Hubbard-Hall's Aquastrip ACB Stripper Removes Powder, Wet paint, CARC Coatings from Variety of Materials

Company says Aquastrip ACB achieves a potential increase in productivity by 22 percent, and up to 85 percent in masking material expenses. See the Video!

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Hubbard-Hall's aqueous paint stripper Aquastrip ACB will be featured at the Fabtech finishing pavilion. The company says Aquastrip ACB achieves a potential increase in productivity by 22 percent, and up to 85 percent in masking material expenses. The Aquastrip ACB can be used to strip masking materials as many as six to seven times. This non-hazardous paint stripper can strip powder, wet paint and CARC coatings from masking materials, ferrous and non-ferrous metals. In a recent case study, Aquastrip stripped a CARC coating between 20 to 120 minutes; a similar product used for the same purpose took over 24 hours. 

Aquastrip ACB is versatile and can be used at temperatures ranging 100°F - 180°F, however lower temperatures will result in longer strip times and higher temperatures will result in shorter bath lives. Therefore, Hubbard-Hall recommends 150°F as the optimum operating temperature. Other beneficial features include its ability to break the adhesion of the coating in sheets, providing a longer bath life. Fabtech attendees can view a demonstration of this product at Hubbard-Hall’s booth, C52059.

 

 

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