AVIATION BLUE GLASS SPECIFICATIONS

In harsh, demanding environments, our aviation glasses are often preferred due to their superior durability and resistance to abrasion, chemical corrosion, and thermal shock. Our blue aviation glasses are designed to meet industry and regulatory standards, including Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Military Specifications (MIL-SPEC), and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).



Glass
Primary Application
Nominal
Thickness (in)
Refractive Index
Density (g/cc)
Thermal Exp
( * E7 °C-1)
2004
LED Blue, EB67D
0.150 - 0.240
1.51
2.45
82
2600
Blue, ICAO
0.120 - 0.180
1.5
2.34
48
2601
Blue, ICAO
0.200 - 0.315
1.49
2.35
48
3121
SAE AS25050
0.095 - 0.150
1.52
2.50
71
3122
SAE AS25050
0.120 - 0.190
1.52
2.50
71
3123
SAE AS25050
0.145 - 0.250
1.52
2.50
72
3124
SAE AS25050
0.200 - 0.340
1.52
2.50
72
3125
SAE AS25050
0.210 - 0.300
1.52
2.50
72
3127
SAE AS25050
0.280 - 0.500
1.52
2.50
75
3128
SAE AS25050 / ICAO
0.325 - 0.575
1.52
2.50
75
312X
SAE AS25050 / ICAO
The glasses in the 312X series, listed above, were averaged and plotted as one glass in the graph displayed above. They have the same spectral power distribution, but differ in thickness.
3615
SAE AS25050 / ICAO
0.270 - 0.460
1.57
2.42
54
3625
SAE AS25050 / ICAO
0.220 - 0.520
1.51
2.44
82
3627
SAE AS25050 / ICAO
0.290 - 0.680
1.51
2.44
82

Need more information? Download the complete spectral datasheets for our aviation blue glasses.

Aviation Glass Spec Sheets

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