Which makes fiber and CO2 laser machines for marking, cleaning, cutting, and engraving, has launched the first 2000 W handheld laser cleaning machine that is fully capable of meeting health and environmental regulations in manufacturing environments.

Laser cleaning aims at minimizing chemical and abrasive usage in industrial environments to meet increasing compliance with OSHA and EPA requirements’ the stricter compliance regulations require safer practices in addressing pollution and health concerns.

Laser Photonics says that the laser cleaning system, called Cleantech LPC 2000TH, uses a high-powered, energy-efficient laser to clean a variety of materials and is well-suited for industrial manufacturers operating with components that have to withstand high-temperature environments, such as maintenance and repair facilities for military, shipbuilding, and aircraft repair facilities as well as turbines, jet engines, and combustion motors.

Read the full release on Laser Focus World.