Rockfort Associate Private Limited

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Anti Reflective Coatings



Buy the best quality Anti Reflective Coatings at market leading prices, from us. We are amid the prominent Suppliers in the town. One can stay assured for high quality of the offered lot as we design and develop it using the best in line raw material and modern work methods. In addition to this, we make sure that the material is sourced from the trusted places only.

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  • Magnesium fluoride (MgF2) is commonly used for single-layer antireflection coatings. MgF2 is almost ideal low refractive index material because it has wide transparent range, good adhesion, high durability and high laser induced damage threshold. It is a good choice for the coating of some crystals, such as BBO,KTP and YAG etc.
  • Multilayer Anti reflective Coatings (Part No.: VAR) - Rockford offers a full range of V-Coatings from 250nm to 3000nm. This type of coatings can attain the lowest reflectivity at the center wavelength, which can be adjusted to your required wavelength and angle.
  • Multilayer Broadband Anti reflective Coatings (Part No.: WAR) - Different from single layer MgF2 broadband anti reflective coating, the multilayer Broadband antireflective coating can reaches higher transmission for broadband spectrum. Therefore, it is the ideal for a wide range of wavelengths laser and white light application. Please notify that the wavelength range and reflectivity of the coating are obviously changed according to the incident angle.
  • Dual Wavelength Band Anti reflective Coatings (Part No.: DAR) - This coating allows two center wavelengths radiation pass through the substrate with low reflectivity. It is often used in frequency doubling systems or the other muti-laser output systems, such as LBO AR-1064/532 or AR-1535/629 and so on.The lower reflectivity at certain wavelengths could be ordered specially.