Lasermet Ltd

Lasermet is a world renowned leader in laser safety, having been heavily involved in the development of the internationally recognised laser safety standards IEC / EN 60825 for many years. 

Lasermet is privately owned and is a ISO 9001 registered company. It was founded in 1987 and has been providing laboratories, hospitals, clinics, manufacturing facilities, universities and many other institutions with all of the laser safety expertise in terms of products and services needed to ensure laser operators, staff and other personnel are kept safe from the potentially damaging effects of laser radiation.

Lasermet’s vast experience in laser safety puts it in a strong position - worldwide - to define and produce laser safety products and services that meet the laser safety standards’ criteria. 

As a result, Lasermet designs, manufactures and installs an extensive range of products covering all aspects of laser safety, notably laser safety cabins for high powered lasers, laser interlock control systems, laser blocking curtains, screens and roller blinds.

Lasermet's headquarters are in Dorset, and the company has overseas offices in Illinois in the US.  The company has a Manufacturing Centre and R&D Development Facility located in Haydock near St Helens, Merseyside, and in addition Lasermet is represented worldwide by a network of Distributors.

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Lasermet’s Laser Castle goes to The Japan International Welding Show 2018

Lasermet’s Laser Castle goes to The Japan International Welding Show 2018

INTECH CO., LTD represent Lasermet in Japan. Pictured here is Yuumi Morimoto of Intech Co Ltd looking after the demonstration Laser Castle – Lasermet’s modular, rapid-build, certified laser safety cabin – at the Japan International Welding Show 2018, Tokyo at the end of April.

Intech Co Ltd has been representing Lasermet in Japan for many years and some of the key features of the modular laser safety cabin can be clearly seen next to Yuumi Morimoto, including the Glaser Jailer – active filter window (which immediately switches off the laser if the window is struck by a laser beam); the new touch-screen (dual channel) laser interlock controller that ensures all the doors are closed before enabling the laser to fire; the dual-colour, dual-message LED warning signs and the sliding door (which can be motorised for automation).

Further options (not shown) include the Laser Jailer (Active Laser Guarding) technology that prevents the escape of any stray laser beam by isolating the laser safety input in less than 50ms if the beam strikes the internals of the cabin, and the integrated fume extraction system – the Swallow

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