LASER CLEANING TECHNOLOGY

Consumable free and environmentally friendly Laser Cleaning

Laser cleaning is the use of a laser beam on a contaminated surface – such as paint, metal oxide, dirt & grime

Laser cleaning uses ablation – i.e separating two dissimilar materials which have differing ablation thresholds (e.g rust and steel) by vapourising the rust which has a lower ablation threshold than that of steel.


Using pulsed laser ensures that the substrate does not get damaged before the contaminant is removed.

The removal of a contaminant by laser results in the contaminant being vapourised and therefore fumes are created - so laser cleaning must be carried out in a well-ventilated area or have effective fume extraction


Laser cleaning can be used to remove rust from steel and iron, oxides from other metals, paint from metal or wood, cleaning up welds, removal of rubber/plastic from moulds and mould/paint/graffiti/dirt etc from concrete, brick, stone and other building materials

Removes rust, oxidation, paint, oil and other contaminants from the surface of the substrate with ease.

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