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Proclean Paint Cleaner

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Proclean Paint Cleaner
Proclean Paint Cleaner is a neutral water-based emulsion which is particularly effective for cleaning equipment used in the application of water-based paints and varnishes. Due to its composition, Proclean can be used with equipment applying both water and solvent-based paint, which can traditionally be a problem to clean. It is much more powerful than using pure water followed by thinners and can also reduce VOC usage.

Where to use Proclean Paint Cleaner
Proclean Paint Cleaner is excellent at removing solvent and water-based paint or lacquer from spray lines, spray guns, spray gun machines and even paint brushes. It is also suitable for cleaning nozzles, spray guns, pumps, circuits, and belts in robotic booths etc without damaging any component materials. Proclean can also be used to clean floors, walls, doors, and windows of booths.

The use of this product avoids clogging of spray guns and their nozzles, so will limit any halts to production, as well as reduce cleaning time. Used pure, it can be used to strip certain dry and solvent-based paints and varnishes.

How to use Proclean Paint Cleaner
Proclean Paint Cleaner can be used neat or up to 90% diluted with normal water and is very economical. This is quite a spread of dilution rates but that is because Proclean is a very versatile product and can be used with solvent and water-based paints. Obviously, the heavier the paint deposit then the stronger the mix should be. It can be applied manually, with either a brush or gun and can be added to robotic circuits.

For the standard cleaning or flushing of spray lines, either at the end of a shift or between colour changes, the lines should be first flushed with water. This will remove the bulk of the paint in the lines but remember that water acts as a ‘thinner’ so it is not cleaning the paint from the lines but only reducing the volume and thickness. This means that there will always be an amount of paint left in the pipes or on the gun after washing or flushing with water. After this initial rinsing, simply flush with Proclean until it runs clear.