The brand new All Star laser safety goggles from Laservision are versatile and provide high laser protection. They feature a highly efficient outside reinforcement, providing protection against scratches.
In addition to the certified plastic window P2008 for CO2 lasers Laservision has developed a second plastic window P2009 certified with L protection levels according to EN 207 for Nd:YAG laser applications.
Laservision has released a number of new photonics safety products, including two new safety goggles for laser and LED use, and a new range of safety windows.
Laservision has introduced laser safety goggles with small head straps and malleable temples, allowing the user to adjust the inclination of the frame, for extra comfort
Laservision is one of the first manufacturers of safety spectacles worldwide to demonstrate that its eyewear meets the mode-locked specification of European laser eyewear standard EN 207.
Laservision has introduced its new polycarbonate pink filter P1205 which provides excellent colour recognition, especially in the red, which is especially useful in medical treatments.
Laservision has developed a sophisticated filter that has now successfully passed the independent testing for R L7 and R L8 suitable for protection against q-swtiched laser beams.
Laser Physics have introduced three new products to improve laser safety: laser safety eyewear, an interlock system, and a software suite to assist calculations associated with laser safety standards.
Photonic Solutions has released a new range of laser safety eyewear that is lightweight, stylish and practical. This improved comfort is hoped to increase usage.
The increase in laser power over recent years has meant the people who operate lasers need higher-protection safety glasses, which can become heavier and less comfortable than using conventional materials.