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Solvent Kleene D-Zolve
Stripping Solvent Serves as Safe Alternative to Burn-off, Sand Blast
D-Zolve from Solvent Kleene is a fast-acting stripper suitable for removing powder coating or paint from such automotive products as motorcycle frames, gas tanks and wheel rims.
E-Kleen SR cleaner
Cleaner Removes Weld Scale, Carbon Smut, Metalworking Fluids
EPi’s E-Kleen SR cleaning technology removes weld scale, carbon smut and difficult-to-clean metalworking fluids.
MicroCare Highlights Innovative Chemistries, End-user Case Studies at PMTS 2015
MicroCare will present its latest vapor degreasing fluids along with a timely presentation on practical application at the 2015 Precision Machining Technology Show.
Hubbard-Hall Appoints Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer
With a sales background in the same company, Gerry Mastropietro will promote the company’s lean program at all locations.
Methylene Chloride Stripper Recycling
I am wondering about using pure methylene chloride as a paint remover with a water blanket on top to control the fumes and distilling the methylene chloride laden sludge in a solvent distiller to recover it for reuse. Is there any reason this is not commonly done?

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