Solvent Kleene Inc. has introduced a zero-VOC stripper designed to remove organic paints, varnish, mil-spec CARC paints, cured powder coatings, multi-layer coatings and E-coatings.
D-Zolve 917 is designed for energy-efficient use at low temperatures, is non-flammable, and contains no ozone-depleting components or carcinogenic compounds, the manufacturer says.
Used in an immersion tank, D-Zolve 917 penetrates paints and coatings to break the bond between the paint layer and substrate, causing the paint to delaminate from the substrate and drop to the bottom of the tank.
The product provides an alternative to abrasive blasting and burn off and can remove “even the most difficult to strip paints and coatings,” according to the manufacturer.
D-Zolve is suitable for reworking high-value parts with paint or coating defects and will not damage intricate surface details or polished surfaces, Solvent Kleene says.
D-Zolve 917 has an NSN number and is designed for safe stripping of paints and coatings from ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, brass, stainless steels and carbon steels as well as plastic and silicon substrates.
Solvent Kleene, based in Peabody, MA, provides environmentally friendly non-hazardous degreasing and cleaning products and chemical paint / powder coating strippers.
More information: www.solventkleene.com.