Laser cleaning systems for commercial applications have advanced greatly over the last 10 years. Today, these handheld, powerful yet quiet units perform work at a cost-effective speed, removing coatings or contaminants from virtually any substrate safely without damaging the substrate and with little to no collateral waste or environmental pollution. Maviro is offering this new Laser technology as a service to the Industrial market.
The laser allows the operator precise manipulation of the light beam to clean challenging, high value surfaces without water, chemicals, or abrasive materials, neither creating nor altering existing profiles or anchor points and leaving irregular or flat substrates like welds, flanges or gasket surfaces in their original state. When activated, the laser’s powerful light-beam removes coatings while the internal vacuum fume extractor draws residue into the disposal chamber.
Laser leaves a surface quality much cleaner than traditional methods and does not create abrasive wear.
The Laser system has a full vacuum system that captures any residues generated from the removal process and is ideal for environmentally sensitive areas. Laser also has significant reductions in contaminated residues for disposal.
Laser can be used on a large number of different surfaces and/or cleaning scenarios.
The laser services cause minimal interference issues so other work can be on going in the same area without effecting it, unlike other alternative methods.
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The laser cleaning and surface preparation solution can be utilized on a wide variety of substrates, including: