Increased pulse energy increases process speed and quality

The Powerlase Vulcan emits pulsed NIR radiation with power up to 1600W. The laser beam is fibre delivered to the handheld processing tool.

The high energy pulses of the Vulcan laser cleaning system can reach up to 250mJ thus enabling a detachment or hybrid detachment process that removes paints and coatings at high speed over large spot sizes. The Powerlase Vulcan thus makes the process attractive to industries such as aerospace, energy generation, automotive, marine and others, where paint and coating removal speeds are important.

The patented process used by the Powerlase Vulcan system can remove most paints with speeds in excess of 0.5m²/minSee how laser de-painting compares to other methods.

Learn more about our Vulcan De-Painter Processing Head.

Learn more about the Vulcan i1600 High Power Infrared Laser.

Laser Paint Coat and Primer Removal

The Powerlase Vulcan emits pulsed NIR radiation with power up to 1600W. The laser beam is fibre delivered to the handheld processing tool.

The high energy pulses of the Vulcan laser cleaning system can reach up to 250mJ , in this case this was tuned to 150mJ thus enabling a detachment or hybrid detachment process that removes paints and primer coatings at high speed over large spot sizes. The Powerlase Vulcan thus makes the process attractive to industries such as aerospace, energy generation, automotive, marine and others, where paint and coating removal speeds are important.

The patented process used by the Powerlase Vulcan system can remove most paints with speeds in excess of 0.5m²/min.

Learn more about the Vulcan i1600 High Power Infrared Laser.

Comparison of de-painting methods

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