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We’re creating world-class clean-air technologies for mobile and stationary applications that help make life, and the air we breathe, better for everyone.

Enabling the World to Breathe Easier

Enabling the World to Breathe Easier

Our first foray into clean-air technologies began when we invented the cellular ceramic substrate more than four decades ago, in order to help automakers meet U.S. Clean Air Act regulations. Today, Corning is as committed as ever to researching, developing, and engineering products that improve the quality of the air we breathe.

We create ceramic substrates and particulate filters that form the core of world-class pollution control systems for mobile and stationary applications – from light-duty passenger cars to heavy-duty trucks, construction equipment, power plants, and more. These systems deliver consistent, reliable, and durable performance under demanding conditions. Backed by a global network of service, engineering, and manufacturing facilities, Corning provides the quality products, market understanding, and dependable supply to help customers meet or exceed environmental regulations.


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Recent News

Corning Launches New FLORA™ Substrates with Honda Motor Company

Corning Launches FLORA™ Substrates with Honda

news, 05-Feb-2015

Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) announces the introduction of Corning® FLORA™ 600/3 substrates, a next-generation ceramic product designed to reduce vehicle emissions at engine start.

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Corning Expands Light-Duty Filter Capacity in Germany

Corning Expands Light-Duty Filter Capacity

news, 30-Oct-2014

Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) today hosted a ceremony to recognize capacity enhancements at its manufacturing facility in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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