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Kopp Glass Exhibits Engineered Colored Filter Glasses for Enhanced Sensor Performance at SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing 2014

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Kopp Glass, Inc.

2108 Palmer St., Pittsburgh, PA, 15218, USA

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Kopp Glass Exhibits Engineered Colored Filter Glasses for Enhanced Sensor Performance at SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing 2014

Press release date: April 10, 2014

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania – Kopp Glass, a Pittsburgh based technical glass manufacturer, will be exhibiting next month at SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing in Baltimore, MD. Visit Kopp at booth #437 to learn more about several featured products, including: sharp-cut filters with reduced auto-fluorescence properties, custom rare-earth doped glasses, fluorescent glasses, ultraviolet (UV) bandpass filters and molded infrared (IR) transmitting glasses. Kopp specializes in customization, providing unique manufacturing capabilities that enable innovation through flexible production capabilities and in-house engineering expertise to tailor glass formulations at the atomic level.

Join Kopp’s technical experts on Wednesday, May 7th, as Kopp’s Manager of Research and Engineering, Adam Willsey, demonstrates: “Engineered Colored Filter Glass for Enhanced Sensor Performance”, featuring sharp-cut filters, rare-earth-doped glasses and more. Kopp’s product demonstration is scheduled for 11:30AM in the Demo Area at SPIE-DSS.

Learn more about Kopp Glass and find out how to connect at the show here: http://www.koppglass.com/about/kopp-glass-dss-2014.php

About Kopp Glass, Inc.
Kopp Glass, a Pittsburgh based technical glass manufacturer, offers a complete portfolio of colored filter and NVIS glass compositions, engineered for superior performance in the ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Kopp’s unique precision molding capabilities coupled with their expansive filter glass portfolio make them the preferred solution for illumination and non-imaging optical applications.

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