Spectronics is founded by Bill and Morris Cooper.
Spectronics’ “Ultra-Violet Master Science Lab” is given a promotional display at the famed F.A.O. Schwarz toy store in New York City.
Spectronics is featured in an article about UV fluorescence in Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Spectronics wins a national design award for its Space Spider™ Geometrics Kit.
Spectronics invents the world’s first black light counterfeit currency detector.
Life magazine publishes a story about Spectronics’ line of UV-fluorescent educational toys.
Spectronics introduces the black light invisible signature verification system to the banking industry.
Spectronics provides special effects lighting for ICBM deterrent system blockhouses.
Spectronics is granted its very first U.S. Patent (for X-ray film cassettes).
Spectronics is featured on the cover of Popular Science magazine.
Spectronics moves into its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Westbury, New York.
Spectronics begins manufacturing UV EPROM erasing lamps.
Spectronics develops its first digital UV radiometer for Nondestructive Testing.
Spectronics begins manufacturing UV transilluminators for DNA research.
Spectronics manufactures its first high-volume UV wafer erasing system.
Spectronics introduces fluorescent leak detection to the HVAC/R industry.
Spectronics introduces its Spectrolinker™ UV crosslinkers to the biotechnology market.
Spectronics invents the SuperFreeze™ pipe freezer for the plumbing industry.
Spectronics receives Plant Engineering magazine’s “Product of the Year Award” for its HVAC/R leak detection products.
Spectronics receives the “Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award” from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Auto makers begin installing Spectronics’ fluorescent dye in their vehicles on the production line to locate A/C leaks.
Spectroline® UV lamps are utilized in an experiment on the U.S. Space Shuttle to observe how water acts under weightless conditions.
Spectroline® In an episode of the hit TV series The X-Files, FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder user a Spectroline® UV magnifier lamp to examine “alien remains”.
Spectroline® UV transilluminators and crosslinkers are used for research as part of the Human Genome Project.
Spectronics celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
Spectronics begins manufacturing the state-of-the-art Accumax™ Series Digital UV Radiometers.
Spectronics receives ISO 9001:2008 certification for its quality management system.
Spectronics’ multi-led forensics light source become a standard crime scene investigation tool in a popular TV series.
Spectronics’ introduces ultra-high volume UV wafer erasing systems for the semiconductor industry.
Over 200 million vehicles worldwide now use fluorescent dyes made by Spectronics’ Tracer Products Division.
Spectronics’ AR-GLO® fluorescent dye is installed in the 50 millionth AC&R system.
Spectronics’ industrial fluorescent dyes are NSF Certified to meet G7, GX, HTX-2 and HX-2 food-grade processing requirements.
Spectronics is ranked as one of the largest manufacturing companies on Long Island.
Spectronics installs a state-of-the-art automated bottling assembly line to enhance its dye-filling operation.
Spectronics acquires the assets of H&I Manufacturing Inc., a precision machine shop that does computer-controlled machining.
Spectronics receives AS9100C quality management certification for the aerospace industry.
Spectronics is granted a U.S. patent for its revolutionary Pipe Freezer technology, the fastest, safest and most effective method for forming freeze plugs in pipes.
Spectronics introduces the powerful and long-lasting VIVID™ UV-A LED replacement bulbs for the NDT industry.
Spectronics’ Tracer Products division introduces its LeakFinder™ line of cost-effective leak detection products.