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Versatile & Innovative Laser Weld Protection Solutions

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Meet the Retractable Laser Weld Screen by LZRTect - a dynamic solution for welding safety on the move. Swift and efficient, these screens provide reliable protection against lasers, sparks, heat, UV light and debris. Versatile and cost-effective, they redefine welding protection in any industrial setting, ensuring safety where ever your work leads.

Solutions Tailored to Your Needs​

Easy Operation

LZRTect can be easily pulled or retracted when needed, ensuring steady protection during welding. The operator simply walks the guard from the roller tube to the J-hooks located on the opposite side of the work cell.

Flexibility

The flexible design allows the weld screen to be adapted to different environments and working conditions. The shield can be positioned at various angles, and its width can be easily adjusted to ensure optimal welding protection, making it an ideal solution for any environment with diverse welding needs.

Optimal Protection

LZRTect provides optimal protection with a max irradiance of 250W/cm2 and protection against diffusion beams, ensuring the safety of the operator and the work environment.

Mounting Options

LZRTect has various mounting options such as wall mounts and mobile bases that allow for easy mobility and various welding setups, providing versatility and adaptability in any workspace.

Designed of IPG Lightweld

LZRTect is designed specifically for the IPG LightWeld product, ensuring maximum compatibility and effectiveness.

Magnetic Interlock Integration

Seamless integration with a magnetic interlock is possible, allowing for enhanced safety and security measures.

Safe Work in any Enviroment​

With a portable and durable design, these screens can be quickly moved to any welding location, eliminating the need for large sections of stationary guards while still providing protection against welding lasers, welding sparks, heat, ultraviolet light, and flying debris.

Safe Work in any Enviroment​

With a portable and durable design, these screens can be quickly moved to any welding location, eliminating the need for large sections of stationary guards while still providing protection against welding lasers, welding sparks, heat, ultraviolet light, and flying debris.

Calculate Your Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance (NOHD)

The Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance (NOHD), sometimes referred to as the Nominal Hazard Distance, is the distance along the axis of the emitted beam at which the irradiance is equal to the MPE. The NOHD is dependent on beam characteristics such as the power, diameter, and divergence.

To help you calculate the safe distance to place your LZRTect Weld Screen, we have come up with an equation. Please input the number of watts your Laser Welder produces.

Calculations are made based off the IPG Laser Welder and our 250 W/cm2 Laser Screen

** Always consult with your LSO on your most accurate NOHD *

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