Kopp Glass Releases an Interactive Colored Filter Glass Catalog Featuring Enhanced Spectral Data and Upgraded Properties

Date: 2 October 2013

The new digital catalog features Kopp’s extensive product line of colored filter and Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) glass formulations engineered to transmit and absorb light in the ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) regions of the electromagnetic wavelength spectrum.

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania – Kopp Glass, Inc., announces the launch of a virtual filter glass catalog designed to enable users to navigate their broad portfolio of filter glass solutions.Featuring an interactive drill-down navigation menu, users can search the filter database by specific wavelength regions and compare filter glass solutions arranged by dominant wavelength, nominal thickness, transmittance, and key physical properties. While this catalog includes a complete selection of standard colored and NVIS filter glass offerings, Kopp continues to specialize in customization with in-house Research & Engineering expertise for glass development and formulation.

Coinciding with the launch of the new catalog, Kopp has enhanced their unfinished filter glass product line with several value-added features, including: flexible order volumes, industry-leading production turnaround, improved quality and enhanced physical properties. Kopp’s upgraded unfinished filter format features superior surface quality with filters supplied molded to nominal thickness (+2mm/-0mm) providing cost savings through reduced secondary processing.

For custom filter components, Kopp’s unique precision molding capabilities coupled with their expansive filter glass portfolio make them the preferred solution for illumination applications and non-imaging optics. Innovative companies’ worldwide work with Kopp to create custom molded filter glass components that are manufactured to conform to rigorous dimensional and spectral tolerances.

Explore the new colored filter glass catalog now: http://www.koppglass.com/solutions/colored-filter-glass.php

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