Laser Innovations offers complete
sales and service of the VSL-337
model family. We
venture that you will not
find a better source of refurbished VSL-337 Nitrogen laser systems
and laser plasma cartridge
We support all versions of the VSL-337 Nitrogen lasers previously manufactured by:
LSI - Laser Science Inc (mfd in '80's)
Thermo Laser Science
Laser Innovations began servicing nitrogen lasers in 2005, as the technology and
procedures involved were a direct and natural progression of the ion laser services we had
already perfected and provided since 1989. In 2010, Spectra Physics requested several of our
remanufactured cartridges for evaluation. Internal testing concluded the performance of
Laser Innovations' nitrogen cartridges were indistinguishable from their lasers manufactured
in-house. In 2011, Spectra Physics ceased production and formally transferred the product
line and the OEM customer base to us. We acquired the complete inventory--laser heads, optics, new power supplies and
other components, in addition to factory test fixtures, diagnostic instruments
and manufacturing documents.
do not out source our laser plasma
cartridge module repairs. Everything
is done in-house by our highly
trained and experienced technicians.
equipped to keep your nitrogen laser and your application running indefinitely.
For price quotes please call, fax or EMAIL us.
Laser Innovations - Supporting the laser community for 25+ years.
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