The paint stripping process has assumed an ever increasing importance in the industrial world, becoming today fundamental.
In fact, this process allows you to easily remove any type of paint or polymeric film on multi-material surfaces. The paint stripping therefore allows to recover and repaint non-compliant products without damaging the material, and allows a correct and fundamental maintenance of the painting equipment, such as hooks and supports.
The Fiprokim range of paint strippers
Fiprokim's great experience in the industrial paint stripping sector translates into a specific line of products, complete and numerous, called Fiprostrip.
This family includes innovative solutions with low environmental impact, of safe and guaranteed effectiveness: they are complete products, easy and immediate to use. Formulated both liquid and gel, they adapt to numerous process conditions, being able to be used in a wide range of applications.
Furthermore, the careful choice of raw materials and the simple maintenance methods guarantee our products excellent durability, while maintaining high effectiveness, thus ensuring concrete savings for the customer.
Processing and materials
Specific products for all industrial realities that provide for the painting of finished products.
They can be used hot, cold, or with the aid of ultrasound, on multi-material components and surfaces. The numerous formulations cover a wide range of materials and surfaces: from carbon steel to stainless steel, from galvanized to aluminum, but also cast iron, zamak, copper, yellow alloys and plastics.
Specific for the treatment of materials such as iron, steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum and related alloys, titanium, galvanized.
Linee di prodotti dedicati
Products designed for the recovery of parts with paint defects, for the removal of protective paints in particular industrial processes, as well as for the periodic cleaning of painting equipment. These are liquid or gel products that can be used in a wide range of applications, hot, cold, or with the aid of ultrasound, on multi-material components and surfaces.