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.

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  • 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?
Director of Technical Applications
Larry Ensley, Director of Technical Applications, oversees Hubbard-Hall's technical service team and lab operations. Ensley has been with the organization for almost 30 years and has guided the Technical team successfully to create and deliver products to the marketplace. He is also the acting Product Manager for the AquaStrip and MetalGuard product lines.