Adapt Laser To Exhibit At: The RadWaste Summit 2.0

“RadWaste Summit 2.0 combines the RadWaste Summit and the Decommissioning Strategy Forum. The new approach will focus on current topics impacting the management, transportation, and disposal of all radioactive waste including low-level, high-level, spent nuclear fuel in both Federal and Commercial environments.”

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Adapt Laser’s Booth: #14

2023 RadWaste Summit 2.0 DETAILS:

WHEN: June 6th-8th, 2023

WHAT: Radwaste Summit 2.0 | 2nd Annual Event

WHERE: Las Vegas, Nevada | JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa | Booth: #14

HOSTED BY: A collective Program Committee comprised of experts in the industry


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Adapt Laser’s Sales Manager of Nuclear & Utilities at the Waste Management Symposia 2023 earlier this year.

  • Listen to a host of different speakers from the NNSA, the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, National Laboratories, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Defense, contractors, and more.
  • Chat with our sales team and learn about current and past clients who’ve experienced success when combining nuclear decontamination applications with our state-of-the-art laser cleaning systems.
  • See the tradeshow’s full agenda with session times here.
  • Register for the show here.

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Nuclear Power Plant Aerial View


With more than 440 nuclear power plants currently operating worldwide and 50 new plants currently under construction, there’s a rapidly growing need for nuclear decontamination processes. The costs to maintain and decommission these sites are often high and are extremely challenging to sustain. Laser ablation offers a more affordable alternative to media blasting and other traditional radiological decontamination processes due to its lack of secondary cleanup, environmental and operator friendliness, and low operating costs.



operator dressed in protective gear using a laser cleaning system on the ground in Fukushima, Japan after the 2011 earthquake

Laser Operator In Fukushima, Japan Post 2011 Earthquake

  • Avoids equipment contamination using simple techniques
  • Safe way to remove lead-based paints
  • Capable of cleaning a wide range of materials
  • Does not create radiological mixed waste
  • Offers a new option to reduce dose rates
  • Decontamination factor of up to 100%
  • Reduces fixed and loose surface contamination
  • Excellent for cleaning and surface prep for NDI testing
  • Nearly zero harm to base material and surrounding equipment
  • Produces a pure, clean surface for metal-to-metal contact for welding

Our laser cleaning systems can be handheld or automated making them ideal for on-site applications in the field as well as robotic, industrial setups. From helping to conduct hot tests in Fukushima, Japan after the devastating earthquake in 2011, to creating the gantry-based laser systems for fully automated decontamination, us and our partners at cleanLASER have years of experience in nuclear decontamination.

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Adapt Laser specializes in providing the highest-quality laser cleaning systems available. Our systems come in both handheld and automated options making them versatile for different coating removal applications and surface preparation. We offer formal laser operations and safety training to ensure both you and your employees get the most out of the laser cleaning system. Our headquarters is in Kansas City, MO but we have sales managers across the country who can travel to your facility for an on-site demo. Over the past 16 years we have equipped numerous companies across varying industries with our state-of-the-art laser cleaning systems.

If you’re looking for a faster, totally unique industrial cleaning and coating removal process, contact us today or call (816) 466-5855 to find the right laser cleaning system for your application.

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