Acrylic Laser Protective Windows according to DIN EN 207

Better to be Safe than Sorry
Acrylic Laser Protective Windows according to DIN EN 207 (PresseBox) (Olching, ) Unlike laser safety eyewear, laser protective windows do not legally have to be certified according to DIN EN 207. LASER COMPONENTS does it anyway - for the customer's saftety and peace of mind.

The acrylic laser protectice windows not only take the optical density (OD) into account but durability as well. It is indicated how long the windows withstand radiation; therefore, the most important filter types - 6NDY, BB2, and IR3 - are certified according to EN207. With these three filters, the wavelength range from UV to IR is covered (i.e., from 180 nm to 10.6 μm). Depending on the wavelength, protective levels up to DLB7 can be achieved.

In the standard sizes from 100 mm x 200 mm to 915 mm x 1219 mm, the protective windows are now available in stock.

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