Spectronics Corporation Appointed to Eminent Overseas Automotive Council

Spectronics Corporation has joined the board of the Overseas Automotive Council (OAC) of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association(AASA). Spectronics is the parent company of Tracer Products which has been at the forefront of automotive leak detection technology for more than half a century. The AASA is a recognized industry change agent – promoting a collaborative environment, providing…

TRITAN 365 NDT Lamp NOW ASTM E3022 Compliant

The Spectroline® TRITAN 365 (TRI-365SBLC) inspection lamp is now tested to comply with the ASTM E3022 Standard (as well as already being certified to meet Rolls-Royce RRES 90061 Requirements). According to ASTM International, this standard measures emission characteristics of ultraviolet lamps, which are key tools for important safety and quality testing in a variety of…

“Making It All Work” Spectronics Featured in High-Tech Publication

Spectronics is featured in InnovateLI, the new publication covering Long Island’s burgeoning hi-tech sector. In the story Spectronics president Jon Cooper sits down with the publication’s managing editor Gregory Zeller to talk about the company’s beginnings here on Long Island as well as Jon’s plans for Spectronics’ future and how that will impact local jobs. “I set a goal of…

Spectronics Appoints Silverman Chief Financial Officer as Continuation of Growth Plan

Spectronics Corporation has appointed Fred Silverman as its Chief Financial Officer. Silverman’s addition to the senior management team is part of Spectronics’ ongoing, multi-year growth plan. Silverman has been an outside financial advisor to Spectronics since he first started as an accountant in 1979. He recently concluded a successful 30-year career at the CPA firm…

The Fact Is…Not All Leak Detection Methods Are Created Equal

Leaks are often virtually impossible to find with conventional methods until they result in expensive systems failures. Spectroline fluorescent tools quickly locate the smallest and most elusive leaks, including intermittent and simultaneous multiple leaks that would otherwise be missed. The Spectroline method saves labor, money, and downtime, as it also conserves expensive fluids.