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Laser Conservation And Restoration Of Architectural Structures

Laser conservation and restoration of architectural structures, monuments, and statues is effective in removing decades of accumulation of oxides, bacterial micro-films, and other grime. With non-contact laser cleaning, no additional waste is generated beyond the materials being removed from the surface, all easily removed via an integrated extraction system and disposed of in portable filter canisters. With on the fly power tuning, the Vulcan laser cleaning system can clean as gently or as fast as needed for almost any job.

With the self-cooled portable Vulcan platform, its’ single-phase electrical requirement, and long process fibres there has never been a more versatile solution for external laser cleaning.

Around the globe today the renovation of historic buildings due to the natural degradation caused by air pollution is on the rise. Over time dirt and grime caused by air contaminants settle and seep under the surface of structures causing the appearance to diminish. To learn how the use of our laser cleaning systems can help in bringing surfaces to their former glowing read our conservation blog below.

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