When it comes to laser cleaning, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Ground equipment, armored vehicles, and aircrafts are all made of different components that require different levels of care. To achieve the best results possible, it’s crucial to take into account the type of material of your assets, the types of contaminants that are layered on their surface, and the size of the items to be cleaned. In addition, some items are better serviced with automated lasers, while other in instances, handheld lasers would be ideal. The same goes for the amount of power to be used while cleaning them.
Laser cleaning can also be used to remove layers of paint and varnish, oxide, mold, and eliminating residue on surfaces before welding them together. To narrow down the best solution for your assets, we have a multi-million dollar laboratory to test and determine which technology will work best for you.