Laser Debris Shields
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As we approach our 100th Anniversary as a leader in the Custom Optics Industry, we at ULC continue our legacy of responding to our customers’ needs by introducing Debris Shields for high energy laser applications. Also called Laser Protective Windows or Cover Slides, these Debris Shields are specifically designed by ULC to prevent significant damage to the valuable optical components in laser beam delivery systems caused from dust, shrapnel, fumes, fragments and other pollutants originating from the target during laser processing. Our Debris Shields offer a cost effective solution to greatly extending the service life of expensive high power refractive and reflective optics.
ULC offers complete customization by specifically designing and producing these components for major laser manufacturers’ substrate dimensions, material and surface accuracy, with tight tolerances, highest optical surface quality, flatness and parallelism to <1 arc second. Robotic/Automatic Edging & Beveling allows diamond edge finishes per MIL-PRF-13830B, MIL-I-45208 & ISO-10110 specifications, as well as, high efficiency Anti-Reflective coatings from 248nm - 2500nm wavelengths to optimize transmission. Our Debris Shields are independently certified to withstand power densities up to 28J/cm2 @ Nd:Yag Pulsed, 10ns/20Hz Laser Damage Threshold testing while maintaining superior transmitted wavefront and can be tailored for various laser wavelengths.
In addition, ULC offers the Guide to Debris Shield Manufacturing and Procurement. This free resource details the importance of high-quality debris shields, while informing readers about the specifications of ULC’s Debris Shield Products. To receive your complimentary copy and for more information visit our website or contact a sales representative for technical discussions and optical inquiries.
ULC is an ITAR registered & ISO 9001:2008 certified, Optical Component Manufacturer in USA serving the Defense/Aerospace & Commercial Photonics Industry since 1916.