Curtain protects against laser beam radiation

April 10, 2007

Wilson Industries' opaque Laz-R-Barrier curtain protects against the accidental and chronic occupational skin and eye exposure that results from reflected laser radiation and broad beam optical radiation generated by the laser plume.

A single-layer barrier, LP200 has been scientifically formulated to provide protection from laser beams in the industrial and medical environments. The fabric is flexible, drapable, and can be made into most curtain sizes and shapes.

The curtain is hemmed on all four sides, with grommets along one width side. The ANSI laser symbols are clearly marked on the curtain's outside surface for easy identification.

When supported by the company' Easy Rolling Track System, LP200 is compatible with interlocking circuits to automatically stop the laser when the curtain is opened. Total enclosures, including roof, are available. Accessories, such as goggles, also are available.

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