Synthetic Fused Silica for High Optical Performance - DUV to UV/VIS Optics
Suprasil® 1 and Suprasil® 2 are high purity synthetic fused silica materials available in different grades for different applications.
Both grades are made from flame hydrolysis and are homogeneous in the primary functional direction. Both grades are made with low impurities and therefore have low absorption in the DUV, UV and Visible range.
Synthetic Fused Silica for High Optical Performance and High Power NIR Optics
This high purity synthetic fused silica is suited for high energy lasers needing low absorption in the 900 nm to 1400 nm range, 190 nm to 3000 nm wide band applications with high transmission, and other broadband applications from UV to NIR requiring optimized material properties.
Synthetic Fused Silica: Spectrosil® 2000
Spectrosil is a chlorine and bubble free synthetic fused silica ideal for deep UV optical applications. It features exceptional optical transmission in the deep ultraviolet and visible spectrums with a range from below 180 nm through 2000 nm.
Synthetic Fused Silica for High Optical Performance: DUV to NIR Optics and HE Laser Optics
This high purity synthetic fused silica material features a high degree of homogeneity and is manufactured by flame hydrolysis of SiCI4. These materials provide a high degree of radiation to damage and as such, are the preferred materials in high energy applications.
Glass Fabrication & Thin Film Coatings for Bio-Tech Applications
Abrisa Technologies' glass fabrication, specialty glass offerings, and thin film coatings expertise can support such applications as: diagnostic imaging (X-ray, CT, PET), endoscopy, ophthalmology, microscopy, and a host of other life science and medical test device applications.
PROTEUS High Durability IR Anti-Reflection Coatings
Artemis Optical announces their newly qualified PROTEUS High Durability Anti-Reflection (PROTEUS HDAR) coating which overcomes the long standing issue of high durability with the consequential loss of transmission. Meeting and exceeding additional MIL-STD environmental tests including severe abrasion, adhesion, temperature and humidity, this MWIR coating is the ideal solution for front lens and window applications that demand high transmission / high durability performance.
Deposition Sciences' sputtered optical coatings operate in the LWIR range and are created through their MicroDyn® reactive sputtering deposition process. This sputtering process delivers 8-µm long-wave pass and 10-µm narrow-bandpass filters with good blocking capabilities, and creates rugged multilayer and multispectral thin-film coatings. While DSI’s coatings can be used in a wide array of applications such as biomedical, digital imaging, life sciences, space/satellites, military/defense, and more, their sputter coatings are particularly ideal for projects involving thermal imaging or gas sensing.
Precision Optical Coatings and Thin Film Filters
Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI) provides highly durable, optical thin film filters for biomedical, life sciences, space/satellites, military/defense, and more. Precision coating capabilities range from UV, Visible, NIR, MWIR, out to LWIR. DSI’s MicroDyn® reactive sputtering deposition process enables rugged multilayer and multispectral thin-film coatings.
Highly Durable, Wide Angle Broadband Anti-Reflective (BBAR) Coatings
Ideal for gimbal windows and sensor detector assemblies on unmanned systems, these Highly Durable, Wide Angle Broadband Anti-Reflective (BBAR) Coatings are available from Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI). These highly specialized coatings address the need for a highly durable, angle-insensitive (FOV 0-30 degrees) glare- reducing coating on sapphire substrates in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
IR Optical Coatings for Military/Aerospace Applications
Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI) offers specialized coatings for high performance in the infrared (IR) spectrum which are ideal for many military, aerospace, and industrial tasks that require sophisticated, robust coating solutions. These coatings operate in the 3 to 5 micron and the 8 to 12 micron infrared (IR) spectral regions.