Removing paint from parts, racks, hooks, and fixtures is a necessary inconvenience for paint applicators. Guaranteeing high efficiency, quality, and minimized defects can only be achieved by removing the unwanted, cured paint. Traditional methods such as mechanical, thermal, and chemical paint removal can pose hazards to the environment and to the workforce as well as incur hidden costs.

To reduce environmental footprint, financial impact, new chemical processes have been developed offering safe, economical, and sustainable in-house paint removal solutions for ferrous, non-ferrous, and multi-metal applications. These processes lead to better quality, precise predictability at lower cost, and reduced operational expense. Atotech’s Master Remover® processes are at the forefront, environmentally sound with low energy, low consumption and low waste generation.

Join Sylvain Masson, Global Product Manager for Paint Support Technologies and learn more about Atotech’s Master Remover® processes. A robust, consistent, easy to implement system, which offers bountiful benefits to improve production.

Contents of the webinar:

- Available paint stripping methods
- Understanding of global stripping cost
- Capabilities of sustainable paint stripping
- Positive impact on productivity and cost control
- Implementation of sustainable paint removal
- Case studies
- Summary
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Global Product Manager Paint Support Technologies
Sylvain Masson has a M.B. Eng. in Industrial Management. He has been working for the Atotech Group for more than 18 years and has gained broad international experience through stations in France or China, where he has driven the PST business in all Asian countries. As Global Product Manager for Paint Support Technologies he first worked in Rock Hill, USA. Since 2019 he has been based at the Berlin headquarters and oversees the worldwide marketing of paint overspray and paint removal applications.
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