Laser Cleaning technology uses high energy light pulses to ablate a contaminant from a substrate, reducing secondary waste to nihil. Due to its basic physics, Laser Cleaning allows for extremely precise cleaning.
How laser cleaning works?
Laser cleaning is a versatile, flexible technology allowing for very precise cleaning without secondary waste, consumables or air movements.
The pulsed lasers are best to be imagined as bullets of light being shot at a surface. The contaminant will absorb the light that is then reflected on the substrate below. Both layers release each other and the contaminant is extracted immediately - avoiding any atmospheric contamination.
During the process, the substrate is not significantly heated, nor is it damaged.