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Units 11-12a Isle of Man Freeport, Ballasalla


Laser line mirrors for demanding laser applications

MPO high-performance laser line mirrors are meticulously designed and fabricated to deliver exceptional performance and durability for the most demanding laser applications. Our mirrors are engineered to meet the stringent requirements of high-energy laser systems, ensuring that lasers operate at peak efficiency and with precision and do so over time.

Key characteristics of our LASER LINE mirrors

  • Unparalleled laser-induced damage threshold (LIDT): Withstand the intense power of high-energy lasers without degradation or damage.
  • Exceptional reflectivity: Reflect over 99.8% of incident light, so maximising laser power.
  • Exceptional surface quality: Maintain beam quality and prevent beam distortion for accurate and focused laser beams.
  • Durable construction: Withstand harsh environmental conditions, including high temperatures, different gas environments, vibrations, and shocks, for long-lasting performance.
  • Flatness after coating: our optics are characterised by the highest degree of flatness after coating for ultimate wavefront performance

Our mirrors are the culmination of decades of expertise and unwavering commitment to quality. We utilise advanced manufacturing techniques and rigorous quality control measures to ensure that each mirror meets the highest standards of performance and reliability.

We offer a wide range of standard products. However our aim is to meet our customers’ needs, no matter how challenging. If that means designing and fabricating a custom solution, then that’s what we do.


Laser Line Mirrors

MPO laser line mirrors are engineered to deliver exceptional reflectivity, and resilience to high laser power, and are protected by our high LIDT coatings. Our mirrors enable laser system users to achieve consistency and accuracy of performance over time for wavelengths 193-1550nm.

0° incidence laser line mirrors
Standard product specification and performance data

45° incidence laser line mirrors
Standard product specification and performance data

Metal Mirrors

MPO Metal mirrors are known for their high reflectivity over wider spectral ranges than our dielectrically coated mirrors. This means that they can reflect a large percentage of light, regardless of the wavelength of the light.

Standard product specification and performance data

Roof Mirrors

Roof mirrors are two flat pieces of fused silica that are optically contacted together to form a 90-degree angle. They are widely used in a variety of applications, including laser systems, spectroscopy, and microscopy. MPO roof mirrors offer a number of advantages over other types of mirrors.

Key characteristics
  • Optical stability with temperature: Roof mirrors are insensitive to changes in temperature, which means that the angle of reflection remains fixed. This is important for applications where precise alignment is required.
  • Insensitivity to angle tilt and alignment: Roof mirrors are insensitive to angle tilt and alignment. This makes them easy to use and reduces the need for complex optical mounts.
  • Fixed angle of reflection: Roof mirrors produce a reflected beam with a fixed angle. This can negate the need for complex optical mounts to align two mirrors.
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Visit the section on TT mirrors to find out more about our range of optical mirrors for ultrafast laser systems with very high reflectivity, low group delay dispersion (GDD) and high laser-induced damage threshold (LIDT).