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Plating and Paint Rack Stripping

We restore plating and rubber racks to their original finish, removing the layers of various accumulated coatings that cause rack damage and product rejection.

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Remove Coatings from Racks and Parts

We rely primarily on cryogenic stripping plus abrasive media blasting for removing coatings from racks or parts that require recoating because of imperfections. Our stripping process saves you from using unsafe stripping chemicals or burn-off ovens that may cause metal fatigue.

We strip these common coatings

  • Polyesters and nylons
  • Epoxies and hybrids
  • Chlorinated and fluorinated polymers


The most often used spray coatings for metal include rubber, powder coatings, polyester or nylon formulations, epoxies, and chlorinated or fluorinated polymers.

Outsourcing eliminates purchasing and maintaining stripping equipment and devoting labor to the work. Bake-off or burn-off ovens add to utility costs and require fire suppression systems. Likewise, chemical stripping requires dangerous chemicals requiring special storage and handling.

Yes. Over time, the heat from burn-off ovens causes metal fatigue.

Cryogenic cleaning using nitrogen safely removes accumulated rubber and other coatings from industrial paint racks.

Stripping polyurea and rubber coatings involve mechanical abrasive blasting, sometimes in two steps to ensure proper adhesion when parts require recoating.

We clean powder coating racks of built-up material, returning racks to their original condition. We also strip coatings from other products.


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We eliminate the need for your parts to go elsewhere.

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