RemovALL™ SV-35 PMA™ Coating Remover is a benzyl-alcohol-based stripper activated with a patented blend of non-embrittling acid and hydrogen peroxide. Its combination of 100% biodegradability and very low odour make it user-friendly and environmentally safe. It is recommended for CARC and stubborn coatings.
|Boiling Point:||100°C / 212°F|
|Freezing Point:||0°C / 32°F|
|Sizes:||20L, 200L, 950L|
|pH:||3.0 - 4.0|
|VOC Content||102 g/L (0.85 Lbs./Gal.)|
|47 to 48°C or 117 to 118°F product was tested according to ASTM D4206 and did not sustain combustion|
|Shelf Life:||24 months|
|Coverage:||1 to 2.2 sq.m/L or 40 to 90 sq.ft./USG|
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RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover has proven it will effectively lift all types of aviation coatings including polyurethane, enamel, epoxy and solvent based primers.
It is designed for use on the following substrates:
RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover has been rigorously tested by an independent laboratory using tests specified by Airbus, BAE Systems, Raytheon and FedEx. Results are available upon request. RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover is not hydrogen embrittling ASTM F 519-93.
Use with a diaphragm or piston-type drum pump (5:1 or 10:1 preferred) or airless sprayer with Teflon seals. Use only airless equipment with chemical resistant components.
Use with 25-65? fans and 0.017 to 0.020 tips. Other equipment: brushes, rollers, scraper, masking tape, plastic (polyethene) sheet, pressure washer, electric drill with mixer, empty pails for clean-up, running water, rags.
(a) MASKING: Cover / protect areas where stripping is not desired, including adjoining surfaces where over spray may travel.
Do not allow stripper to contact acrylic or glass windows. Follow OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) or internal documentation for appropriate masking procedures.
b) MIXING: Never shake RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover! Using a drill mixer, mix RemovALL™ SV-35 / PMA™ Coating Remover until all product is uniform in colour and creamy consistency. (About 1 minute per gallon). Shaking will cause product to separate.
(c) EQUIPMENT: Remove all filters from the pump, sprayer and gun. Prime the pump and run stripper through the hose and gun until all previous water / solvent / paint residue has been cleaned out.
The surface to be stripped should be generally clean but does not need to be completely free of dirt or oil.
Conduct a small test patch in an inconspicuous area to ensure product performance. This will indicate the time required for project completion, suitability of product for paint and substrate, and most effective removal method.
Spray apply with the equipment recommended above. Pouring is also effective. Brushing and rolling should be limited to small areas due to the inconsistent film builds produced.
Apply the stripper thick enough so that you cannot see the colour of the paint through the stripper layer. Apply stripper in an even coat with no globs or heavy spots as these may cause the stripper to sag or slide off the aircraft. Once the stripper is applied DO NOT agitate it. This will adversely affect the performance of the stripper. As long as the stripper is visibly wet it is working. When removing O.E.M. finishes of 2 to 3.5 mils. (50 to 87.5 microns), apply a minimum of 15 mils. (381 microns) of RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover.
When removing multiple layers increase the applied mil. thickness by approximately 2 mils. (50 microns) per paint layer.
When removing multiple finishes, there may be poor adhesion between repaints, in these cases RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover may lift paint in layers.
When this happens, remove the lifted coatings and re-apply RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover. Do not rinse with water between applications. Do not allow the stripper to dry out. The stripper is designed to remain wet and effective over extended periods of time (up to 48 hours), but excessive sunshine, windy conditions or insufficient stripper thickness can cause early drying.
If the stripper starts to dry, re-apply a light coating and allow extra time for completion.
Dwell time is typically 3 to 8 hours. The required time may vary depending on: types and/or brands of paints being removed, number of paint layers, thickness of the coatings, aircraft coating substrate and ambient temperature.
Coverage is approximately 40 to 90 sq.ft./US Gal. (1 to 2.2 sq.m./L). Note: 0.08 fl.oz. will provide one wet mil. to 1 sq.ft. of surface. 1 Gal. at 15 mils. will cover approximately 50 sq.ft. (1.2 sq.m./L).
Surface temperatures should be 65 to 95?F (18 to 35?C). The product performs effectively at lower temperatures - even at 39?F (4?C), but the dwell time increases.
Removal of lifted paint can be completed with a squeegee, brush, wet/dry vacuum system or by high pressure water wash. Rinse the aircraft starting at the keel and move upward. Hot pressurized water is ideal for removing any lightly adhered paint but any thorough water rinse is sufficient to fully remove the stripper.
If the stripper and paint waste will be collected undiluted (before the aircraft is rinsed) a minimum of 8 hours must elapse from the time the stripper is applied to the aircraft until the stripper and paint mixture is collected and put in a waste drum.
Paint and stripper residue containing peroxide placed in contact with metal or rust will generate oxygen gas and heat. Use only plastic drums or metal drums with plastic linings for waste collection.
Do not mix with other wastes including rags, aluminum tape, etc. Do not seal the waste drums for 48 hours after collecting the stripper and paint waste mixture. Collect and dispose of the solid paint waste in accordance with local governmental regulations.
Do not store RemovALL™ SV-35/PMA™ Coating Remover, in direct sunlight. Protect product from freezing. Do not store product and paint residue in metallic containers. Clean fluid section of sprayer after use.
Proper safety procedures should be followed at all times while handling the product. Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet for important health / safety information before use.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Oct 2012
Good stuff. Paint will be practically laying on the floor after applying it and letting it soak for a few hours. I used it to strip Alumnagrip off of an airplane I'm repainting. Apply, pressure wash, then clean up. It seems to work a lot better on thicker paint than it does on areas that have oxidized and faded, like the top of the fuselage and wings. In those areas I had to reapply it a couple of times to get the primer off.
Posted by Bob on 16th Aug 2012
Truely a great product, just follow the directions. I was prepared for a long wait as the mfr says it can take up to six hours. But, in lass tha 90 minutes the paint had blistered off and was on the ground. Very normal easy cleanup. Great product !