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Laservision Glass Filters

Filters with the highest optical densities (OD)


Each of the different materials used for absorption filters, plastics and glass, does have advantages and disadvantages with respect to protection and comfort, and also possible damage symptoms are quite different when hit by a laser. Glass filters will break due to the thermal distortion in cases where the damage threshold is exceeded. That's why LASERVISION glass filters are enhanced by splinter protection (lamination with neutral glass) as standard to avoid injuries. In addition, the splinter protection will also keep the protection effective.

Glass filters are clearly superior to plastic fitlers in terms of thermal stability of the filter material and are therefore suitable for CW lasers or medium to high power.


  • Highest Optical Densities (OD)
  • Combination of filters for different wavelength
  • Different frame styles
  • Special filters for high power mode-locked lasers
  • Splinter protection by lamination
  • Available as cabin window (limited size)

Click on the models tab for a full list of the glass filters available, and a link to Laservision's website to view the specifications and transmission curve for each filter. Alternatively, send us the details of your laser and we will make a recommendation for you.

Filter TypeColourFull ProtectionAlignment Protection
T01Orange355nm, 532nm-
T06Light grey950nm to 2200nm and CO2-
T07Light grey900 to 1100nm-
T08Clear5.4µm, 9-11µm-
T12RedArgon ion, 355nm, 532nm-
T13Orange266nm, 355nm, 532nm-
T26Light grey950nm to 1400nm, CO2
T39BrownUV to 532nm, 750nm to 1100nm
Mode-locked lasers
T48Green690nm to 1320nm
Mocked-locked lasers 720-1200nm
T58Green720nm to 1320nm633nm
T68Green750nm to 1100nm, 10.6µm
Mode-locked lasers 750-1064nm
633 and 670nm
T81Green630 - 690nm
T82Green630 - 690nm
T96Light grey

Click on the link above to go to Laservision's website and view the specifications and tranmission curve for each filter


Laservision catalogue (9MB pdf)                           Read more on Laservision's website