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How Laser Cleaning Works?

What is Laser Cleaning?

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Laser cleaning systems like the CleanTech laser rust remover work by focusing a powerful laser on an area that the operator intends to clean. The technology can effectively clean substances like corrosion, residue, rust and paint from various materials without damaging the underlying surface.

The energy put out during laser cleaning allows for contaminants to be accurately and quickly removed from substrates while keeping the operator safe from harmful chemicals and substances.

Due to this technology’s ability to precisely clean items, industry professionals are able to achieve the results they need.

Benefits of Laser Cleaning

Operator Safety

Laser cleaning eliminates the need for hazardous consumables that harm the health of operator

Precision

Laser cleaning is precise and accurate, allowing for the effective treatment of targeted surfaces.

Automation

The technology can be automated, further enhancing efficiency while reducing the need for manual labor

Customization

Laser cleaning technology can be tailored to fit the unique needs of operators regardless of the industry or application.

Non-Destructive

The process is non-contact, preventing physical damage to worked-on material.

No Secondary Waste

Laser cleaning produces minimal waste and no pollution, making it environmentally friendly.

Laser Solutions by Industry

Aerospace

Soaring Above the Rest: Help Your Business Take Flight with Laser Solutions for Aerospace

Automotive

Driving Precision, Powering Performance: Laser Precision for Automotive Excellence

Military & Defense

Maintaining Combat Readiness: Laser Maintenance Solutions for Military Use

Electrification & Batteries

Electrification and Laser Cleaning: Improving the Performance of Electric Vehicle Batteries

Nuclear & Energy

Radiate Success, Not Contamination: Laser Applications in the Nuclear Industry

Shipbuilding & Maritime

Batten Down the Hatches: Revolutionizing Shipbuilding for Manufacturers

Space Exploration

To Infinity and Beyond: Laser Precision Solutions for the Space Exploration Industry

Wind, Oil & Gas

Sharper Solutions: Laser Applications That Are Revolutionizing Energy Extraction

Safety Advantages

Laser cleaning is an operator-safe and healthy method of industrial cleaning that eliminates the risk of silicosis that traditional methods like sandblasting can cause. We provide laser cleaning systems that are designated by the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) as Class 4 lasers. Several of our cutting-edge products meet the full requirements for a stand-alone laser system as defined by 21 CFR 1040.10 under the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968.

Our systems of laser rust removers have an added level of security when compared to others on the market, as they are equipped with multiple state-of-the-art safety features. These products are equipped with a manual reset, a key-locked laser power switch, and a remote interlock connector, which all serve to prevent accidental exposure to laser radiation. Other features include an exhaust outlet for fume extraction and a Class 4 operator safe viewing port for safe observation of the laser cleaning process and easier alignment.

Our Laser Cleaning Systems

Our line of CleanTech rust removal guns and machinery provide professionals with the industrial cleaning solutions they’ve been looking for. With our state-of-the-art laser technology, end-users can safely and efficiently remove corrosion and other contaminants from nearly any material. Our standalone units can be seamlessly integrated into nearly any production line, while our portable CleanTech Handheld systems are perfect for use in the field or on the factory floor. If you are interested in learning more about our laser cleaning, marking, cutting, welding, or engraving systems, please contact our sales department at [email protected].

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