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Multi-wavelength material Patricks 6/21/2005
I am currently doing work where we are looking for a material that is good at transmitting both mid to high IR wavelengths and also most visible wavelengths. To make things better, it has to be durable, and most of all very light. Any suggestions on what might work for this?

Thanks for any help.

Patrick Simons
Patrick.Simons@honeywell.com
 
Re:Multi-wavelength material Patricks 6/22/2005
What about coatings that satisfy these requirements? any ideas on those?
 
Re:Multi-wavelength material Bob Berry 6/22/2005
Check out
http://infrared.als.lbl.gov/IRwindows.html
http://www.crystran.co.uk
http://www.mt-berlin.com/charts/chart_05.htm#INDEX7
http://www.irfilters.reading.ac.uk/home.htm


I'm sure you will find something suitable.
 
Re:Multi-wavelength material Tony Holliday (HAWK IR) 6/24/2005
Hi Pat,

Hawk IR manufacture a complete IR Sightglass unit that transmits in the bands you want. The CLIRVU coating which protects the crystal against mositure is standard.

Let me know if we can help.

Best regards,


Tony Holliday
Hawk IR International Ltd.
Email. tony.holliday@hawk-ir.com
Toll Free. 1-877-4-HAWKIR
Web. www.hawk-ir.com
 


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