FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Are lasers safe?
There have been very few instances of eye injury resulting from laser lights. We at Pulzar have been operating shows for over 10 years and have never experienecd anyone being injued and plan out a show to mitigate any risks as much as we can.
Can I hire a laser
Yes you can but we will ensure you have knowledge and safty training beforehand and these would typically be Class 3B lasers. These conditionas would be increased for Class 4 lasers to ensure you competently and safely operate the laser system, and know what safety measures need to be considered.
Can I hire a laser from Pulzar?
Yes you can but we will ensure you have knowledge and safty training beforehand and these would typically be Class 3B lasers. These conditionas would be increased for Class 4 lasers to ensure you competently and safely operate the laser system, and know what safety measures need to be considered.
What is a Class 3B Laser
Class 3B lasers are tyipcally lasers with an outout power below 500mW. With these lasers you are able to scan the audience provided the the laser is scanning (asopposed to a single beam) 
What is a Class 4 Laser
Class 4 lasers are lasers with an outout power above 500mW. With these lasers you should ensure the scanning beam is at least 2-3M above the audience) 
What does the term audience scanning mean?
It is when a laser effect is directed into the audience, normally to create a tunnel or sheets of light that look like 3D objects that the crowd can touch.
Does smoke make laser effects safe?
Smoke does have the effect of reducing the intensity of the energy levels present in the beams. However, because smoke is constantly moving and unpredictable in the way it disperses it can’t be relied upon to make an effect safe.
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