Casix own many kinds of coaters, including Veeco coater (IBS) from USA, Optorum coater (OMS) from Japan, Leybold coater (IAD) from Germany, Hanyi coater from Korea and domestic coaters to provide high surface quality, low absorption and high laser damage threshold coatings and various filters for different applications.
CASIX provides a wide variety of coatings from simple single layer antireflective coatings using MgF2 and mirror coatings to complex multilayer dielectric stacks. Typical types of dielectric coatings are BBAR, V-coatings and dual wavelength AR coatings.
Optorun Coater Leybold Coater
Veeco Coater Veeco Coater
Properties and Applications
Single Layer MgF2
Applied to materials with refractive indices from 1.45 to 2.4. The most popular antireflective coating for visible wavelengths. It is
insensitive to change in incidence angles.
Used to provide low reflectance within a narrow durable wavelength band for most laser applications. Minimum reflection can be less than 0.1%.
These coating have excellent performance over a broad special
broadband. Coating performance is sensitive to angle of incidence.
Dual Wavelength Band
Offer very low reflectance at two widely spaced wave lengths, such as Nd: YAG Laser (1064) and its second harmonic (532).
Provide 50% reflection and transmission at an angle of 45° incidence for a single wavelength. Perfect for beamsplitter applications. Transmission/reflection (T/R) ratio of 20/80.
Additional T/R ratios for beamsplitter are available upon request.
Provide 50% reflection and transmission over a wide bandwidth.
CASIX also provides coating with different R/T ratios and specific angles of incidence.
Laser Line Polarizing Beamsplitters
High reflection for s-polarized and antireflection for p-polarized for laser applications.
Broadband Polarizing Beamsplitters
Wide wavelength bandwidths provide high reflection to s-polarized and antireflection to p-polarized.
Dichroic Beamsplitter Mirrors
These coatings separate the laser fun damental and the pump wavelength or the fundamental and the second ha rmonic. They are specifically applied to laser mirrors.
Diode Pumped LaserOptics Coating (DPO)
These coatings are designed for a diode pumped laser. They
can be deposited on a variety of substrates and have a high damage threshold.
Dielectric High Reflective Coatings
Provide high reflectance over a broad bandwidth and are ideal for tunable lasers or white light applications.
Metallic High Reflective Coatings
Metallic coating have low peak reflectance, mechanical durability and a high damage threshold, but they have an extremely broad bandwidth and low cost. They are insensitive to angle of incident
light and polarization.