Egypt’s Nile River delta, the nonprofit European Institute for Underwater Archaeology (or IEASM, for Institut Européen d’Archéologie Sous-Marine) recovered some amazing historical items related to the Egyptian god Osiris. The exhibit’s host needed a way to allow this unique collection to be viewed by the public while ensuring the safety of these rarest of rare objects. So they turned to Guardian Europe, which agreed to partner with the institute in staging this exhibition.

Guardian has supplied some 200 square meters of the Clarity specialty glass that has been installed at the exhibition site. Guardian Clarity is created using the most advanced magnetron sputtering glass coating technology. Its residual reflection colour is a soft neutral blue, which, in combination with Guardian UltraClear™ substrate, allows it to provide maximum transparency while eliminating unwanted reflection and glare.

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