Extensive selection of tight-tolerance plate and cube, typically polarizing beam splitters from UV to MWIR. PFG offers an extensive variety of plate and cemented beam splitters from UV to MWIR in a vast selection of sizes and glass types. Ranging from neutral density to dichroic to bandpass, including both polarizing and non-polarizing, SGOPTICS can customize these beam splitters to meet your specific application. These beam splitters can be used for right-angle prisms, wedge prisms, penta-prisms, or rhomboids and may be optically cemented or chemically contacted for improved laser damage threshold.
SGOPTICS produces a wide variety of custom thin film polarizers in the UV, visible, and MWIR to meet your specific need. Our laser line polarizers make up high extinction ratio and high damage threshold for use in laser applications. These polarizers display up to 10,000:1 extinction ratio and greater than 98% transmission for P-polarization. Our high damage threshold and excellent mechanical durability provide long operational lifetimes. Our polarizing cubes can be used for laser line or broadband applications. These cubes can be custom designed to meet a range of applications and provide high extinction ratios over a broad range, and can be cemented or chemically contacted for improved laser damage threshold.
Whether using continuous polishers or double-side polishers, we confidently select the optimal process technology, and adhesion and blocking method (pitch, tape/wax or optical contacting) to meet your specifications. Our polishing technicians clearly understand that substrate type, dimensions, blocking method and material, final shaping, aspect ratio and coating, all significantly impact the end result. For wedged optics we have an extensive inventory of tooling, in many instances allowing us to avoid tooling charges and to reduce delivery times to our customers.
Coatings range from the deep ultraviolet through the mid-wave infrared. We provide dielectric and metallic mirrors; as well as notch, edge, dichroic, color substrate and neutral density filters.