EKSPLA focuses on the design and manufacturing of advanced lasers & systems and employs more than 27 years’ experience as well as a close partnership with the scientific community.
The ability to effectively tailor products for specific applications and requirements is one of the main competences of EKSPLA. 76 out of the 100 top universities use EKSPLA lasers. The company is leading in the global market for scientific picosecond lasers.
You may find EKSPLA lasers in organizations like CERN, NASA, ELI, Max Planck Institutes, Cambridge University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Japan University of Science.
For researchers demanding a wide tuning range, high conversion efficiency and narrow line-width, EKSPLA tunable lasers are an excellent choice. All models feature hands-free wavelength tuning, a valuable optical components protection system as well as a wide range of accessories and extension units. Long-term experience and close cooperation with scientific institutions made it possible to create a range of models, offering probably the widest tuning range: from 193 nm to 16000 nm. Versions offering near transform- limited linewidth < 2 cm-1 , as well as operating at 10 kHz repetition rates are available.
Employing more than 120 employees, Ekspla is based in Vilnius, Lithuania. In-house design and manufacturing ensures operative design, manufacturing and customization of new products. In addition to representative networks in 20 countries worldwide, the established EKSPLA service team is ready to support customers all over the world.
The main products are femtosecond, picosecond and nanosecond lasers, tunable wavelength systems, spectroscopy systems – various modifications of SFG spectrometers , high energy laser systems, ultrafast fiber lasers.
Dr. Regimantas Januškevičius
Savanoriu av. 237, LT-02300 Vilnius
Tel: +370 5 264 96 29