With over 80 years of combined design, distribution and manufacturing service, the divisions of Abrisa Technologies will provide you with precision glass optics of the highest quality. Our divisions understand that excellent customer service, on-time delivery, and competitive pricing are paramount to not just our success, but your success as well. At Abrisa Technologies… we want to be your integrated optical solutions partner.

Our Mission at Abrisa Technologies is to be dedicated to earning customer loyalty by delivering customized optical products and services with the highest level of quality and reliability in the industry to maximize customer satisfaction and stakeholder value.


Technical Note: Guide To Glass
Guide to Glass provides information about the types of glass and their associated thermal, optical, chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties; Understanding light & color; glare reduction; and glass Strengthening methods using heat and chemicals.  Continue Reading..
What Is A UV Filter?
A UV-blocking filter or ultraviolet optical filter prevents ultraviolet light transmission. UV filters are commonly used in photography to reduce the level of ultraviolet light that strikes the recording medium.  Continue Reading..
Optical Filters – Color Temperature Orange (CTO) And Color Temperature Blue (CTB)
The class of optical filters used to change the correlated color temperature of a light source is called Color Temperature filters. This article discusses the use of Color Temperature Orange (CTO) And Color Temperature Blue (CTB) filters in particular.  Continue Reading..
Bus Bars And Optics
A bus bar is a strip of conductive material applied to the surface of conductively coated glass, most commonly ITO (indium tin oxide) or IMITO (index matched ITO) coatings. Abrisa applies bus bars either by thin film deposition of chrome-nickel-gold or by screen printing. Booth # 1933  Continue Reading..
What Is A Dichroic Filter?
A dichroic filter, thin-film filter, or interference filter, is a color filter used to selectively pass light of a small range of colors while reflecting other colors. Dichroic mirrors and dichroic reflectors tend to be characterized by the color(s) of light that they reflect, rather than the color(s) they pass.  Continue Reading..
Oleophobic vs. Hydrophobic Glass Coatings
Oleophobic coatings are well-suited for projected capacitive (PCAP) and capacitive touch screens, handheld devices, teleprompters, virtual reality applications, and more. Hydrophobic coatings do not allow water to bond with the surface of the glass.  Continue Reading..
Anti-Glare vs. Anti-Reflective Glass
Non-glare glass is manufactured by acid etching one or two surfaces of the glass; AR glass has been optically coated on one or two sides to diminish reflections and increase the light transmission, to reduce surface glare and increase substrate transmission and brightness.  Continue Reading..


Trends In Microelectronics And Interactive Electro-Optic Devices
Trends In Microelectronics and Interactive Electro-Optic Devices
Lisa Tsufura with Abrisa Technologies spent some time with Photonics Online on the last day of the show to catch us up to speed on some trends her company has observed in regards to microelectronics and interactive electro-optic devices, and the role Abrisa can play in said marketplaces.  Continue Reading..
Abrisa Technologies Capabilities Video
Abrisa Technologies Capabilities Video provides detailed information about their glass fabrication and thin film coatings capabilities as well as information about their two manufacturing facilities; Abrisa Industrial Glass and ZC&R Coatings for Optics. The video highlights fabrication process capabilities and coating services for a wide array of optics applications.  Continue Reading..
Abrisa Technologies: Enabling Your World
Abrisa Technologies: Enabling Your World
This short video highlights Abrisa Technologies' glass strengthening, glass fabrication, precision thin films, and specialty flat glass capabilities for the aerospace/defense, display/imaging, lighting/entertainment, medical, and photovoltaic markets.  Continue Reading..


Abrisa Technologies

200 S. Hallock Drive

Santa Paula, CA 93060


Phone: 877-622-7472

Fax: 805-525-8604


  • Abrisa Technologies offers a large variety of ready-to-install enhancement glass solutions for display, scanner, and sensor applications. These total solutions cover a range of product capabilities, are voice-of-customer driven, tested to standard, and meet regulatory compliance.

  • ZC&R Coatings for Optics, an Abrisa Technologies Company, provides high-efficiency thin film optical coatings for industrial, commercial, and opto-electronic applications. This broad selection of coatings is applied with an electron beam and an ion-assisted electron beam deposition to influence and control reflectance, transmittance, absorbance, and resistance. Whether it be the materials used or the desired outcome, these experts can deliver coatings to the most detailed specifications.

