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Laser Safety Filter Technology


Laser Safety Filter Technology

Polycarbonate Filter Technology for Laser Eyewear

Laservision offers the most advanced collection of polymer or polycarbonate laser safety eyewear filters.

We employ leading material science and state of the art production facilities to consistently produce the most advanced laser absorbers and coatings. Our development efforts have resulted in a truly complete line of polycarbonate laser eyewear for nearly all low to moderate power laser applications. Polycarbonate filters are:

  • Lightweight
  • Economical
  • Best suited for low-mid power density laser applications

Glass Filter Technology for Laser Eyewear

Glass laser eyewear sets the standard in the moderate to high power laser categories.

Laservision leads the industry in the production of specialty glass filters for laser eye protection. All Laservision glass filters are produced at our advanced glass processing facility according to exacting standards. With over 14 standard glass filters our selection of glass laser safety eyewear is second to none. In addition to our standard product line, Laservision tailors custom glass filters specifically to your application requirements. Glass filters offer:

  • Improved visible transmission (VLT)
  • Excellent color balance

Thin-Film-Coated Filter Technology for Laser Eyewear

Thin-film-coated laser eyewear from Laservision sets the gold standard for laser safety.

The advanced materials lab at Laservision creates superior reflective coatings that offer the highest levels of protection and visible transmission for all laser applications.

Our Nanospec technology can be applied to both polycarbonate and glass lenses for any laser application.

If advanced protection and excellent visible transmission are what your application demands, consider Laservision Nanospec laser eyewear as your solution. Nanospec technology provides:

  • High optical density reflective coatings.
    Optical density is the attenuation of light that passes through an optical filter. The higher the OD value the higher the attenuation. The mathematic expression of optical density is the logarithm to the base ten of the reciprocal of the transmittance and is given by the following equation:

    D = -log10 T. The optical density is a measure that indicates how many decimal places the transmission shifts at the required wavelength.

  • Premium visible transmission and color balance
  • Protection for many laser applications, low-high power densities

For any questions about Laservision laser eyewear filter technologies, please call 651-357-1800.