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Lasertec provide Wide selection of various mirrors as protected gold, silver or aluminium. Metallic mirrors are widely used reflection mirrors for a very broad spectral range. Protected gold coatings have the highest reflectance in IR, silver is most efficient in VIS, while aluminium is economical reflector over entire 300-IR region. A layer of dielectric material protects the coatings of the mirrors in order to make them durable. Enhanced metallic coatings provide greater reflection across the operating bandwidth.

The mirrors are with substrate as BK7, FS,Float glass and B270. The mirrors are applied in instrument,spectrophtometer,CO2 lasers and scaner etc.

Protected Gold Mirrors with average reflection >98% for 900 nm - IR. These mirrors have the highest reflectance in infrared.

Protected Silver Mirrors with average reflection >96% for 400 nm-IR. These mirrors feature higher reflectance than aluminium throughout the visible and near-infrared spectral region.

Protected Aluminium Mirrors with average reflection >86% for 300 nm – IR. These mirrors serve as an economical reflector over entire 300-IR region

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