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Laser Cooling

What Is The Process?

  1. A laser is commonly used to cut strong materials or materials to very fine tolerances.

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Why Is Cooling Required?

A laser is commonly called a gun, it has very small pass ways for chilled water around the gun to insure the accuracy of the laser, is the water is too cold or hot the laser changes its beam width an its accuracy is lowered.

What Must The Cooling System Include?

Some lasers have intermediate heat exchangers that separate the de mineralised circuit and control the temperature to the fine tolerances, if this is the case then a standard chiller is acceptable.

If the chiller is direct onto the laser, a high pressure pump will be required together with a non-ferrous water circuit and +/- 1C tolerance (hot gas bypass).

Call Our Experienced Engineers

Should you require a laser cutting cooling system, Our team of engineers have many years experience in the laser machine cooling industry and are on hand to take your call on 0333 004 4433.

Before speaking to Aqua, please try and answer the following questions as thoroughly as possible, as the more information you can provide, the easier it will be for us to help you:

  • What is the temperature of the chilled water required?
  • What is the temperature of the returned chilled water?
  • What water pressure do you require at the laser?
  • What flow rate is required?
  • What fluid is used in the system?
  • Is deionised water being used?
  • Do you need antifreeze protection?
  • What is the input power for the laser?

We look forward to speaking to you soon and helping you with your laser cutter cooling system project!

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