Laser Metal Stripping, Laser Surface Cleaning
TLC Metal Restoration is proud to be the only commercial owners of a cleanLASER CL-1000 in the Northeast. The cleanLASER can remove paint and corrosion quickly and cleanly from a variety of surfaces. The ability to provide rapid laser paint stripping and laser surface cleaning is a true game-changer for all industries. Strip to the bare surface without marring or missing any detail. A laser de-painted surface is clean, residue-free and ready for resurfacing in powder coating or metal plating.
Get laser paint stripping of both aluminum and steel, and from items such as tools, heavy equipment, automotive frames and parts, retail shelving, architectural lighting, and the restoration of plumbing fixture to name a few. Contact TLC Metal Restoration for cutting-edge laser paint stripping.
Laser Metal Stripping Videos
Laser Stripping Advantages
- Safe removal of hazardous coatings & contaminants
- Eliminates need for grinding/sanding/grit blasting
- Won’t damage sensitive parts or historic surfaces
- Free of solvents, chemicals, abrasives, water, dust & noise
- Creates oxide-free metal surfaces
Laser Stripping Applications
- Automotive and motorcycle restoration
- Residential and commercial architects, including retail
- Heavy industry and commercial applications
- General restoration and conservation
Laser Metal Stripping News
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