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High reflection front surface mirrors for polarized light

Special Properties

  • 100% dielectric coating
  • Very high broadband reflectivity in the visible for
    s&p-polarized light
  • Wide range of angles of incidences
  • Low absorption
  • High operating temperature (up to 300 °C)
  • Low optical loss

Typical Applications

With the SHP-D series we developed a special quality mirror coating that offers a very high broadband reflection of s&p-polarized light and at the same time a high reflectivity for a wide range of incidence angles. For a 100% dielectric coating these are extraordinary characteristics because usually such kind of mirrors are designed for one or only a small range of incidence angles. We can only achieve these properties because our SHP-D coating system is consisting of a very large amount of thin film layers.

The complex coating design allows various applications which are not feasible with metal coatings like silver or aluminum mirrors. In addition the SHP-D mirror coating is temperature resistant. They can be used at temperatures of up to 300 °C.


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SHP-D Fornt Surface Mirror reflection

Reflectivity curve of our SHP-D mirrors

Product Code

  • SHP-D



  • Dielectric multilayer coating design


  • R avg >/= 99,5% at wavelength 420-700 nm (45°)
  • Rs avg >/= 98% at wavelength 420-700 nm (45°)
  • Rp avg >/= 98% at wavelength 420-700 nm (45°)
  • Specifications for other incidences on request


Surface Quality

  • typ. 80-50 scratch & dig (MIL-0-13830A)
  • Other on request

Standard thicknesses

Other Specifications

  • Abrasion resistance according to MIL-M-13508C
  • Adherence according to MIL-C-675C (tape test)


All given details and specifications are mean reference values and are not guaranteed. In addition please consider our "Notes on technical specifications"