Ten Plus Years Later - Alternative Processes to Methylene Chloride - A Review of Progress to Date

Paper #:
  • 961240

Published:
  • 1996-04-01
Citation:
Pauli, R., "Ten Plus Years Later - Alternative Processes to Methylene Chloride - A Review of Progress to Date," SAE Technical Paper 961240, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/961240.
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Pages:
10
Abstract:
In May 1985, the US Air Force at Hill AFB near Ogden, Utah, and Republic Airlines in Atlanta, Georgia, began production dry paint stripping of F-4 Phantom and DC-9 airframes, respectively, and began a revolution in aircraft maintenance. In one decade, non-chemical stripping, overwhelmingly via dry media blast with plastic and starch, has taken over a majority of US military airframe and component stripping, civilian helicopter airframe and component stripping and airline component stripping.Most major airframe and component manufacturers have published approvals for dry media stripping; its use is world wide and is becoming the de facto paint stripping standard.
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