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Laser Cleaning

What is Laser Cleaning?

Laser cleaning is a method for cleaning surfaces that is environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and easy to use. The heat generated by laser cleaning vaporizes dirt, rust, corrosion, and paint splatters on the surface. This process is one of the fastest cleaning methods available today. Fiber laser cleaning can also pre-treat workpieces before painting, and its efficiency allows for the restoration or recycling of mechanical products.

Focused laser beams with energy densities between 107W/cm2-1010W/cm2 can effectively remove contaminants or rust layers on surfaces by vaporizing and peeling them away.

High-energy laser beams with power densities of 107W/cm2-1010W/cm2 can be aimed at surfaces to eliminate any contaminants or rust layers that may be present. This process essentially involves vaporizing and peeling away the unwanted material.

Laser Cleaning

Where is Laser Cleaning Used?

Laser cleaning technology has become more widely used in various industries. These include: Microelectronics: for cleaning semiconductor components, microelectronics, memory templates, and other related items. Cultural relics preservation: for cleaning stone carvings, bronze, glass, murals, and other relics. Abrasive cleaning: for cleaning rubber abrasives, composite abrasives, metal molds, and other similar items. Surface treatment: for hydrophilic treatment, surface roughening, pre-welding treatment, and other related treatments. Paint and rust removal: for cleaning aircraft, ships, weaponry, and other similar items.

Advantages of laser cleaning

Lasers provide quick and efficient cleaning solutions for various industries. They require minimal maintenance and can be easily automated to remove oil and grease build-up, strip paint or coatings, or modify surface texture.


No abrasive materials are used, eliminating problems related to contaminant separation and disposal.

No solvents are used, making the process chemical-free and environmentally friendly.

Spatially selective cleaning saves time and costs by only targeting the required area, ignoring regions that don't matter.

The non-contact process maintains consistent quality and never degrades.

Automating the process can reduce operating costs by eliminating labor while ensuring greater consistency in results.

  • Typical application scenarios for laser cleaning
  • Typical application scenarios for laser cleaning
  • Typical application scenarios for laser cleaning
  • Typical application scenarios for laser cleaning

Typical application scenarios for laser cleaning

Laser cleaning solutions are an effective way to clean surfaces without using any chemicals or fluids. However, traditional cleaning methods rely on contact-based cleaning which can lead to damage to the objects being cleaned.

Here are the key facts of laser cleaning application technology:

Examples of laser cleaning applications

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