Passive laser safety cabins can be built by Lasermet in hours and can be built around an in-situ laser robot or laser machine.
The active version of the Laser Castle – the Laser Jailer – is also built on a modular basis. Once the Laser Castle modular walls and roof are completed, (usually within a day), the active panels can be attached to the structure. When the active laser guarding panels completely cover the internal walls, roof and doors, they are electrically connected to the laser safety interlock controller. The way in which this patented active laser guarding system works means that if a laser beam strikes any of the active panels, Lasermet’s fail-safe technology isolates the laser safety input in less than 50ms.
The Laser Castle laser safety enclosure has already been installed to house laser machines in Europe with lasers from 6kW up to 20kW. The enclosures are certified to conform to the international laser safety standard EN 60825-4 (Safety of Laser Products Part 4 – Laser Guards).