|Place of Origin:
|CK (Super Fast)
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|L/C, T/T, Western Union
|CNC Portable Laser Rust Removal
|Molding Cleaning Laser
|Laser Rust Removal Equipment
|Imported Hight Quality
|Laser Beam Width:
|0-120mm, Free Edit
|Fiber Laser Source Max, Jpt, Ipg, Raycus And Etc
|Welding Seam Laser Cleaning
CNC Laser Rust Cleaning Machine Stainless Steel Welding Seam Laser Cleaner No Consumables
What is laser cleaning?
Laser cleaning is one of the more modern versions of the cleaning process and has rapidly replaced more traditional methods such as dry-ice blasting or media blasting due to the numerous benefits that it provides.
It offers these benefits as it works in a significantly different way to the processes that have preceded it. Furthermore, using a fiber laser as the medium also works in a much different way to other types of cleaning methods. We have explored this in more detail below and explained why laser-based cleaning is the most efficient, safe and cost-effective cleaning solution on the market.
|Pout = Ponm / 5A
|Fiber Optical Cable
|A flat place without vibration and impact
|L462 x W 260 x H562 (855mm with pull rod)
The laser cleaning system is a high-tech product of the new generation of surface cleaning. It can be used for a wide range of traditional cleaning processes such as chemistry and grinding. It has the characteristics of no grinding, non-contact, low thermal efficiency and suitable for various materials. It is considered to be the most reliable. The most effective new generation cleaning solution.
|1) Non-touch cleaning, no damage to the part substrate.
|2) Precise cleaning, it can achieve a precise location, the exact size of the selective cleaning.
|3) Without any supplies, safety, and environmental protection.
|4) Free operation, power can be hand-held or with the robot to achieve automated cleaning.
|5) High cleaning efficiency.
|6) Stable, free maintenance.
How does laser cleaning work?
The aim of this process is simple; to clean the surface of a material (e.g. metal) that it is working with.
This is done for a number of reasons, such as to remove paint, mould, or to prepare surfaces for treatment. Surfaces can easily gather or contain contaminants such as carbon, rust, and rubber, and laser cleaning offers an efficient and environmentally-friendly way of removing these.
So how does the process actually work? A laser beam is pulsed at the surface of a material, irradiating and vaporising the layer until the desired depth of ablation has been reached. The pulse’s output power and wavelength can be controlled, offering the user a great deal of control when it comes to vaporising a material’s surface with a high degree of accuracy.
How does the vaporisation work? The contaminants that are on the surface layer of the material, such as the rubber or paint, absorb the beam as it is directed at it. The heat of this beam quickly irradiates this material.
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