LEE Filters' Dichroic Glass filters are available in bespoke sizes for unique custom architectural installations that demand exceptional colour purity and stability.
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LEE Filters' Glass Dichroic filters are specifically designed to meet the demands of the architectural lighting industry. They are produced by the vacuum deposition of layers of thin metal films onto a 3.3mm substrate of Borofloat Glass, chosen for its superior thermal characteristics when compared to tempered soda-lime glass.
This production process creates spectacularly clear and pure colours that will not fade and are ideal for permanent installations.
They are available in custom sizes to meet your exact specifications.
Options include linear, prismatic, softening and frosted diffusions, each of which sculpts the light in a distinct way.
Reduce the glare from a light fitting. They are available in either a 45° or 60° angle to control the light beam.
The Dichroic Glass palette was developed in collaboration with lighting designers and provides a range of consistent, repeatable colours.
The LEE range of Dichroic Glass Technical Filters has been developed to convert and manipulate light sources with a high degree of accuracy and stability. A full range of daylight, tungsten and fluorescent conversions, plus neutral densities, are available.
All our Custom Dichroic Glass filters are also available with a frosted finish for diffuse light effects.
These filters are colour-coated on one side by vacuum deposition of metal film, and diffuse textured on the other side. This creates a frost that's very similar to LEE 251 Quarter White Diffusion, when the frosted side is placed on the fixture outwards, away from the lamp.
The LEE Filters Frosted Dichroic Glass Filters use the same 3.3mm thick high temperature Borofloat Glass as the unfrosted dichroics.
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