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Tuesday21 November 2017

Lasermet standard laser screen

Lasermet Laser Blocking Screens are offered in standard and heavy-duty options. Both are made from materials which have been specially developed by Lasermet using their expert understanding of practical laser safety requirements. These screens can be used to block lasers of all wavelengths.

Lasermet Laser Blinds

Most Class 4 and many Class 3B lasers present an eye hazard over very long distances and it is therefore imperative to have comprehensive laser safety protection in place wherever they are present. Laser radiation must be prevented from escaping through the windows of laboratories and production facilities. Ordinary roller blind material is rarely capable of stopping a laser beam and specially-designed laser blocking products are required.

Lasermet’s laser-blocking roller blinds are designed to protect against accidental exposure to the laser beam or for long term blocking of laser radiation at lower power densities where Class 3B or Class 4 lasers are in use. The material has been developed by Lasermet specifically to provide the most cost-effective and high-quality solutions to virtually all laser-blocking requirements.

Lasermet Glaser Jailer

Lasermet's Active Laser Safety Window, known as the Glaser Jailer, is a failsafe safety system that enables high powered lasers to be switched off virtually immediately if the laser beam inadvertently strikes the window.

Usually fitted into the panels or doors of the Laser Castle (Laser Safety Cabin), Glaser Jailer is connected to the interlock control system to enable laser welding operations to be viewed safely from outside the cabin.

This enables multi-kilowatt lasers (up to 10kW) used for welding, cutting and cladding to be made safe, preventing harm to personnel and preventing damage to surrounding infrastructure. The Glaser Jailer window is suitable for all laser powers, wavelengths and waveforms.

Integrated into Lasermet's Laser Jailer active laser guarding system, it provides a complete active solution. Currently in operation worldwide, this revolutionary active, patented technology is already tested and proven.

Glaser Jailer windows are constantly monitored by the interlock control system when the laser is in operation. A direct hit by a powerful laser will cause the window to activate the interlock controller which then turns the laser off. This failsafe technology isolates the laser safety input in less than 50 milli-seconds.

The window should be replaced following a direct hit, but only following an investigation into the cause of the direct hit and when corrective measures have been taken to prevent it happening again.

Laser Safety Australia is a division of Lastek Pty Ltd

Lastek Pty Ltd

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Thebarton SA 5031

Australia

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