If you’re using a GSI Lumonics or JK laser system, it might be time to replace your flash lamp.
Flash lamps are used as the light engine for many high end medical and industrial laser systems.
Xenon and Krypton flash lamps are confined arc flash lamps which produce microsecond to millisecond duration pulses of broadband light of high radiant intensities. Capable of operating at high repetition rates, these flash lamps generate light over a continuous spectrum from ultraviolet to infrared.
Flashlamps are ideal for many types of lasers in a diverse range of applications and industries.
GSI Lumonics/JK Laser Flashlamps
GSI Lumonics/JK laser systems are flash lamp pumped laser systems and, while they take advantage of the advantages offered by flash lamps, flash lamps do need to be periodically replaced. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of replacement components, including flash lamps.
The ideal replacement flashlamp for any laser system would be a genuine OEM lamp because they tend to outperform non-OEM lamps. In fact, GSI Group has made improvements to their OEM flashlamps to create lamps with significantly longer service life. The range of lamps available extends to both new model JK lasers and older JK700 series lasers.
You can learn more about this new range of GSI Lumonics/JK flashlamps here, but if you’re looking for the longer lifespan that these lamps offer we do carry these improved quality flashlamps.
So, if you are operating a GSI Lumonics/JK laser system and need a replacement flash lamp, we can help!
As the largest consumer in North America of flash lamps, TJS, Inc. (TJ Sales Associates, Inc.) provides support for the industrial, medical, aesthetic, and semiconductor laser markets globally. We offer laser services, components, refurbishing, and repairs for all types of laser systems.
Contact TJS and let us help you locate the right laser components for your laser system. Our trained and experienced staff can help you match your laser system requirements with our large stock of parts of laser systems so that you get the right part the first time.
This post was published on March 12, 2019 and updated on March 13, 2019.