Ensemble Goo Systems Reflective and Finish Coat
Screen Goo is a specially formatted, highly reflective acrylic paint, designed specifically for the video projection industry. Screen Goo acrylic paint allows one to transform any smooth paintable surface into a high performance projection screen.
SYSTÈME D’ÉCRAN GOO
Screen Goo’s performance reflects many years of research and development. It has the capacity to outperform most of the existing screen products in use today. Screen Goo is made from the highest grade acrylic available and contains no filler materials. Whether used in a professional, or home situation its simple application, versatility, quality and variable gain characteristics are remarkable.
Goo Systems offers seven Screen Goo coating products. The recent addition of Digital Grey Lite basecoat means that front projection users can now choose from nine diferent coating combinations for ultimate performance with any projector. We have also introduced a very exciting new product. Goo Systems has engineered a new rear projection screen coating designed to provide exceptional results in both home and business applications. Any rigid transparent surface can now be cost effectively transformed into a high quality dual-sided projection screen. Potential uses include home theatre installations, retail point-of-purchase displays, conference rooms, and large venue displays such as concert halls, arenas, and houses of worship. Applications are limited only by your imagination.
- Exceptional colour fidelity
- Excellent gain with minimal hot spotting
- Industry-leading horizontal and vertical off-axis characteristics
- Easy single-step application
- Exceptional affordability
The projection viewing surface shall consist of two applications of reflective base coat and two applications of diffusive top coat.
The coatings shall be water-based acrylic emulsions having a viscosity (poise) range of minimum 200 to maximum 675.
The coatings shall conform to ASTM D-4236 and ASTM E-84-06 for health and fire safety respectively.
The coatings shall meet or exceed LEED and SCAQM guidelines for low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) content.
The coatings shall be applicable by rolling or spraying and shall provide minimum coverage levels as indicated below: