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Western Safety Products, Inc. 505 South Lander St., Seattle, WA 98134
Toll Free: (888) 823-0808 • Phone: (206) 264-0808 • Fax: (206) 264-4921
Website: http://www.westernsafety.comsales@westernsafety.com

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Laservision Index

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Laservision Page 1 Laservision Frames for Filters; F01, F02, F03, F04, F08, F09
Laservision Page 2 Laservision Frames for Filters; R10, F12, F14, F15, F16, F19
Laservision Page 3 Glass Laser Filters T5E01, T5E02 and T5E03
Laservision Page 4 Glass Laser Filters T5H02, T5H03 and T5H04
Laservision Page 5 Glass Laser Filters T5K02, T5M01 and T5L03
Laservision Page 6 Polycarbonate Laser Filters P5E01, P5E02 and P5E03
Laservision Page 7 Polycarbonate Laser Filters P5F01, P5H01 and P5H02
Laservision Page 8 Polycarbonate Laser Filters P5C01, P5L02 and P5K01
Laservision Page 9 Polycarbonate Laser Filter P5D04 and Glass/Nanospec Coated Filter T5K01
Laservision Page 10 Glass and Polycarbonate Laser Alignment Filters T5B02, P5B02 and P5B03
Laservision Page 11 Laser Viewing Sheets, Laser Barriers, Faceshields, Laser Safety Signage



Polycarbonate laser protective eyewear provide laser safety officers with excellent low cost, lightweight safety solutions but may have slightly lower ODs and visible light transmission (VLT) values than absorbing glass filters or dielectric coated filters.
Absorbing glass filters generally provide higher optical densities, better VLT values but at a slightly higher cost per pair when compared to polycarbonate safety eyewear.
Nanospec coated filters provide precise protection at specific laser wavelengths and also have excellent VLT values. This is accomplished by applying physical vapor deposition (PVD) technology of dielectric materials upon various optically transparent or absorptive substrates. Precise (1/4 wavelength thickness) vapor depositions of alternate HI-LO index of refraction dielectric coatings or films are applied directly to absorptive polycarbonate or glass filter materials. This technology provides laser protection by reflective as well as absorptive properties.
By capitalizing on the desirable absorptive and reflective characteristics of various laser filter technologies Laservision can also bond or laminate two (or more) types of filters together utilizing special optical adhesive lamination technology to extend the spectral protection range of a single type of eyewear filter to cover a broader range of laser wavelengths.
We use an instrument called a spectrophotometer to measure optical densities. The measurements of laser protective filters are recorded over an entire range of wavelengths from which optical density and visible light transmission data is generated to verify the absorptance, reflective or transmissive properties. This information is analyzed and permanently recorded on the eyewear.
OD (Optical Density)
Transmission in %
Attenuation Factor
Example of an OD (Optical Density) Scan
Some Examples of Laser Filters


Laservision Light Spectrum Chart