Aqueous Stripper Saves Time, Money

This mildly acidic liquid concentrate is used to remove tenacious coatings, including powder and organic coatings, from ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

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Hubbard-Hall says is highlighting how its customers can save time, money and improve efficiency in paint stripping operations by switching to its aqueous paint stripper, Aquastrip ACB. This mildly acidic liquid concentrate is used to remove tenacious coatings, including powder and organic coatings, from ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

One of its unique features, the company says, is its ability to break the adhesion of the coating and remove paint from the surface in sheets, which provides a longer bath life. Hubbard Hall says that the real value discovered by its customers is that it allows them to reuse their masking materials, therefore extending the life of their masking materials by two to three years. In the first year, customers reported increased productivity by 22 percent and saved up to 85 percent on masking material expenses.