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Laser Photonics Corporation announced it received an order from Gateway Clipper

Laser Photonics Corporation (NASDAQ: LASE) today announced it received an order from Gateway Clipper, an operator of sightseeing and dinner cruises on Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers.

Peter Evans, president of Laser Photonics, commented: “Gateway Clipper’s purchase of our CleanTech Handheld LPC-2000-CTHD system to service their fleet of five ships is a perfect example of the huge marine opportunity available to Laser Photonics. Corrosion control within the marine and boating industry is in heavy demand, and the CleanTech line, with its dual-axis technology, is a perfect fit for this application. Our 2000-watt systems have helped customers reduce the preparation time and increase throughput speeds by quickly removing grease, oil and rust from ships.”

CleanTech Handheld LPC-2000-CTHD

The CleanTech Handheld LPC-2000-CTHD is a 2000-watt handheld laser cleaning machine and surface preparation system designed to remove rust, paint, and almost anything else from steel, aluminum, iron, and many more surface types. We believe the CleanTech Laser Blasting Systems’ performance surpasses the capabilities of standard sandblasting and dry-ice blasting while eliminating dangerous chemicals, hazardous fumes, costly materials and complicated procedures.

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