Bengaluru based HHV to exhibit its expertise in thin film technology at San Francisco

Bengaluru based Hind High Vacuum Co. Pvt. Ltd. (HHV), a vacuum science and technology Company with major clients like HAL, ISRO, Titan etc, has announced that it would exhibit its expertise and leadership in thin film technology to the global market at San Francisco. The company will participate in the SPIE Photonics West 2019 Exhibition being held at San Francisco from 5-7th Feb, 2019. SPIE Photonics West Exhibition is the flagship event of the photonics industry. Every year over 18,000 people attend from all over the world to hear the latest R&D and see the newest products.

“We are extremely pleased to participate in this exhibition at San Francisco which is the largest market place for photonics, optics, imaging and industrial lasers”said Prasanth Sakhamuri, Managing Director of HHV.“We will showcase our latest developments including our ‘Made in India’ technologies and products at the exhibition to the global market that include: thin film coatings on infrared domes, lenses, windows; thin film metallization and lithography; periscope prisms, transparent heaters, and other optical components for industrial, defence and space applications”

“For over five decades, HHV has been executing challenging assignments involving thin film techniques to fulfil the needs of every important sectors of the nation. Its R&D team at Bengaluru has been closely associating with world renowned scientists in optics & thin film coatings to develop advanced optical coatings and equipment in this field” added Prasanth Sakhamuri.

Established in 1965 at Bangalore as a specialized enterprise to develop Indian self-reliance in high vacuum technology, HHV today serves a spectrum of Industries and R&D centres covering aerospace, space, defence, automotive, semi-conductors,horology, and scientific instrumentation to name a few. HHV has an advanced research and manufacturing program in thin film technology, material science, metallurgy, astronomy, and special purpose machinery.