paint stripping of aluminum wheels

Chemical Immersion

Surface Recovery’s chemical immersion cleaning process is used for organic paint stripping, coating removal and rust removal from both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Chemical immersion is an ideal process for complex metal stampings, aluminum forgings and castings.  SRT proprietary chemical processes are provided in different tanks using baskets with overhead hoists.  The tanks are 6' x 6' x 6' which are setup for the following services

  • Alkaline Paint Removal Service Supplier
  • Rust Removal Service Supplier
  • Rust Prevention Services
  • Laser Oxide/Scale Removal Services

During the chemical immersion process, paint is removed from parts through submersion into water-based chemical solutions, which surround the metal, removes the organics and provides a clean part for your parts washers before the re-paint. After the part is cleaned and inspected, we pack it into the original container to return it to the customer.

SRT is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner; therefore our chemical immersion process is compliant with all environmental standards. SRT is equipped with its own waste-water treatment system on site. Not only do we believe in reusing parts that were mistakenly coated, but we also believe in keeping our air and water clean.

Coating Removal For Ferrous Materials Include:
Steel, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Steel Alloys

Benefits of Chemical Immersion

  • Environmentally safe process and an efficient way to strip the coating from finished parts.
  • Recommended paint stripping method for both ferrous and non-ferrous parts.
  • Proven to remove organics from metals such as aluminum, aluminum wheels, stainless steel and thin gauged steel.
  • Easily removes difficult coatings (E-coat, Powder Coats, Liquid Coat, Enamel, Polyester Paint, , Epoxies, Urethanes etc.)
  • No etching or tarnishing of polished aluminum or brass surfaces
  • Less stress on the substrate which allows for better coating ability than other methods.
  • Clean surface with NO ash residue
Diamond T Sheet Metal Parts

The Diamond T was a showstopper at SEMA. Surface Recovery Technologies was responsible for the acid bath on the sheet metal parts. Thanks to Finish 1st for the opportunity to be part of this... Read More