Commercial Paint Stripping
The hot alkaline process is designed to remove most paints from all steel, stainless steel and copper products ranging from sheet metal and frame work as well as paint hooks, jigs, floor grids etc.
The plant can accommodate items up to 6 metres in length and 3 metres width fully submerged.
One of the benefits of stripping with this method is its ability to provide a short term inhibitor to all ferrous metals without the need to apply oil although this can be applied if required.
Our non hazardous solvent stripper will remove coatings from all aluminium products and has been blended specifically to replace the much maligned methylene chloride thus, complying with current environmental legislation.
It has the advantage of being non corrosive to the properties of the aluminium enabling a clean, perfect surface finish after processing with items up to 6.5 metres accommodated.
The controlled pyrolysis furnace can accommodate items up to 6 metres in length and is designed specifically for the removal of paint and other residues from jigs, floor grids, hooks etc that have excessive build up.
This enables us to maintain fast turnaround times that would otherwise not only be achievable but also unviable through chemical processing.
This process is also effective in removing more specialised coatings such as nylon and plastic from steel components.