Differences between pulse cleaning machine and continuous cleaning machine

Pulse cleaning machine and continuous cleaning machine are two common laser cleaning equipment, which differ in working principle and application scenarios:

1. **Pulse cleaning machine**:

– **Working principle**: The pulse cleaning machine uses a pulsed laser beam, that is, a short-pulse high-energy laser beam, to evaporate or ablate the dirt or coating on the surface through an instantaneous high-energy impact to achieve a cleaning effect.

– **Advantages**: It is suitable for cleaning surfaces with severe pollution or attachments, and can clean quickly and efficiently.

– **Disadvantages**: Pulse cleaning machines are usually more expensive and are suitable for some scenarios with high requirements for cleaning effects.

2. **Continuous cleaning machine**:

– **Working principle**: The continuous cleaning machine uses a continuous laser beam with a lower energy density, but can continuously act on the surface to gradually remove dirt or coating.

– **Advantages**: It is suitable for cleaning that requires a relatively gentle surface, and can control the gentleness of the cleaning process and reduce damage to the substrate.

– **Disadvantages**: The cleaning speed is relatively slow, and the cleaning effect on some stubborn dirt may not be as good as that of the pulse cleaning machine.

The type of cleaning machine you choose depends on your specific cleaning needs and the requirements for cleaning speed, effectiveness, and substrate protection.

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