Lasermach develops and produces the world's most advanced industrial laser cleaning equipment for manual and automated use at a very affordable Pricing.
Minimal preparing time
No disposal cost
No additional gear
No blast media
Consumes Only electricity
No dangerous projectiles
No added products
Low noise operation
In a period of time where climate change and eco-efficiency has never been more important, laser cleaning is the technology of the future. Lasers can "shoot" dirt, paint or even toxic layers from surfaces without producing secondary waste, which makes it a very environmentally friendly technique.
Laser cleaning uses intelligent technology in its processes of use. In an extremely short time, a significant quantity of energy (in the form of light) is inserted into the surface that needs to be cleaned. These laser beams are absorbed by the pollution layer and reflected on the substrate. A layer of gas, evaporated dirt, is then created between the two layers, which ejects the contamination off the substrate. The laser effectively then ‘shoots’ the dirt from the surface.
Contact-free laser cleaning is a superior alternative to many conventional cleaning technologies in industrial manufacturing and maintenance. Laser cleaning is non-abrasive to the surface, environmentally friendly and works at almost neglectable consumable cost. For industrial cleaning tasks requiring high flexibility or the use of portable systems, we developed different series of flexible, handheld laser cleaning systems.
The portable systems only require an electric power supply for operation. Operators can be trained within 1/2 day in our training center in Belgium, onsite or remotely. The cleaning laser beam is emitted from an ergonomically designed handheld end effector that allows CE compliant one or two-hand usage. The sleek and lightweight design provides for a comfortable operation over hours. Cleaning parameters are selected within seconds using an intuitive HMI on the touch panel interface.
Easy to operate
Leaves no residue
Easy to automate
Low operating costs
No consumable media – no abrasives, chemicals, solvents
Green process – no pollution
Laser beam settings are precisely adjustable to optimize process speed & gentleness
Laser-Swipe© Series Laser Cleaning is a complete industrial-grade, high precision laser cleaning, and surface conditioning system.
Laser-Swipe© Series is engineered in Belgium and is committed to designing the most eco-friendly and safe laser products in the fiber laser industry.
Laser-Swipe© Series laser cleaning systems are available in a variety of sizes and strengths to handle any application.
Laser cleaning machines are finding great applications in the industry today. Laser beam cleaning is a method that, for quite some time now, is no longer solely implemented for mold cleaning, but that can also be implemented to clean a wide range of different components during processing.
It is often seen that rust, grease, dust, dirt, oxides, paint and other such substrates, form a layer with time over metals and non-metallic products. And with increasing time the layers get thicker and more engrained in the surface.
The success of laser cleaning as an alternative to conventional cleaning methods can be attributed to the numerous advantages of the process. For one, the method only incurs very low operating costs, since no cleaning agents are used and no waste disposal is required. Secondly, the process is very precise and gentle on surfaces. Finally, the excellent cleaning results that can be achieved with the laser beam are ultimately the decisive factor.
Simply it's the most "GREEN" cleaning technology available today!
The laser evaporates oxides, dirt particles of all kinds and above all removes all impurities from polymer-based lubricants, which are particularly difficult to remove, in a matter of seconds. The remaining surface is perfectly prepared for subsequent machining, e.g. laser welding.
It’s a non-contact, non-abrasive process.
Home remedies are messy and unhealthy. Scrubbing off rusted surfaces exposes you to impurities which could lead to respiratory complications. Laser cleaning, on the other hand, relies on the laser beam to ablate the surface. There is no physical contact between you and the rust.
No use of chemicals.
Rust remover chemicals can get the job done, but the health implications on their use outweigh their benefit. Such chemicals are not only harsh and abrasive but also emit intense fumes. You will need to wear protective gear such as a respirator, goggles and rubber gloves before using them. However, laser cleaning does not rely on any chemical application. It is the better choice as it does not put your health at risk.
No secondary waste is produced.
Scrubbing off rust from surfaces only disintegrates the rusty particles from the substrate, leaving you with a toxic lump of rust dust at the end of the process. Electrolysis leaves the rust particles floating in the water, which you later have to dispose of. In comparison, laser cleaning is a cleaner process as the rust particles are either vaporized or turned into plasma, leaving no evidence of waste.
The focused laser beams have an extremely precise focal edge, allowing you to ablate rust from tough spots that would otherwise be harder to clean with other apparatus. Such include the rust that develops around bolts and rails. Additionally, the high precision allows you to focus the laser beam repeatedly over a specific area to achieve the required depth and result.
It’s effective on all surfaces.
Unlike other rust removal procedures, laser cleaning works on all surfaces that are prone to rusting, including stones, concrete, iron, aluminum (bauxite) or copper.
It does not degrade the substrate.
Scrubbing rusted surfaces significantly degrades the substrate due to friction. Rust removing chemicals, on the other hand, are harsh and corrosive, causing wear and tear that could spoil delicate metals or even weaken their robustness. Laser cleaning in comparison ablates the surface while leaving the substrate untouched.
Laser beam cleaning is a method that, for quite some time now, is no longer solely implemented for mold cleaning, but that can also be implemented to clean a wide range of different components during processing. The success of laser cleaning as an alternative to conventional cleaning methods can be attributed to the numerous advantages of the process. For one, the method only incurs very low operating costs, since no cleaning agents are used and no waste disposal is required. Secondly, the process is very precise and gentle on surfaces. Finally, the excellent cleaning results that can be achieved with the laser beam are ultimately the decisive factor. The laser evaporates oxides, dirt particles of all kinds and above all impurities from polymer-based lubricants, which are particularly difficult to remove, in a matter of seconds. The remaining surface is perfectly prepared for subsequent machining, e.g. laser welding.
|Cleaning Method||Laser Clean||Chemical Clean||Dry Ice Clean||Mechanical Clean||Ultrasonic-Clean||Sandblasting|
|Cleaning interaction||non-contact||contact material||non-contact||Mechanical||Cleaning agent||abbrasive contact|
|Cleaning Agent||Light||Chemical reagent||Dry ice||Abrasive contact material||Liquids + cleaning agents||Special sand particles|
|Consumables||Only electricity||Chemical reagent||Dry ice||Sandpaper, Grinding wheel, abrasive stone/etc.||Special cleaning ﬂuid||Special sand particles|
|Cleaning Eﬀect||Excellent, high cleanness||Ordinary, uneven||Good, but uneven||Ordinary, uneven||Good, but less cleanliness||Ordinary, uneven|
|Precision||Precise control, high precision||Not control, very low precision||Not control, very low precision||Not control, medium precision||Cannot specify a range to clean||Cannot specify a range to clean|
|Safety/Environmental protection||No any pollution||Seriously polluting environment||No pollution||Polluting environment||No pollution||Polluting environment|
|Manual Operation||Easy operation, hand-held or automatic||Complicate operation, high demand from workers, pollution protection measures needed.||Easy operation, hand-held or automatic||Expend labour, pollution protection measures needed||Easy operation, need to add consumables manually||Expend labour, pollution protection measures needed|
|Initial Cost||Higher initial cost||Low initial cost||Medium initial cost||High initial cost||Low initial cost||High initial cost|
|Working Cost||no consumables, very low maintenance cost||very high consumable cost||high consumable cost||high consumable and labor costs||medium consumable cost||high consumable and labor costs|
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