Ekspla Picosecond SBS compressed high energy Nd:YAG lasers SL230 series


SL 200 series lasers are excellent solution for applications, where high energy picosecond pulses are needed. Not like conventional mode-locked lasers that typically use saturable nonlinear absorption or Kerr lensing to produce ultrafast pulses, the SL200 series lasers employ backward stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS) in liquid for the same purpose.

Ekspla Picosecond SBS compressed high energy Nd:YAG lasers SL330 series


SL 300 series laser is excellent solution for applications that require high energy picosecond pulses. Pulse compression during backwardstimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS), used in EKSPLA SL300 series lasers, is simple and cost effective way for generating picosecond pulses and has unique capability of producing pulses with tunable duration.  

Ekspla High repetition rate and high pulse energy picosecond amplifiers APL2200 series

Ekspla APL2200

APL2200 series picosecond amplifiers are designed to produce up to 60 mJ picosecond pulses at kilohertz pulse repetition rate. Short pulse duration, excellent pulse-to-pulse stability, superior beam quality makes APL2200 series diode pumped picosecond amplifiers well suited for applications like OPCPA pumping, material processing, non-linear optics and others.

Ekspla PL2230 series high energy full DPSS mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers


The first commercial fully diode pumped high pulse energy mode-locked laser, producing 28 ps pulses with up to 40 mJ pulse energy at a 50 Hz pulse repetition rate.

Ekspla PL2250 series high energy picosecond mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers


Featuring up to 100 mJ pulse energy and <30 picosecond (20 ps optional) pulse duration, PL2250 series  picosecond mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers set new standard in high pulse energy picosecond lasers. Innovative and cost effective design allows to improve laser reliability, while reducing running and maintenance costs.

Ekspla High energy picosecond mode-locked Nd:YLF lasers PL3140 series

Ekspla PL3140

PL3140 series mode-locked picosecond Nd:YLF lasers have excellent output parameters, are reliable and still remain simple and convienent to use.  Pulse duration as short as 10 ps is achieved without any sacrifice on beam quality.