Air Cooling 100W Handheld Laser Paint Rust Remover
• The laser cleanging machine has high efficiency and high quality
galvanometer system which ensures the cleaning efficiency and makes
the operator's work easier.
• The metal laser rust removal is kind of non-contact laser
cleaning mode, it optimizes the cleaning effects on targets and
ensure the safety of operators better.
• Laser rust cleaning machine is quiped with high efficiency and
high quality galvanometer system which ensures the cleaning
efficiency and makes the operator's work easier.
• Our scanners are made of special materials, and all of them have
been treated at a high temperature of more than 1000 ℃. They can
withstand and conduct laser beam better for cleaning
|Scan length||1-100mm (customizable)|
|Scan width||1-20mm (customizable)|
|Input Power||Single Phase 110V/220V/50-60Hz|
|Cooling Method||Air Cooling|
Please note: there are more powers to be selected.
The Disadvanges of Traditional Cleaning Methods
The main problems of traditional cleaning methods include: negative
impact on the environment and wear on the substrate. The
sandblasting system generates a lot of waste and damages the fine
surface of the substrate; while cleaning with chemical solvents, it
will generate potentially dangerous steam and liquid waste.
The shortcomings of traditional cleaning methods have prompted the
application of laser technology in the field of surface cleaning.
Because of the many advantages of laser cleaning, it has now become
the most effective way to remove unwanted substances on the surface
Currently, pulsed laser cleaning and decoating systems are widely
used in various fields, from removing vulcanized residues on tire
molds and engraved surfaces by ablation, to peeling insulation from
wires, and removing coatings from delicate surfaces.
Why Laser Can Clean Rust?
The pulsed laser cleaning process depends on the characteristics of
the optical pulse generated by the laser source. It is based on the
optical physical reaction caused by the interaction between the
high-intensity beam, short-pulse laser and the pollution layer. The
principle is as follows:
A) The laser beam emitted by the laser source is absorbed by the
contaminated layer on the surface to be treated.
B) The absorption of large energy forms a rapidly expanding plasma
(highly ionized unstable gas), which generates shock waves.
C) The shock waves cause the pollutants to fragment and be removed.
D) The light pulse width must be short enough to avoid the heat
accumulation that destroys the treated surface.
E) Experiments show that when there are oxides on the metal
surface, plasmas are generated on the metal surface.
Plasmas are produced only if the energy density is above a
threshold, which depends on the contaminant or oxide layer being
removed. This threshold effect is important for effective cleaning
without compromising the safety of the substrate. There is a second
threshold for the emergence of plasma. If the energy density
exceeds this threshold, the substrate material will be destroyed.
In order to effectively clean the base material safely, the laser
parameters must be adjusted according to the situation so that the
energy density of the light pulse is strictly between the two
Each laser pulse removes a certain thickness of contamination. If
the contamination layer is thick, multiple pulses are required for
cleaning. The number of pulses required to clean the surface
depends on the level of surface contamination. An important result
of the two thresholds is the automation of the cleaning. Light
pulses with an energy density higher than the first threshold will
continue to remove contaminants until they reach the substrate.
However, because its energy density is lower than the damage
threshold of the substrate material, the substrate will not be