STRIPPING LAYER BY LAYER WITH CLEANLASER
Usually lasers remove all layers up to the base material.
When removing selected areas laser pulses have to be directed and controlled exactly.
In doing so, the amount of pulses per spot is decisive.
With each pulse a thin layer is removed.
The cleanLASER can remove selected layer by layer.
The removal of a micrometer-thin top coat of lacquer also reactivates an older coating and is therefore suitable for applying top coats or bonding.
cleanLASER intelligent process monitoring & control can remove coating layers to the precise degree required – no more/no less – when treating layers of uniform thicknesses
Top coats can be laser removed to expose base material primers. Process provides excellent re-coating properties confirmed by US Air Force testing & according to international aviation standard SAE 4812
Uses no media, no dust, no chemicals, no clean-up, residue-free de-coating
Aerospace: Paint-removal while maintaining primer
Automobile industry: selected top coat removal for bonding preparation while maintaining corrosion resistance of the primer (e.g. bonding of windscreens)
Corrosion resistance and maintenance: Weathered top coatings are removed thoroughly before new paint finish
Nuclear decontamination: By removing the upper layers of paint and oxide without the use of abrasives, the radiation density can be reduced significantly as has been scientifically proven