The restoration of the pulpit and balustrade of the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte, promoted by Friends of Florence, has just been completed.
The conservative intervention, directed by Dr. Maria Maugeri, with the scientific support of the ISPC of the CNR and carried out by restorers Daniela Manna and Marina Vincenti, also saw the contribution of the laser device technology of El.En. S.p.A. made available free of charge for the removal of concretions on the balustrade and on a capital.
The palace of Portici (NA), the summer residence of the Bourbon royal family, is today at the center of important restoration works.
Our Infinito 100W and EOS QS systems have been used for the removal of dark encrustations from the rich stuccoes that decorate the vaults of the rooms.
The Rialto Bridge has undergone a restoration that involved all the constituent elements of the bridge in a global and unified manner.
Among the various technologies used by LITHOS restorers there is also our Thunder Art laser!
For more info click HERE (in italian)
You are still on time to sign in for the LACONA 13 Conference that will be held in beautiful Florence from the 12th to the 16th of September 2022!
For more information please click HERE
Casa degli Omenoni restored, the statues of the telamons rediscovered.
Our Thunder Art and Infinito 100w lasers helped the restorers to clean the facade of one of the most iconic buildings in Milan.
Here some info about this iconic building
Another successful laser cleaning workshop with Adam Jenkins and the masonry conservation students from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate Program in Historic Preservation.
Here for more info
The latest active fiber laser system INFINITO 300W designed by El.En. was officially presented by our French ECP distributors at the Salon du Patrimoine in Paris.
A fast, reliable, efficient and perfect system for cleaning large surfaces such as those of architectural facades.
HERE the technical data of the new system!
The International Conference APLAR 7 took place in Venice on the 7th e 8th November 2019 .
For more information visit the website
The South Door of the Florence Baptistery, crafted from 1330 to 1336 by Andrea Pisano, has been lately restored thanks also to our lasers and has been placed in the “Room of Paradise” in the Museo dell’Opera of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence just next to the other two doors previously restored.
For more information click HERE