Paint stripping

We have our own on-site, state of the art paint stripping facility capable of removing polyester powder from most metals. The process is chemical, not thermal, therefore  the base metal is unaffected just leaving a clean finish ready for re-painting. This is useful for refreshing material, re-branding, correcting mistakes (they do happen) or re-using old material. More details on our DATA SHEET.

Three-stage paint removal process based on an alkali-accelerated solvent

  • Old paint can be removed and material re-coated in a different colour.
  • Your expensive stocks of material can be refurbished or completely rebranded.
  • Any coating rejected at final inspection can be easily removed before reprocessing the material to the original specification, thereby improving customer service.
  • Paint, pre-treatment (conversion coatings ) and anodising can all be chemically removed. The base metal is restored close to its original condition.
  • The process does not involve heat and therefore there is no distortion.
Paint stripping
Paint stripping
  • In most cases chemical stripping will remove all of the paint.
  • Old, thick and ingrained paint can be softened by chemical stripping before completing the removal with a blasting process.
  • We use non-ferrous aluminium oxide bead blasting for aluminium and ferrous grit blasting (for steel) causing no damage to the underlying metal.  
  • See our shot blasting page.

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