Laser Photonics introduces 2kW laser blaster for cleaning applications

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Laser Photonics has unveiled a high-powered handheld 2000-CTH Jobsite Laser Blaster for material cleaning applications. This industrial laser cleaning equipment is designed with speed and user-convenience in mind while being a cost-effective, efficient, and safe method of industrial cleaning, rust removal, paint removal, and surface preparation.

Claimed to be the industry’s fastest available handheld laser cleaning machine, the system is designed to replace sandblasting, abrasive blasting, and chemical cleaning methods. The Handheld 2000W (2kW) Jobsite Laser Blaster removes messy chemicals and contaminants from the equation — No more storing and using dangerous chemicals, hazardous fumes, costly clean-ups, and complicated procedures.

Jobsite Laser Blaster is an update driven by customer feedback and is part of Laser Photonics’ commitment to deliver the latest most sophisticated products in the industry. Jobsite Laser Blaster is available for immediately delivery.

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