Industrial Laser Cleaning

P-Laser develops and produces the world's most advanced industrial

laser cleaning equipment for manual and automated use. Precise, cost effective and clean.

Laser Cleaning Applications

The number of laser cleaning applications is growing exponentially. Every day new possibilities are discovered and explored. From the classical rust removal to the restoration of natural stone building facades.

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Laser Cleaning Equipment

P-Laser develops and produces the world's most advanced industrial laser equipment for manual and automated use. Our industrial laser cleaning systems range from 20 to 1000 watt of extremely accurate cleaning power.


Laser Cleaning Services

P-Laser offers you a number of specialised laser cleaning related services, varying from research, renting of equipment and actual cleaning, to activities such as laser marking and labeling. 

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Laser Cleaning - How It Works

Laser cleaning is the neatest technique to treat a wide range of substrates. It only irradiates the material you want to remove, leaving your base material untouched.

Laser cleaning is safe for the user and has the lowest possible impact on the environment.


Why choose P-Laser?

  • A world authority in  
    industrial laser cleaning
  • State-of-the-art solutions, 
    tailored to your business
  • An experienced team of 
    highly motivated engineers

P-Laser enjoys the trust of, among others, these valued partners

The latest news!


Anode cleaning with lasers


AiRC-1000: cleaning anode rods. P-Laser proudly presents the AiRC-1000; the new industry standard for cleaning anode rods by our Australian partner Automation Innovation Pty Ltd Energy-efficient cleaning. Aluminium smelters are looking to reduce energy costs and improve efficiencies which the AiRC-1000 delivers. The use of new laser technology replaces the old and inefficient methods of cleaning anode rods, providing optimum rod surface conductivity that lowers electricity usage during the smelting process. Fast return on investment. The estimated return on investment for the AiRC-1000 is between 12 to 18 months for an average-sized plant. Check out the video.
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P-Laser on the Advancements show


The Series. The Advancements series is an information-based educational show targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world. P-Laser. Hearing from experts in the industry, producers will travel to Belgium to learn how P-Laser’s industrial ablation laser cleaning equipment is being used to treat and clean surfaces in a simple and environmentally friendly way. Highlighting the importance of industrial cleaning throughout the production chain, this segment of Advancements will focus on recent innovations in sustainable industrial cleaning applications, which are helping companies to reduce waste and production time, while increasing efficiency and eliminating the use of consumables. More information about the show:
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Case: Restoration of an old Cottage


Laser cleaning can be used to conserve and restore important works of art, architecture, and cultural heritage. In this case laser cleaning has been used to restore parts of an old stone cottage and its artefacts in a remote area of South West Ireland. Cause of a fire damage. The cottage had no foundations, which was common at the time of building, with walls 2 feet thick, made of large stones. Due to a violent fire inside the cottage, a considerable internal damage has been caused by the black acrid smoke that travelled to all parts of the house. Work began on restoring the cottage to itsoriginal state. Laser cleaning of the cottage. The battens in the house were a cause for concern. Only one of them was burned but the rest were coated in a sooty residue. Should all the battens need replacing, the upstairs floor, which was attached to the battens, would have to come down too. The cost for doing this would be quite considerable. In order to avoid this, laser cleaning was employed and was able to remove the soot, both from the painted battens and the plaster board. During the cleaning process they used the P-Laser Compact QFC-100 hand-held portable fibre laser at full power, with a programmable line width of 200 mm and adjusted the focal length to the maximum of 500 mm. Download the complete article about this restoration here.
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