Pickling and WELDING
at the Laser


Our laser equipment for surface cleaning and stripping is state-of-the-art, based on Ytterbium-doped Silica fiber laser technology. These systems can be continuous emission (CW
laser) or Pulsed (Q / MOPA laser).

They have been designed to democratize their use on new
They are designed to be easily transported, installed and handled by a technician or a robot arm.

Simply connect the equipment to a domestic 220V electrical outlet and start up the equipment to be ready to work: No need to add chemicals, water or other media to be reprocessed afterwards!

No dust generation or noise disturbing the neighborhood!
With the advantage of manual handling of the laser head, it’s child’s play to focus the laser beam on the work area, whether flat or shaped.

Our laser machines can remove a wide range of contaminants extremely effectively: Oil, grease, resin, traces of pollution, soot deposits, rust, graffiti, paint…etc.


  • No noise pollution
  • Cost-effective solution
  • Efficiency
  • Wide range of applications
  • Ecological solution
  • Depth-of-cut control
  • No contact
  • Long-term investment
  • Small footprint
  • Respect for treated surfaces
  • Easily transportable

Pulse mode

  • High power in a single impact
  • High-precision micro-machining
  • Pulsed laser efficiency
  • Minimum deformation
  • Optimized micro-soldering

A non-destructive method:
laser blasting

Traditional industrial cleaning relies mainly on the use of chemical agents and mechanical methods to accomplish cleaning tasks. However, with growing awareness of the importance of preserving the environment and ensuring safety, the use of chemicals in cleaning and stripping operations in industrial production is becoming less and less accepted. This makes it imperative to seek out more environmentally-friendly cleaning and stripping methods.

Pulsed laser cleaning and stripping are distinguished by their ability to be gentle on base substrates, being non-abrasive, and to cause no damage since they require no physical contact with the parts being treated. What’s more, thanks to its pulsed mode, this method considerably reduces the thermal effects of the laser, making it particularly suitable for the most delicate materials.

Laser cleaning also offers solutions to problems that cannot be solved by traditional cleaning methods. Using this technique, it becomes possible to tackle challenges that were previously insurmountable with conventional methods.


Our cleaning and stripping equipment using ytterbium-doped fiber laser technology represents a new generation of equipment. They offer advanced performance and are available in two versions: the continuous-wave laser (CW laser) and the pulsed laser (Q / MOPA laser).

These systems are remarkably easy to install and operate, and can also be integrated into robots. Once plugged into a standard electrical outlet and switched on, they can be easily used by the operator, without the need to add chemicals, water or other substances for further processing. What’s more, they operate without generating dust or noise pollution for the surrounding environment.

The ability to manually manipulate the laser head makes it extremely easy to focus the laser beam on the work area, whether flat or complex in shape. Our laser machines are highly effective in removing a wide range of contaminants such as oil, grease, resin, traces of pollution, soot deposits, rust, graffiti, paint and many others.

Technique and principle

Laser efficiency:
Approx. 1m²/h per 100W (i.e. 200W = 2m² cleaned in 1 hour)

On rust

In response to the very high energy produced by the impact of the laser pulse on the treated surface, the oxide particles immediately expand in the form of a plasma similar to a micro-explosion.

This phenomenon is repeated with each impulse until the structure
is reached. The latter requires much more energy to operate.
be attacked.

Note that in the Pulsed laser principle, laser pulses are not fired at successive areas, so that the substrate does not reach its melting point, even if it is repeatedly impacted.

On paint and other surface treatments:

Surface degradation is the result of a photochemical and oxidative reaction that produces violent vaporization of the impacted area. Depending on the material, this will result in either coating delamination, vaporization or combustion.

Not all materials absorb light in the same way! The laser pulse
will therefore have a capacity to degrade surfaces that varies according to the nature of the
finish and color.