• Laser ablation can be used on any substrate to remove contaminants and sterilise areas. Laser ablation has several advantages over other removal methods, including less hazardous waste and fewer ergonomic injuries.
  • Confined space laser ablation of welds and internal structures can facilitate optimal results for non-destructive testing and inspection.
  • Environmentally friendly, precise, and cost effective laser cleaning and inspection services specifically targeting the oil and gas industry.
  • We offer complete tube inspection support, from the planning stage through to the execution and report finalisation exercise.
  • Laser ablation is commonly used for fault analysis in materials science and engineering. There are several methods of laser ablation used for fault analysis, including laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), laser-induced fluorescence (LIF), and laser microprobe mass spectrometry (LAMMA).
  • LASMO utilises innovative methods, including emerging laser cleaning technology, to help industries reduce costs, increase operational safety, and reduce environmental impact.
  • Laser ablation (laser-blasting) as an efficient alternative to “chipping, sandblasting, or hydro-blasting” when preparing metal for painting. Laser ablation leaves clean and bare metal substrates without leaving residue like dust, chips, and blasting grit.
  • Tankers are particularly susceptible to corrosion due to their constant exposure to saltwater and harsh environmental conditions. Laser ablation can be used to remove the corrosion and extend the lifespan of the tankers.
  • LASMO has the capability to do 3D imaging inspections to further assist in outage planning or RBI programs. 3D imaging enables complete assessment of assets and infrastructure damage, and we produce damage reports that are compliant with industry standard recommendations.