The revised range of polymer and glass-based styles, which are designed to maximise visibility while providing unsurpassed attenuation, have been complemented with the Laser-Gard® range of aviation spectacles – to protect pilots against the hazard of laser pointers – and configurable optical table laser barrier systems.
In addition, Honeywell Sperian also offer a range of protective goggles and window materials for use in the laser lab.
Manufactured to stringent European and ANSI standards in an ISO certified state-of-the-art facility, Honeywell Sperian’s products offer superior performance, with their eyewear ensuring comfort and style like no others.
To discuss you laser safety requirements, please contact us.
The Elliot Scientific Opto-Mechanics Catalogue has been revised and expanded for 2012. Over 450 pages now make up the comprehensive 15Mb PDF that’s downloadable using the link above, from links on the Elliot Scientific website or can be read online at Issuu. The catalogue includes details and drawings of all our Flexures, Stages and Slides, plus information on accessories, hardware for optical tables, custom designs and specialist systems.
Also released are three ‘mini-catalogues’ extracted from the main publication that detail the XYZ Flexure Stage, Miniature Positioner and Lab Essentials ranges. These can also be downloaded from their relevant pages by clicking on the links above, or from various pages dotted around our website or read online at Issuu along with our other publications.
Alternatively, contact us and we can email you the catalogue of choice.
Mid-September sees the return of the biennial conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics. This year, the event runs from September 18th to 22nd at the University of Oxford Physics Department (Clarendon Laboratory), and at Balliol College, Oxford.
Elliot Scientific will be attending as a sponsor on Monday, September 19th and we will be demonstrating a range of equipment that will be of interest to the delegates with backgrounds in atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics.
The Clarendon Laboratory will also welcome visitors interested in physics who are not attending the conference. So, if you are in the area, please drop by to say hello.
This international conference will cover a range of AMOP physics including:
- Ultracold Matter
- Quantum Information and Computing
- Ultrafast Phenomena
- Coherent Control
- Plasma Physics
- Atomic & Molecular Interactions
For more information, visit the QuAMP website.