Pollution Control Products Burn-Off Process Safely Cleans Metal

Originally titled 'Burn-Off Process Safely Cleans Metal'

The Controlled Pyrolysis process used in Pollution Control Products’s burn-off ovens is designed to clean metal parts such as paint hangars, racks and hooks without using toxic solvents, acids and other dangerous materials.

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The Controlled Pyrolysis process used in Pollution Control Products’s burn-off ovens is designed to clean metal parts such as paint hangars, racks and hooks without using toxic solvents, acids and other dangerous materials.

The patented process vaporizes paints, epoxies, powder coatings and other combustible materials. The resulting smoke and gases are then processed through a 1,400°F afterburner, eliminating virtually all hydrocarbon emissions and leaving a small amount of harmless, odorless water vapor and carbon dioxide to exhaust out the stack, the company says. 

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