Most Class 4 and many Class 3B lasers are dangerous and can present an eye hazard over very long distances. Therefore it is imperative to have physical barriers in place wherever they are present. Laser radiation must be prevented from escaping through the windows of laboratories, production facilities and hospital operating/procedure rooms. Ordinary window blinds are incapable of stopping typical high powered lasers used in industry and medical applications. Laser blocking blinds are needed to protect staff and those passing by.
RT Technologies provides approved laser blinds for medical use and for optical laser safety, including laser blinds for hospitals, operating room laser blinds, and operating room blackout blinds. All of our hospital laser window blinds are made from medical laser blocking material.
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Encapsulated Roller Blinds
Our Laser Safety Encapsulated Roller Blinds are made using the same laser-blocking material as the laser curtains. The roller blind is built into a white finish aluminum frame, which encapsulates the top, and both edges of the blind. The encapsulated laser blocking blind eliminates any possibility of laser beams passing around the sides of the blind, blocks out direct light (not blackout), and provides optimal protection.
Laser Blocking Blind Features:
- Custom Designed Laser Blocking Blinds based on specific customer dimensions
- UV, near infra red, far infra red, and visible light protection
- CE Marked; EN 60825-4 Certified
- Easy to wipe down; fire retardant
- Class 3B and Class 4 Protection
- Designed Specifically for Hospital Operating Rooms and Research Laboratories
- Chain or Crank Operated
- Motorized (Remote) Options
Protection times given by the material at various power densities are shown in the specifications below.
|Irradiated Area||PEL (T3) 10s||PEL(T2) 100s|
|4 mm2||390 w/cm²||220 w/cm²|
|2000 mm2||62 w/cm²||35 w/cm²|