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Laser Research Optics Unveils CO<sub>2</sub> Laser Mirrors for Adverse Environments

Developer of hard crystalline materials, Laser Research Optics has manufactured a complete range of CO2 laser reflectors and mirrors using molybdenum and silicon. The units are manufactured without or with coatings and are suitable for adverse environments.

Laser Mirror

The CO2 laser mirrors are provided with uncoated molybdenum for adverse environments and silicon for general-purpose usage with improved DMBR or copper coatings. They are also offered in copper with gold coatings that are ideal for high-power solutions. The laser mirrors are ideal field replacement for low and high-power CO2 lasers. They have a tolerance of -0.005”/+0.000” and are available in sizes ranging from 1 to 3”. The thickness of the mirrors ranges between 2 and 10 mm.

The laser mirrors are optimized for 10.6µm @t 45°AOI and meet the ISO-10110 and OEM specifications. The silicon mirrors deliver scatter and adsorption losses of less than 2% whereas the molybdenum mirrors attain an average reflectance of over 98.1% with scatter and adsorption of less than 1.9%. The company also offers phase and total retardation reflectors.

Source: http://www.laserresearch.net/

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