Solvent Kleene Releases Extreme Heat Resistant Powder Coating Remover
Solvent Kleene’s D-Zolve 917 facilitates the removal of extreme temperature resistant and chemical resistant powder coating.
Before immersion in D-Zolve 917. Source | Solvent Kleene Inc.
Solvent Kleene Inc. (Peabody, Mass.) has released D-Zolve 917, a product designed to remove extreme temperature resistant and chemical resistant powder coating.
Extreme heat and chemical resistant powder coating is used in applications where it is important the coating withstand extreme temperatures without discoloring, losing gloss, adhesion or cracking. Because it has greater durability than ceramic coating and has been tested in temperatures up to 1200°F/ 649°C, removing chemical resistant high temperature powder coating can be challenging.
After immersion in D-Zolve 917.
D-Zolve 917 removes the powder coating from the surface of the substrate. The solution performs at low temperature of 110°F., is non-flammable, contains no methylene chloride or peroxides. The high temperature powder coating is removed by immersion with agitation followed by a quick water rinse.
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