Laser Blocking Screens

Safety Screens
To protect personnel from Class 4 and Class 3B lasers it is imperative to have comprehensive laser safety protection in place. Laser radiation must be prevented from escaping from labs and manufacturing facilities using certified equipment.
  • Portable
  • Lightweight
  • High Specification Protection
  • CE marked and certified to BS EN IEC 60825-4 Safety of Laser Products Part 4: Laser Guards

Comprehensive laser safety protection must be in place in order to shield personnel from Class 4 and Class 3B lasers. Using approved equipment, laser radiation must be kept contained within labs and manufacturing facilities.

In order to enable safe continuation of other work in the same room during service, facilities that use Class 1 lasers—which are classified as Class 4 under service conditions—may need free-standing screens. Also, where a production line uses a Class 4 laser for cutting and welding, it is impractical for the whole facility to observe Class 4 safety regulations. The laser facility can become a Class 1 system, though, if complete enclosures are used.

In order to prevent unintentional exposure to the laser beam or to permanently block laser radiation at lower power densities, Lasermet offers a variety of free-standing laser-blocking screens that can be used as passive guards to enclose areas where Class 3B or Class 4 lasers are in use.

All Lasermet laser-blocking screens are CE marked and certified to BS EN IEC 60825-4 Safety of Laser Products Part 4: Laser Guards.

Given that they are all movable, the screens can be installed briefly, semi-permanently, or permanently depending on the situation.

These variables height laser blocking screens were produced as a special requirement for the National Physical Laboratory
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