Laser Cleaning Services
Why Choose US
We have over 20 years of Construction and Industrial experience and are dedicated to delivering top-notch services to meet your cleaning needs. We work closely with our clients to understand their requirements and provide customized solutions that best fit their specific needs.
So, if you’re looking for a reliable and effective cleaning solution, look no further! Let us help you make your world a cleaner and brighter place. Contact us today to learn more about our laser cleaning services and how we can help you.
Laser cleaning works according to the principle of pulsed laser ablation. We add a lot of energy to the surface in the form of light in a very short period of time (nanoseconds). The light will be absorbed by the contaminant, and will reflect on the substrate. In between the substrate and the contaminant, a layer of gas will be created which pushes the contaminant away from the substrate. Minimal evaporation is possible. The combination of these processes is called ablation.
The results are particularly good with metal substrates, with a variety of alloys, such as aluminium, machine carbon steel, copper, stainless steel, etc. Mineral substrates like stone and concrete can be cleaned as well, but the results will differ depending on the contaminant. Wood and other heat absorbing materials like plastic are not recommendable.
We can remove a lot of organic and anorganic substances with a laser, such as grease, oxide, coatings (paint), etc. Do you have a specific question or a challenging project? Send us your case via info@ALC.com, chances are that we already have experience with your problem!
No, one of the big advantages of laser cleaning service is that it doesn’t damage the substrate when used correctly. You can clean your delicate and expensive substrates without having to worry.
Laser cleaning will slightly heat up the substrate, but this heating up will be minimal, since a pulsed laser beam is used for laser cleaning. The pulses of light are so short that the substrate doesn’t heat up, or only heats up slightly (depending on the material of the substrate of course).
No. Laser cleaning does not generate secondary waste. The results are so clean, that we can remove visible finger prints from stainless steel!
No, not at all. Laser cleaning works with pure light, and does not add harmful chemicals to the proces. No secondary waste is created like with sand blasting, where the sand that is used to clean is contaminated, and needs to be cleaned up afterwards. With laser cleaning, the contamination that is released is immediately captured and collected, and can be safely deposited afterwards. The amount of waste is therefore minimal.