  • Abrisa Technologies offers ultra-thin (≤0.4mm) technology glass for next generation devices needing miniaturization, slim formats, flexible glass, lightweight components, and/or bio or chemical compatibility. 

  • SCHOTT Borofloat® 33 is a floated borosilicate glass that is generally used in applications with extreme thermal and/or chemical demands with the ability to exceed the chemical durability of most metals and other materials.

  • Abrisa Technologies’ PRO-NG™ 120, High-Ion Exchange (HIE™) non-glare aluminosilicate provides 120 gloss level glare reduction in an extra-thin, lightweight format with up to 6x the strength of standard soda lime float.

  • Abrisa Technologies offers the SCHOTT AS 87 eco ultra-thin aluminosilicate glass for use as a cover or enhancement glass on low profile displays, touch sensors, and other display applications where thickness and weight are a concern. The glass features extremely high levels of bending and impact strength, and superior scratch resistance qualities.

  • Abrisa Technologies’ knowledge of glass substrates and expertise in glass properties qualifies the company to provide glass for optimum performance. These specialty and technical glass solutions are made to be the best matches for each application, production volume, and budget needs.

  • Abrisa Technologies offers an array of screen printed graphic solutions to meet aesthetic expectations for color matched branding, feature resolution and cosmetics as well as functional needs for transmission, scratch resistance, adhesion, temperature, chemical, and corrosion resistance.

  • Abrisa's Chemical Strengthening process toughens soda lime through a sodium and potassium ion exchange in a salt bath. Glass can be strengthened from 8 to 16 hours and is often requested for toughened thin display applications.

  • To support infotainment and HUD augmented reality displays and enhanced vision systems, Abrisa Technologies offers solutions manufactured from on-hand technologies and float glass, complete with custom features and edge fabrication, strengthening, graphics, coating, and oleophobics.

  • Abrisa Technologies now offers an extended range of standard stock non-glare (NG), anti-reflection (AR), and anti-reflection coated non-glare (NG/AR) glass and custom solutions, ready to be fabricated to exact specifications. These three options are available for the display designer and integrator to best suit the needs for reduced reflection and glare, throughput efficiency for display brightness, and maintaining image quality.

  • Abrisa Technologies now offers the innovative High Ion-Exchange (HIE™) Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC) Dragontrail™ aluminosilicate glass for cover glass, display, sensor, and scanner technologies. Dragontrail supports low profile, reduced weight, portable field, and industrial devices with a toughness of 6x that of soda lime float. It is designed to enhance the usable lifetime of high contact touch displays, and industrial image sensors, document scanners, and on board vehicular and avionics displays.

  • Highly transmissive, thin, alkali-free, boro-aluminosilicate glass from Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC) is designed for use in highly sensitive bio-photo detection applications, high throughput sensor applications, as enhancement glass for thin displays, and as cover glass for micro arrays.


  • HEF Groupe, a global leader in metallurgical surface treatments, coatings, and PVD vacuum deposition technology, acquired Abrisa Technologies in December of 2020, expanding their capabilities to serve the needs of Photonics enabled markets.

  • Abrisa Technologies, a member of HEF Photonics, is pleased to announce the launch of their new mobile friendly Total Solution Partner website where users have access to the company’s expertise in Optical Thin Film Coatings, Custom Glass Fabrication and Specialty Glass.

  • Abrisa Technologies is pleased to announce the publication of the company’s New Technical Data Sheet – “Laser Marked Display Graphics On-Demand.” The document highlights the two new laser engraving processes to their value-added, ready-to-install glass fabrication service capabilities.

  • Abrisa Technologies is pleased to announce the publication of the company’s Thin & Ultra-Thin Glass Fabrication & Optical Thin Film Coating capabilities technical data sheet. The document provides a summary of it's broad expertise including typical applications for displays, instrument panels, imaging, sensing, scanning, portables, and more.

  • Abrisa Technologies, a US based company, announces the availability of their NEW PRO-NG™ 120 - HIE™ (High-Ion Exchange) strengthened non-glare aluminosilicate glass with a 120-gloss level glare reduction in an extra-thin, light weight format with up to 6X the strength of standard soda lime float glass.