|Place of Origin:
|Super Fast - CK
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Plywood case + Pearl cotton + moisture-proof film
|L/C, T/T, Western Union
|200W Laser Derusting Machine
|Laser Cleaning Advantages:
|0 Touch Laser Clean, 0 Damage To Workpiece
|High Precision, No Consumables
|900 Watts Per Hour
|Machine Net Weight:
|Cleaning Gun Weight:
Derusting Laser Paint Cleaner,
200W Laser Paint Cleaner
High Efficiency Automatic Laser Derusting Equipment Rust Cleaning Laser Tool 50W/80W/100W/200W/500W
|Maximum current loss
|Working temperature range
|Reach to start operation
|Achieve complete stability
|Laser machine size
Why is this process better than more traditional methods?
A key question that we are frequently asked is “How does laser cleaning work differently to the other more traditional methods?”. There are some key problems that lasers have helped to address and solve.
Firstly, other methods were contact processes, meaning they were abrasive and damaging to the materials that they were working with. Take media blasting, for example, which essentially acts like a pressure washer, but with pressurised air, to blast a material until it is clean. It gets the job done, but it often affects the material that you don’t want to damage below!
Laser cleaning, on the other hand, is non-contact and non-abrasive, and so will only irradiate the material that you want to get rid of.
You also have a great deal of control over the beam, meaning you can achieve the desired depth that you want to. Further to this, you can irradiate the whole surface layer of a material, or a much thinner layer, say the topcoat of paint, but not the primer below. Or, should you wish, you can just clean a very small section. If using another process which simply blasts the material, it is hard to enjoy such a high level of control.
One of the key benefits in the way that laser cleaning works is that not much waste is left over due to the irradiation process; the substrate is simply vaporised rather than left as waste. The majority of the waste that is left over comes as dust particles and can be easily collected and removed by the user.
Previous processes left a great deal of waste that had to be removed. Not only is this costly in terms of time efficiency, but much of this waste was hazardous as well, and users were often required to wear protective gear. This danger to worker safety has been removed by the laser.
So, the key characteristics of how the laser cleaning process works, which differentiates it from more traditional methods, are that:
· It is a much safer process
· It is more efficient
· It offers the user a higher level of accuracy and control and
· There is a greater focus on a higher quality end result
A Metal surface cleaning
B Removal paint of metal surface
C stains cleaning on the surface
D Surface coating cleaning
E Pretreatment of welding surface cleaning
F Stone surface cleaning
G Rubber mold residue cleaning
Ship Industry, auto Parts, rubber Mold, high-end Machine, tire mold track, environmental Protection Industry, and others.
Contact Person: Ivan