Laser Cleaning Application
Cleaning Components from Process-Related Deposits Q-switched Laser Cleaning Application with high powers allow the wear-free and selective cleansing of molds and tools from process residues like carbon black, silicone, rubber, vulcanization residues or oils and fat.
Cleaning Components from Process-Related Deposits
This treatment is often necessary to prepare the surfaces for subsequent production steps like the painting or welding. Here, the contact-free working laser provides a processing without any mechanical, chemical or unauthorized thermal load on the carrier material.
Laser cleaning of injection molds and cast parts
- Residual materials on workpieces, injection molds, and cast parts can easily be removed with the laser. Laser cleaning removes residue and layers of build-up by vaporization. It is an absolutely eco-friendly alternative to conventional method
Combination of component, pretreatment
of welding surface, metal surface stripping
(full surface stripping or designated parts
stripping), and cleaning of various industrial
products or molds.
Laser removal of rust, oil, grease etc.
- High-power short laser pulses remove oil and build-up by selective decoating. The original part surfaces are neither damaged nor melted. Our lasers allow a non-abrasive removal of oils, grease and rust.
Cleaning of railroad tracks
- The HighLight FL1000P is used for cleaning of railroad tracks among others. Organic layers are cleared, e. g. wet leaves which may lengthen braking distance of the train
Laser Rust Removal
Fiber laser cleaning removes rust and other corrosion-inhibiting agents with speed and precision, and this, without damaging the base metal. It is often used as a pre-treatment for welding to improve weld quality, or for coatings to prevent paint from failing over time.
Laser Oxide Removal
Laser oxide removal is used to clean metal surfaces before many surface treatments, especially before aluminum welding. It is also used after welding to remove stainless steel oxides.
Laser Paint Removal
Also known as laser coating removal, this method vaporizes paint while leaving the underlying surface intact. It is used to replace part masking, clean painting tools, prepare welding areas, salvage parts with paint defects, and much more.