CleanTech laser system offers safe cleaning and surface preparation solution

January 27, 2017

CleanTech laser system offers safe cleaning and surface preparation solution

The CleanTech Laser Cleaning System is the first Class 1 Industrial-Grade Laser parts cleaning, rust removal and surface conditioning system with up to 106 cm x 106 cm working envelope.

 

Fonon Corporation, Orlando, Florida, USA, has announced the release of its CleanTech™ product line for surface preparation, paint removal and surface cleaning. Marketed under the Laser Photonics™ brand, the CleanTech laser systems offer a non-abrasive cleaning process that is said to be safer and more eco-friendly than traditional methods.

The CleanTech product line can be used for various applications across a multitude of industries including mould cleaning, weld preparation, metal parts cleaning and degreasing, amongst others. The five axis system incorporates three mechanical XYZ axes coupled with two optical XY axes. It processes a wide range of materials with special attention to highly-reflective metals.

“CleanTech laser systems remove coatings, contaminants and residues with the use of high energy laser sources and are the most cost-effective and, to a degree, revolutionary method of industrial cleaning and surface preparation,” stated Dmitriy Nikitin, CEO of Fonon.

“By further expanding our line of laser material processing systems, Fonon creates opportunity not only for the industrial giants, but also for small manufacturers to take advantage of the most advanced industrial-grade Class 1 laser cleaning and surface treatment equipment available – all while ensuring user safety, quality of work, and an enormous improvement in environment and efficiency.”

www.laserphotonics.us

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