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Fused Silica Optical Flats

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Transmission Flats 4” and 6”
from Tower Optical Corporation

The surface flatness of plano elements such as mirrors, prisms and windows can be verified by the use of an interferometer in conjunction with a transmission flat. Transmission flats are used when measuring the surface flatness or transmitted wavefront of flat surfaces or optics. The Tower 4 ”... [See More]

  • Optical Flat Material: Fused Silica
  • Optical Flat Diameter, Side Length, or Rectangular Length: 114 to 181
  • Optical Flat Shape: Circular
  • Thickness: 19 to 28.2
Single Sided Optical Flats
from Advanced Optics, Inc.

Single sided optical flats are used as a reference (test plate) against which the flatness of an unknown surface can be compared. Advanced Optics offers single sided optical flats made of low expansion borosilicate glass, fused silica, fused quartz and ZERODUR ® up to 8 inches in diameter. [See More]

  • Optical Flat Material: Fused Silica
  • Optical Flat Diameter, Side Length, or Rectangular Length: 25.4 to 203
  • Optical Flat Shape: Circular
  • Thickness: 12.7 to 33.78