Laser Paint Removal
Stripping large surfaces is a complex and expensive process. It normally requires the use of chemicals, considerable water and many hours of work. An environmentally friendly and flexible alternative to traditional paint stripping is laser stripping.
Laser paint removal involves using a laser to remove a layer of paint from the metal substrate on which it is applied. The main advantage is that the beam only selectively acts on the paint without touching the metal underneath. The process is ideal for removing paint in a specific area, for example when particular points on the surface, covered with paint in a previous passage, need to be stripped for subsequent functionalization.
Of all the paint stripping processes available, laser stripping is the most environmentally friendly: the beam instantly vaporises the paint without producing any waste or residue. If you are looking for a precise, selective process to perfectly strip irregular or easily damaged surfaces, laser is the solution for you.
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