From correcting vision to treating cancer, lasers have a variety of uses inside hospitals and clinics. As with any application involving a laser, rigorous attention needs to be paid to safety. However, this becomes more difficult when the user isn’t an engineer and may be performing delicate life-saving procedures.
Laservision has introduced a new blue polycarbonate laser safety window, the P5P10, provides improved visibility, higher protection and better impact resistance over conventional green laser safety windows
Laservision has introduced absorptive acrylic windows to meet most laser safety requirements
Laservision has introduced its F16 laser safety spectacle frames, compatible with the company's range of polycarbonate filters
LaserVision has launched its Roll-Up model flexible laser safety barrier for laser users requiring a temporary and portable laser safety solution
Laservision has developed a laser safety dome, designed especially for demonstration of laser applications in public areas or at trade shows
Laservision has released laser viewing sheets and windows, ideal for laser enclosures and rooms. They provide safe viewing of lasers from outside the nominal hazard zone
Laservision has developed a brand new plastic filter, especially for medical treatments.
Laservision has developed new carry options for its goggles, which are an alternative solution to the DUO – FLEX temples.
Laservision has released a filter that protects users working with red line, cross, dot, or pilot lasers in the milli-watt range.