Laser beam dumps from Laser Components

Laser Components supplies an extensive range of beam delivery components from partner Haas LTI, ranging from laser process heads to beam expanders and beam directing components such as beam benders and splitter units.

There will be times that an unwanted portion of a beam within a system must be blocked in a controlled manner. For this purpose, Laser Components supplies beam dumps in 19mm, 25mm, 38mm and 50mm aperture configurations to complement various beam delivery aperture ranges. 

These beam dumps may be brass coated for applications using 1070nm to 10.6um, or copper for 355nm to 532nm.  hey feature an internal cone structure to more effectively absorb the laser radiation and prevent back reflection and may be either air or water cooled to suit different power levels. A range of mounting configurations are available.

Laser Components (UK) Ltd

Goldlay House
114 Parkway
Chelmsford
CM2 7PR
UNITED KINGDOM

01245 491499

info@lasercomponents.co.uk

https://www.lasercomponents.com

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