Compared to metal mirrors, dielectric interference mirrors are spectrally less wide and their reflection is angle-dependent. However, they can achieve reflection values in the visible range of more than 99.9% at a vertical angle of incidence.
This is possible because optically high-quality, low-loss interference layer systems are manufactured from pure, absorption-free materials using state-of-the-art coating technology under clean room conditions.
- Highly reflective and semi-transparent reflectors for the optimal setup of various laser systems
- Components for laser experiments in chemistry, physics and metrology
- Various lighting equipment
- Optic devices
- Suitable for wide wavelength ranges from 220 - 3'000 nm
- Suitable for high laser power
- Suitable for angles of incidence from 0° to 45
- High thermal resistance (up to 550°C with quartz glass or sapphire substrates)
- Long-term stable layers, independent of environmental influences
- Extremely durable layers