Infrared Filters

IR Filter Solutions

Umicore is a global leader in the design and manufacture of precision IR Filters. Widely used to detect the presence of noxious or flammable gases in the atmosphere, IR Filters are a key component of preventative maintenance safety systems critical to the Oil, Gas, and Energy sector. Infrared Filters also play a key role in automation and the advancement of a more connected world driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), with applications in areas such as Autonomous Vehicle Driving, Smart Buildings, Emission Control, and Wearable Technology.  With 30+ years of experience in the development of high performance IR coatings, Umicore drives innovation to deliver cutting edge solutions.

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