We provide reliable solutions for complex industrial equipment. We have innovative custom solutions for industrial equipment manufacturers who manipulate light to perform processes. We can engineer and manufacture custom molded glass optics designed to direct, focus, or spread the light in specialty filter glasses that operate in the ultraviolet (UV) to infrared (IR) regions of the spectrum. Innovative, custom applications include:
- Custom molded UV optics for industrial UV printing and processing equipment. Our custom UV optics increase UV LED irradiance and improve light distribution uniformity; this enables the creation of high-performance UV curing lights with flexible working distances.
- UV glass for nondestructive testing (NDT) equipment.
- Color correcting filter glasses for color analysis and inspection equipment.
- Specialty filter glasses for various calibration and analysis equipment .
Our borosilicate glass compositions are also ideal for process observation applications. We have the capability to mold custom contoured sight glass lenses resulting in truly differentiated equipment.
The advantages of our borosilicate glass include thermal stability, abrasion resistance, and chemical resistance. This makes it the preferred material for industrial equipment and processing applications.
GLASS COMPONENTS & LENSES FOR MEDICAL & BIO-TECHNOLOGY
Innovative medical equipment manufacturers leverage our capability to develop highly optimized custom products. We offer a complete portfolio of filter glass compositions that are designed to transmit or absorb light in the ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) regions. Our capabilities to custom formulate and precision mold filter glass can be leveraged in medical and research applications such as:
- Medical devices
- Laser technologies
- Imaging systems
- Machine vision
- UV transilluminators
- Calibration equipment
- Analytical instruments
- Fluorescence technology
We also have the capabilities and experience to provide glass development services and contract melting for advanced materials.