Webinar – Paint Stripping: A Value-Added Process

Dates:
Start date: Oct 27, 2021, 2:00pm ET
End date: Oct 27, 2021, 3:00pm ET


Description: Have you considered how chemical paint stripping can cut costs, improve quality and boost capacity?
It is generally accepted that paint and powder coating processes suffer from the overspray that builds up on hooks, racks and hangers. Consequences include a drop in electrical conductivity, which reduces coating adhesion, and results in a poor visual appearance. The solution is to remove the build-up as often as possible, but that’s something many coaters find hard and expensive. Chipping, burning and blasting the excess buildup of paint and powder are slow, labor-intensive processes that end up damaging and adding to the repair cost for hooks and racks.

Find Out:
  • Which process is best for you – In-line Chemical Paint Stripping Process vs. Off-line Chemical Immersion Tank?
  • What happens to coating that’s been removed?
  • What are the key benefits from moving away from chipping, burning and blasting?
  • How has this worked for other companies like me?
 

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Start Date: 2021-10-27

End Date: 2021-10-27

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External Link: https://www.bigmarker.com/gardner-business-media-inc-w1/Paint-Stripping-A-Value-Added-Process?utm_bmcr_source=Hubbard-Hall

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Excerpt: Have you considered how chemical paint stripping can cut costs, improve quality and boost capacity?

It is generally accepted that paint and powder coating processes suffer from the overspray that builds up on hooks, racks and hangers. Consequences include a drop in electrical conductivity, which reduces coating adhesion, and results in a poor visual appearance. The solution is to remove the build-up as often as possible, but that’s something many coaters find hard and expensive. Chipping, burning and blasting the excess buildup of paint and powder are slow, labor-intensive processes that end up damaging and adding to the repair cost for hooks and racks.

Why Does It Matter

Recover rejected parts to reapply desired coating
Reuse masking material and plugs
Sustainably remanufacture aluminum alloy wheels
Remove unwanted e-coat for reapplication
Extend the life of valuable automotive parts including engines, transmissions and brakes

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