Non-metallic objects can also benefit from laser cleaning due to its precision, effectiveness, and non-contact nature. Laser cleaning machines can be used to clean a wide range of non-metallic products across various industries. Some common non-metallic products that can be cleaned with laser cleaning machines include: plastic parts, plastic molds, ceramics, ceramic tiles, sculptures, furniture, artwork, rubber seals, marble, granite, bricks, etc.

Laser cleaning stone

Laser cleaning systems typically allow for the adjustment of parameters such as laser intensity, pulse duration, and wavelength. These parameters can be fine-tuned to suit different surface materials, including painted walls, historic stone buildings, bricks, paving stones, and even the removal of building soot after a fire. Laser cleaning machines can remove contaminants, stains, or graffiti from surfaces with high precision and minimal manual labor. This makes it well-suited for large-scale cleaning projects.

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Laser cleaning wood

Laser cleaning wood is a technique used to remove contaminants, residues, or unwanted layers from the surface of wood using laser technology. This process is particularly useful for delicate wood artifacts, historical relics or wooden house where traditional cleaning methods might be too abrasive or damaging. Laser cleaning can be used on a variety of wood types and shapes, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, from small artifacts to large architectural structures.

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Laser cleaning ceramics

Laser cleaning provides precise control over the removal process, allowing for selective targeting of contaminants or coatings on ceramic surfaces. This precision ensures that only the unwanted material is removed, while the underlying ceramic substrate remains intact. Laser cleaning generates minimal heat compared to other cleaning methods, reducing the risk of thermal damage to the ceramic material. This is especially important for delicate ceramics or applications where heat-sensitive components are present.

Laser cleaning glass

Laser cleaning can remove coatings, residues, and contaminants from glass surfaces without scratching or damaging the glass. It finds applications in the automotive industry for cleaning windshields, in architecture for restoring historical glass windows, and in the optical industry for cleaning lenses and optical components.


Laser cleaning of plastic products

Laser cleaning is effective for removing coatings, adhesives, and contaminants from plastic and polymer surfaces. It is used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and consumer goods manufacturing for cleaning plastic molds, parts, and components.

Laser cleaning of textiles

Laser cleaning is employed in the restoration and conservation of artworks made from non-metallic materials such as paintings on canvas, sculptures, and textiles. It can remove surface dirt, smoke residues, varnishes, and unwanted layers without harming the original artwork.

Laser cleaning composite materials

Laser cleaning is useful for cleaning composite materials used in aerospace, automotive, and marine industries. It can remove release agents, mold residues, and contaminants from composite surfaces without affecting the integrity of the material.