100W Fiber Laser Rust Romover
This 100W fiber laser cleaning machine is our most popular type. It
is designed to be simple-use and easy-operate as well as
safe-operate. It is equiped with a handle realizing non-contact
laser cleaning mode which optimizes the cleaning effects on targets
and ensures the safety of operators better. It has high-speed
scanning motors, which are smaller and more stable.
• Super low running cost, operating costs are only for electricity.
Compared with other cleaning methods, our operation cost of this
machine is the lowest.
• Linear & 2D spiral scanning modes. The unique linear and
biaxial laser cleaning mode ensure efficient cleaning efficiency.
• Long-time continuous laser cleaning. Our equipment can work
continuously 8 hours per day.
|Scan length||1-100mm (customizable)|
|Scan width||1-20mm (customizable)|
|Input Power||Single Phase 110V/220V/50-60Hz|
|Cooling Method||Air Cooling|
• Professional pre-sale consultation
• Personalized customized services
• Free proofing
• 24 hours*7 days online service response
• 2-years warranty
• Professional training
• Quick after-sales response
• Unique file for each customer
• More targeted to help customers to solve problems
• The rust cleaning laser not only can be used to clean organic
pollutants, but also inorganic substances, including metal rust,
metal particles, dust, etc.
• The application of the laser descaling machine effects include:
rust removal, paint removal, and Oil stains, cultural relics
restoration, glue removal, coating and coating removal.
Several Ways to Clean Rust
What is rust?
In general, rust usually refers to oxides produced on the surfaces
of metals (including alloys). Common examples are iron rust, copper
rust, aluminum rust, and so on. But not all oxides of metals are
called rust. Rust can cause the deterioration of metal products,
therefore, it is very important to remove rust on machinery and
equipment in manufacturing.
Now, let’s introduce several ways to remove rust.
Using hydrogen peroxide to remove rust
Cleaning with hydrogen peroxide is a common method to remove rust.
It is usually for home use, and for thin and small areas. If the
object gets large area of and thick rust, it may cost much hydrogen
peroxide and not be economic for industrial use.
Using electrolysis for rust removal
The rusty part is soaked in electrolyte solution, and the rusty
patch is used as the anode. With electricity on, the rusty part
will undergo reduction and achieve the effect of rust removal. It
will not damage the base metal, but you must be very careful during
the process in case of being shocked by the electricity. And also,
if the rusty structure is complete and big, it is hard to soak in