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Is there radiation from the laser welding machine?

Time:2020-11-19 Views:183

Laser welding machine is one of the indispensable equipment in the field of welding. It mainly uses the principle of laser radiation for welding. Therefore, there are always people who worry about its safety during use. For example, does the laser welding machine have radiation? I believe this problem is very concerned by most people, because radiation will endanger the health of the human body, the following Minglei laser technicians will answer this question for you:

  Laser is a kind of high-intensity light that emits light energy when excited. Generally, the laser light emitted by the laser source can be considered as non-physical when it is not accessible or visible. However, the laser welding machine will cause ionizing radiation and stimulated radiation during the welding process. This induced radiation has a significant impact on the eyes and body. Therefore, we must stay away from the welding part when welding.

   Although the radiation of the laser welding machine to the human body is basically within the safe range, non-professionals should not touch the laser source. The laser is an invisible and high-energy beam. Once touched, it is very dangerous. In particular, the damage to the eyes is the greatest, so in the case of long-term viewing of the light source, you must wear protective glasses. 

   Is there radiation from the laser welding machine? Let me explain it for you. In fact, no matter whether the laser welding machine has radiation or not, as long as we wear respiratory protective gear, wear radiation protective clothing, wear eye shields, pay attention to ventilation, pay attention to the inhalation of dust and metal particles, and take protective measures to avoid injury. This is the performance of being responsible for one's own body and personal safety.

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