Alexandrite (Cr3+:BeAl2O4, chromium-doped beryllium aluminate) is a 4-stage energy laser material used in an adjustable wavelength of 700-820nm.
Alexandrite laser rods can handle high-energy wide pulses and resist thermal shock.
The Alex rod is mainly used for applications such as dermatology, great absorption into melanin at 755nm made it the favorite gain material used for the hair removal industry.
Alexandrite crystal boules are grown per the Czochralski growth method.
The output energy of an ALEX laser rod is the main critical parameter for every system designer and that depends on the Cr uniformity along the rod.
The Alexandrite boules ARSUF LASERS grows have a superb crystal structure and Cr concentration uniformity resulting in output energy 30-80% higher than similar rods in the market.
Arsuf lasers advantages:
An Alexandrite laser crystal is a type of laser crystal made from the mineral chrysoberyl.
It is known for its ability to produce high-power, visible-light laser beams at a wavelength of 755 nanometers, which falls in the red part of the visible spectrum.
Alexandrite lasers are commonly used in a variety of medical and cosmetic applications, such as hair removal, tattoo removal, and skin resurfacing.
Due to its high power, stability, and reliability, the Alexandrite laser is considered one of the gold standards for laser hair removal.