Mini Metal Rust Removal Fiber Laser Cleaning Machine 50w 100w
Weighing at 4.4 pounds, the DIHORSE 50W laser cleaning machine is light enough to be handheld for prolonged periods. The DIHORSE 50W laser cleaning machine uses the Raycus Fiber Laser to ablate rust and impurities from surfaces. The Raycus 50W is capable of removing both organic and inorganic contaminants including rust, carbon deposit, scale or salt deposits, old grease, primers, corrosion preventive coatings as well as paints.
Excimer lasers typically operate at ultraviolet wavelengths with major applications including semiconductor photolithography and LASIK eye surgery. In most lasers, lasing begins with spontaneous emission into the lasing mode. This initial light is then amplified by stimulated emission in the gain medium. Stimulated emission produces light that matches the input signal in direction, wavelength, and polarization, whereas the phase of emitted light is 90 degrees in lead of the stimulating light. This, combined with the filtering effect of the optical resonator gives laser light its characteristic coherence, and may give it uniform polarization and monochromaticity, depending on the resonator’s design.
However, no machine gets the job done as efficiently, and gives you value for money as much as the DIHORSE 50W hand-held laser cleaning machine. Unlike other rust removal procedures, laser cleaning works on all surfaces that are prone to rusting, including stones, concrete, iron, aluminum or copper. Scrubbing off rust from surfaces only disintegrates the rusty particles from the substrate, leaving you with a toxic lump of rust dust at the end of the process.
Raymond Laser is a full laser machine manufacturer, with nearly 13 years of experience as an industry pioneer. Raymond Laser provide the excatly right solution for your industry’s marking and cleaning requirement. With Professional logistics and distribution, we can ship the machine to your local port in time base on FOB or CIF term, also can provide the door to door service. According to ergonomics and processing characteristics, the laser rust remover meets the requirement of space-saving displaying which applies to different processing environment. The cleaning effect can be judged by CCD camera and the surface acoustic wave caused by laser. The machine is capable of cleaning any metal, including carbon steel, stainless steel and coated steel.
Gould won his first minor patent in 1977, yet it was not until 1987 that he won the first significant patent lawsuit victory, when a Federal judge ordered the U.S. Patent Office to issue patents to Gould for the optically pumped and the gas discharge laser devices. The question of just how to assign credit for inventing the laser remains unresolved by historians. Another method of achieving pulsed laser operation is to pump the laser material with a source that is itself pulsed, either through electronic charging in the case of flash lamps, or another laser which is already pulsed. Pulsed pumping was historically used with dye lasers where the inverted population lifetime of a dye molecule was so short that a high energy, fast pump was needed.