Products & Services

See also: Categories | Featured Products | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1 2 3 Next

Conduct Research Top

  • Laser Safety Guidelines
    Laser light, because of its special properties, poses safety hazards not associated with light from. conventional sources. The safe use of lasers requires that all laser users, and everyone near the. laser system, are aware of the dangers involved.
  • Laser Safety-Why it Matters
    While most people are aware of the dangers associated with misuse of laser-pointers, little is known about the extent to which lasers are found in every day work-environments. A worker may be exposed to lasers while scanning a bar code, performing a procedure in a medical or veterinary practice
  • ELDS - Enhanced Laser Diode Spectroscopy
    in a variety of applications. However, due to a number of significant shortcomings, LDS has not seen widespread application in the detection of hazardous gases for safety related applications. Enhanced Laser Diode Spectroscopy (ELDS) has been developed to overcome the shortcomings of previous LDS
  • Stability of Silicon Photodiodes for Laser Emission Measurements (.pdf)
    The introduction of laser emission safety regulations will necessitate simple instruments for user monitoring and regulatory purposes. These instruments must be capable of being accurately calibrated and maintaining their calibrations over long periods and a fairly wide temperature range
  • Smile! U.S. Dental Labs are Now Using Laser Technology
    a solution. In order to distinguish themselves from the competition and ensure the safety of the public, many US dental labs are using new laser technologies to engrave "Made in the USA " or their company name/logo on their crowns. These dental labs are using marking systems offered by Laser Photonics
  • How Digital Laser Material Processing Works: Understanding the Fundamentals of DC Glass and RF Metal Lasers
    There are major differences between DC glass and RF metal lasers that impact the speed and quality of laser processing, operator safety, laser service life and requirements for additional support equipment.
  • 3D Laser Scanning: Benefits and Paybacks for Industrial Plant Design, Construction and Operation (.pdf)
    This paper summarizes the economic benefits of applying 3D laser scanning technologies to the design, construction and operation of industrial plants. We examine how these technologies deliver four main benefits: risk mitigation; cost reduction and schedule compression; improved safety for capital
  • Enhanced Laser Diode Spectroscopy Design for High Integrity Gas Detection Applications (.pdf)
    Operators of gas detection systems used in safety-critical applications are increasingly looking for rugged, fixed, open path (line-of-site) gas detectors featuring high safety integrity with low cost of ownership. This paper describes how ELDS TM open path gas detection (OPGD) meets this demand
  • Safety Guides New Syringe Designs
    for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) has promoted the use of AD syringes, and from 2001 to 2004 has catalyzed the use of almost 1 billion AD syringes [5]. Drug Delivery: The "Great Equalizer " The Needle Gets Another Shot Laser Drilling Tablets for Use in Osmotic and Other Novel Drug Delivery Systems
  • Medical Device Link .
    OEM modules. Available accessories include laser safety goggles, IR convertor cards, and optical-fibre tools. Machine forms and inspects glass tubing A company produces a range of visual inspection equipment for vials, ampoules, cartridges, and syringes. One of the machines available from Vimec

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire