Welcome to Sirah Lasertechnik

Sirah Lasertechnik is a private company that was founded in 1998 and quickly grew into the leading manufacturer of tunable lasers.

Welcome to Sirah Lasertechnik

Sirah Lasertechnik is a private company that was founded in 1998 and quickly grew into the leading manufacturer of tunable lasers. The product range covers nano-seconds pulsed dye lasers, narrow-linewidth ring dye lasers, ring Titanium-Sapphire lasers, and high-repetition-rate dye lasers.

The company is based in Grevenbroich Germany, where the lasers are developed, engineered and manufactured.

Frühjahrstagungen 2023

Sirah will exhibit on two locations of the spring meetings of Germany’s Physics Society (DPG) from Tuesday, March 7th to Thursday, March 9th and Tuesday, March 28, to Thursday, March 30, 2023.

LASER World of PHOTONICS 2023

The event is held 27. – 30. June 2023, at the Messe München, Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Careers

Industriekaufmann (m/w/d)

Sirah Lasertechnik sucht einen Industriekaufmann (m/w/d)

Physiker / Spezialist für wissenschaftliche Lasersysteme (m/w/d)

Sirah Lasertechnik sucht einen Physiker / Spezialist für wissenschaftliche Lasersysteme (m/w/d)

Praktikant

Für unsere Produktion und Entwicklung in Grevenbroich suchen wir Praktikanten (m/w).

Our Scientific Lasers

Tunable CW Single-Mode Lasers

  • single-frequency continuous wave laser radiation
  • large tuning range: 206-4200 nm
  • ultra-narrow linewidth < 30 kHz
  • more than 7 W average power
  • dye and Ti:Sapphire laser design
  • modular design

High-Energy Pulsed Lasers

  • nanosecond pulsed multimode laser radiation
  • large tuning range: 190-16000 nm
  • narrow linewidth down to 1 pm
  • high energy laser pulses up to 0.5 J
  • repetition rates up to 100 Hz
  • dye and Nd:YAG laser designs
  • modular design

High-Repetition-Rate Pulsed Lasers

  • nanosecond and picosecond pulsed multimode laser radiation
  • large tuning range: 190-1050 nm
  • narrow linewidth down to 1 pm
  • high average powers up to 60 W
  • high repetition rates up to 150 kHz (nanosecond pulses) / 80 MHz (picosecond pulses)
  • dye and Ti:Sapphire laser designs
  • modular design