Dichroic colour-effect filter FS Blue 495


Properties of the colour effect

The “blue” colour effect is seen in the transmission of light radiation, while “yellow/orange” is seen in its reflection. The colour that appears with the transmission effect is always complementary to the reflected colour. The intensity and colour of the overall effect can be selected. Dichroic coatings are also possible on curved glass and glass bodies. You can find information on finishing, our customisation service and processing specifications here:



Spectral curve FS Blue 495

Thicknesses of dichroic glass

Float glass2 mm3 mm4 mm5 mm
Borofloat2 mm3 mm4 mm5 mm


single panemax. 1.08 m x 0.8 m
butt jointmax. 5.8 m x 2.55 m

"Chandeliers" by Ólafur Elíasson

Design of chandeliers for the Copenhagen Opera ... more

Our designer glass opens up nearly unlimited possibilities for the creative applications of architects, designers and artists thanks to its properties and effects. The transparent effects of dichroic glass are particularly attractive for light art.

The colour effect glass models in the FS range achieve the most intense colour saturation. For this, they require as many as 20 consecutive nano-coatings.

Other colour effect glass

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Comparative colorscale of dichroic filters

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Whitepaper Dichroic Filters

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