Clean in Line 96 dpi


State of the art in paint stripping:


When applying paint and stain, unwanted ambient spray encounters surfaces other than the workpiece being painted

It adheres and accumulates there. The accumulated “overspray” can dislodge and contaminate or even ruin the workpiece and then contribute to discard a high level of parts to be paint.
The problem is worse when a color change or coating change is required, because specks from a previous job can appear on the surface of the current one. The machine surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned between jobs, and often during jobs, thus slowing production.


Today, these surfaces currently are cleaned by pyrolysis or flushing with solvent, outside of the industrial site.
By making these surfaces easier to clean, turnover times between jobs can be reduced, thus making room for change in the plant organization.
Our technology can make it easier to clean these surfaces, we eliminate solvent and consequence of pyrolysis — which reduces overall costs to the customer


Our Solution:


CleanInLine is a paint stripping process, in-line, with dry technology and integration of 3 technics:
Pre-treatment of jigs with ECO-TREAT functional coating (FAAX) 
Implementation of blasting operation with cryogenic or compressed air system
Integration of the robotized paint stripping cabinet, in-line


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Operating principle :

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Advantages :

  • We delete the double budget for Jigs, the local logistics loop and therefore stripping job invoices
  • Productivity gains, running cost and environmental impact reductions,
  • CleanInLine is intended to integrate the LEAN Manufacturing philosophy
  • It allows cycle-time in relation with a tracking stripping process and linked with the jig design
  • Only the solid and dry waste paint will be recovered because cryogenic doesn’t produce any wastes
  • Pay back < 2 ans

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