The innovative laser technology of our laser systems distributes thousands of focused laser pulses per second onto a contamination layer. The powerful single laser beam pulses are linearly deflected and placed adjacent to each other. Most of the laser energy is being absorbed by the surface layer and is directly transformed into thermal energy. This energy vaporizes existing contaminations and removes them effectively from the substrate. The higher the absorption factor, the faster the process.
The substrate material, unlike the contaminations, does not normally absorb but rather reflects the laser beam. Once a reflective substrate material has been reached the laser cleaning process automatically stops.
Due to their high reflection factor, metallic surfaces are especially suitable for laser cleaning. The substrate is not mechanically or thermally stained by the cleaning process.
The integrated filter unit with a HEPA and a gas filter effectively removes resulting fumes and particles.