LSP Technologies, Inc. is guided by three general principles:
- Collaborate with our customers to enhance their products,
- Commercialize innovative high-energy laser technologies, and
- Advance laser technologies that make the world a safer place.
LSP Technologies was founded in 1995 by Dr. Jeff L Dulaney, a former Battelle scientist, who serves as the Company’s President and CEO. The company has grown steadily through the years to be a premiere supplier of laser peening services and equipment.
The Company’s founding emphasis was on commercializing the materials-processing technology generally known as laser peening. LSP Technologies has branded LaserPeen™ as our brand of processing and equipment. Laser peening technology and services remain the Company’s primary business. We provide laser peening services to major aerospace and power generation OEMs to help them achieve the fatigue life extensions for their turbine engine components that they require.
LSPT uses custom, in-house designed and fabricated LaserPeen™ brand laser systems, and has also introduced RapidCoater™ brand of overlay application equipment as part of its on-going efforts to make the LaserPeen™ process more efficient and cost-effective.
Since 2001, LSP Technologies has been developing additional laser technologies that are now commercial products. The most notable technology is our Laser Bond Inspection (LBI) device which tests the strength of composite adhesive bonds.
Laser Bond Inspection technology (LBI) is now commercially viable to test and verify the strength of adhesively bonded joints used in composite structures, for example within aircraft, bridges, buildings, and automobiles. It is an inspection process that will further assure the safety and reliability of bonded structures. LBI technology is capable for use with other bonded surfaces, including, for example, metals and ceramics, and metal to metal.
LSP Technologies operates an AS9100 and ISO9001:2008 registered Quality Management System for Laser Processes and Equipment Design at its facility in Dublin, Ohio.