Laser Photonics Sells First CleanTech Laser Blaster to Emerson Automation Solutions – Coherent (NASDAQ:COHR), Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL)

Laser Photonics Corporation

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announced the sale of the first CleanTech Laser Blaster Cabinet to Emerson Automation Solutions. Wayne Tupuola, chief executive officer of Laser Photonics, commented: “This is the only CleanTech Laser Blaster Cabinet with the FDA’s Center for Device and Radiological Heath (CDRH) approval. Having a Blue Chip company like Emerson as our first customer for this product certainly validates the value of our innovative solutions for a variety of applications. We look forward to working with them on future opportunities.” The cabinet was installed at Emerson Automation Solutions’ subsidiary, Fisher Controls International’s Texas facility. Fisher Controls provides process flow control technologies-related services to industrial companies in a variety of industries. The CleanTech™ Laser Blaster Cabinet is a self-contained, industrial laser cleaning machine. This system is the only laser cleaning machine in the world that incorporates the exclusive power of a fiber laser with a handheld laser-blasting head inside an enclosed 30″ x 26″ work area. This system is designed for speed, precision, safety, and flexibility. It is the only laser blasting cabinet manufactured in compliance with CDRH FDA and OSHA regulatory compliance. As a first-of-its-kind product, LPC has added an extra level of security – a redundantly switched safety interlock system that helps prevent accidental exposure to excess laser radiation. Additionally, the system is equipped with an electrical power manual reset, a key-locked laser power switch and a remote interlock connector. There is an exhaust outlet for the Fume Extractor, powder coated for industrial durability, which provides excellent protection for laser radiation according to CDRH requirements, and a Class IV operator-safe yellow transparent laser-rated acrylic viewing port for visualization of welding processes and easier alignment. Finally, the system has audible and visible emission indicators with five-second emission delay settings. More information can be found here

https://www.laserphotonics.com/cleantech-laser-blaster-cabinet

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