TECHNOLOGICAL ANSWERS
TO RESTORATION

The growing need to preserve our cultural heritage is causing a rise in the demand for increasingly accurate cleaning techniques, featuring high selectivity and low impact.

LIGHT BRUSH 2

Studies shown indeed that Er:YAG laser exposure on a surface dampened with a liquid containing –OH groups effectively removes old varnish and other encrustations without inducing unwanted chemical or physical changes on the original surface.

For this reason, Light Brush 2 is particularly suitable for the removal of overpaintings and varnishes from wall and easel paintings.

Light Brush 2 is an innovative tool for restorers thanks to variable energy emission from 50mJ to 500mJ and to the pulse duration optimised for the cleaning of Cultural Heritage.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

  • Light and easy-to-use system with articulated arm
  • Efficient on the removal of yellow varnishes and overpaintings
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TECHNICAL DATA

Wavelength 2940 nm
Pulse duration VERY SHORT mode 150 µs, SHORT mode 250 µs
Maximum energy per pulse 500 mJ
Energy VERY SHORT mode: selectable from 50 mJ to 300 mJ (step 50mJ), SHORT mode: selectable from 100 mJ to 500 mJ (step 50mJ)
Repetition frequency selectable between single pulse, 1 ÷ 10Hz, 15Hz, 20Hz
Spot 1 mm
Beam delivery 7 mirrors articulated arm
Handpiece fixed focus
Aiming beam diode laser 3 mW (680 nm)
Power supply 230 V - 50/60 Hz, 8.5 A
Dimensions 145x23x65 cm
Weigth 47 Kg
Laser shutter controlled by footswitch
Cooling circuit sealed with heat exchanger (air/liquid)