Manual & Automated Laser Cleaning Machines
Whether you are looking for a laser cleaning solution that is handheld, manually loaded or fully automated, our experts can help you choose the right machine and options. Our machines can remove paint, oxide, rust and other contaminants from metal surfaces. They can also improve surface adhesion with laser texturing.
With a high-quality laser source at their heart, you can expect to continuously operate them with minimal maintenance for at least 10 years. Keeping up with time requirements won’t be a problem as our machines are fed by high-power laser cleaning systems of up to 500 watts.
Integrated fume management, guaranteed laser safety, local and remote support, and performance optimization based on your application. Those are some of the reasons why manufacturers choose Laserax.
Manually Operated Laser Cleaning Machines
Operators can run a workstation where they load parts and trigger the laser process. Our workstations are Class-1 certified so that operators can work safely without wearing PPE. For our handheld devices, operators direct the laser beam manually and need to wear individual laser protection equipment to remain 100% safe.
Fully Automated Laser Cleaning Machines
Fully automated solutions are ideal for high-volume production lines. By eliminating manual labor from your cleaning process, you get a huge return on investment.
Industrial Laser Cleaning Applications & Videos
Our laser cleaning machines can remove rust, oxide, paint and other industrial contaminants from metal surfaces. If you have surface preparation requirements, they can also leave a slightly textured surface to improve adhesion.
Automated Laser Rust Removal
Fiber lasers are high-performance tools for removing rust. They emit laser light that removes rust and other contaminants quickly without damaging the metal substrate.
Laser Oxide Removal from Stainless Steel Welding Joints
Laser welding creates oxide byproducts that prevent passivation and give a bad appearance. You can address both issues with laser surface cleaning, which ensures that welding joints are oxide free in just a few seconds.
Paint Removal with Laser Cleaning
Laser cleaning can be used for most coating removal and paint stripping applications. The depainting process is perfectly accurate, leaving the base material intact. The same laser can also be used to perform laser marking.
Laser cleaning can be used as a welding pretreatment or posttreatment. The process efficiently removes aluminum oxides, stainless steel oxides and other contaminants like dirt and oil, making sure welding joints are strong.
If you need to increase surface adherence or friction to prepare surfaces, you may need laser texturing, a surface treatment similar to laser cleaning. Common industrial applications include preparing surfaces for adhesive bonding, painting and thermal spray coating.