Laser Photonics Technology Simplifies Corrosion Removal

Laser Photonics Corp. (Orlando, Florida, USA), a leading global developer of industrial laser systems for laser cleaning and other material applications, says the car restoration space is one of several key application areas for its CleanTech laser systems.

“Professionals in the classic car restoration space greatly benefit from using our laser cleaning technology to solve unique challenges that traditional methods are often unable to meet,” says Wayne Tupuola, CEO of Laser Photonics.

“Our technology is eco-friendly, cost-effective, and time efficient,” he adds. “Applications include rust removal, paint removal, surface preparation and more. This technology is an excellent alternative to traditional cleaning methods like sandblasting, dry ice blasting, and other abrasive blasting techniques.”

According to Laser Photonics, the CleanTech laser technology is used to recondition engines, drivetrains, transmission components, driveshafts, diesel fuel filters, as well as brake drums and disks. Laser-based processes can help reduce costs while also improving the quality and accuracy of repairs and restoration.

Another application of lasers during auto restoration is cleaning and surface preparation. Laser cleaning uses a high-powered laser beam to remove dirt, rust, corrosion, mold and other contaminants from surfaces without damaging the underlying material, the company explains. This method is highly effective and can significantly reduce the time and cost associated with traditional cleaning methods.

Source: Laser Photonics Corp.,