Coating Removal by Induction
Clean and fast system for coatings removal. No dust, no noise in the process. This is an environmentally friendly and safe system.The induction disbonder works by the principle of induction. Heat is generated in the steel substrate and the bonding is broken. The coating is then removed entirely without disintegrating and completely free from contaminating agents, i.e. blast media. This obviously makes disposal and recycling of waste easier and cheaper. Even inside the pittings and cracks on the surface, the coating is disbonded.
Fast .Safe .Clean .Silent
The induction disbonder works by the principle of induction. Heat is generated in the steel substrate and the bonding is broken. The coating is then removed entirely without disintegrating and completely free from contaminating agents, i.e. blast media. This obviously makes disposal and recycling waste easier and cheaper. Even inside the pittings and cracks in the surface the coating is disbanded.
Helideck Coating Removal by Induction Technology
Helideck Coating Removal by RPR: 10 Millimetre Epoxy AntiSkid Coating Removal by OFTEC GMBH. Fast sweep-blast was performed before re-coating. The RPR 1650 performance was very satisfying and it will be recommended in a similar project for the future. RPR 1650 is becoming more familiar in the market for its interesting works in confined spaces and proven capacity to remove thick coatings. RPR will be considered to do more work at different locations on the platform with new model RPR 1032.
Ship Deck Coating Removal
USS Nimitz Anti-Skid Deck Coating Removal Very hard antiskid deck coating on the deck of air craft carrier is easily removed with RPR equipment.
Anti-skid Coating Removal
Anti-skid coating removal on an oil platform
Coating removal on ship hull, Landskrona, Sweden
RPR Buggy Video on Petronor Refinery
RPR Induction Disbonder used on coatings removal in storage tanks of the refinery of Petronor/Repsol in Bilbao. Instant Induction Heat break the bonding of the tank bottom lining. Motorized buggy provides high quality consistent rate of removal
Tank maintenance job, fast removal of the 600 microns Duatank coating, leaving a near to clean surface. RPR Induction Disbonder provides a safe working environment with no noise and no dust. Robotic solutions are available for a fast, efficient and controlled removal process
Heat Induction Coating Removal /Tank Lining
The coatings is a fiberglass liner approximately 1/4 inch thick! Great for rubber liners, fiberglass, polyureas, coal tar, non-skid, and more.
Hydron Industrial removing Elastomatic Paint using RPR inductioncess
Removal of 500m2 of Interplus 356 epoxy paint (1000 micron +) from the outside of a chemical storage tank in the UK using the RPR Induction system. 100% removal using the RPR, then some tool prep before recoating due to client specification for no blasting.
Fiber Glass liners, Coal Tar Epoxy, Chartek Fireproofing
Induction stripping can be used to quickly remove coatings such as fiberglass liners, coal tar epoxy, chartek fireproofing and other coatings from steel surfaces. Induction stripping is quiet and does not create any secondary waste.
Solvent free epoxy removed from interior of pipe
Solvent free epoxy removed from interior of pipe, Hatboru, Turkey
Fast Coatings removal by means of induction heating. Coaltar Enamel removed quickly from live pipeline carrying gas. Induction disbonding was the preferred method due to simplicity, and cleanliness and relyability. Technip was the EPC
Ebonite is disbonded from interior of pipe
Hard rubber is disbonded with induction heating, then it is easily chiseled away in the next step
Induction Debonder to Strip Steel Pipe
Removal of 5 mm polypropylene protective coating from 1.44 diameter 12 metre steel pipe using the RPR 1650 Induction Coating Removal System.
An average removal rate of 5.09 m2 based on 3 x 12m pipes over 4 days (including time spent cutting the coating for removal and interchanging pipes onto the rotating bed). The highest speed achieved for actual stripping was 7.75 m2 per hour.
Polyethylene Coating Removal on Pipeline
RPR heat induction-Thick Polyethylene coating removal.
Poly-Ethylene and Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating from Steel Piping
Removal of 3 Layer Poly-Ethylene and fusion bonded epoxy coating from steel piping. The RPR 1650 utilises Induction technology to debond the coating from the steel. The middle section of the pipe had been stripped using conventional methods for demonstration purposes (manual grinding for 60-90 minutes). The same area utilising RPR takes 15-30 minutes and leaves a surface profile ready for immediate recoating.
Removal of 12 mm bitumen with fiber cloth
Thick Coating from Steel
Refurbishment of bridge with safe and clean and fast induction heating method. Reduce or eliminate the use of grit. Chlorinated rubber coming off the steel structure easily without noise and dust.
Old Thick Coating from Steel
The cleanest and fastest way to remove paint from steel surfaces. No dust, no noise! Effectively and without dust and noise removes the passive fire protection coating from the wall.
The thick epoxy coating is removed from the wall without dust and noise
Removal of 2000 microns of thin film intumescent paint from overhead beams (3 meters up) in the working office of a Legal firm in Blackfriars, London. Work was done on an evening when the firm had a skeleton staff in the building. The RPR system was chosen because of the noiseless application, minimal impact on others and tightly controlled cleanup.
77 square meters removed in 15 hours working time.te.
Overhead Beams Coating Removal
Removal of thin film intumescent paint from overhead beams
El Paso Pipeline
Petrolem Developements Oman
Wasser and Schiffsamt