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Hoffman Engineering  Profile

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Hoffman Engineering  Company Overview

Hoffman Engineering was founded in 1955 with an initial charter to support the photometric needs of the aircraft panel and instrument manufacturers. The Hoffman Engineering laboratory business grew with the aerospace industry in the United States. Today Hoffman Engineering continues to be a National Institute of Standards (NIST) traceable laboratory. Hoffman has been designated by many defense companies as its source for MIL-STD-45662 photometric and radiometric calibrations. Hoffman is fully qualified to perform tests to MIL-L-85762.

Hoffman Engineering  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hoffman Engineering include Detectors, Colorimeters, Integrating Spheres, Laboratory Standards, Night Vision Equipment, Photometers & Radiometers, Automotive Lighting Products, Special Application Lighting Products, NVIS Mil-Spec Glass Filters, NVIS Plastic Filters and Films, Nightshield, Grommet Assemblies, Lamp Assemblies, and Panel Hardware and Inserts.

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