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Re: Paint Removal Technology



> From:          <ACOLEMAN@central.epa.ohio.gov>  (Art Coleman )
> To:            <P2TECH@great-lakes.net>
> Subject:       Re: Paint Removal Technology
> Date:          Fri Feb 21 10:29:41 1997
> Reply-to:      p2tech@great-lakes.net

> Kelley stated:
> 
> Hello!
> 
> I am currently researching paint removal technology and have run in to
> some problem finding vendor and/or contact information for the
> following types of  equipment:
> 
> Laser
> Flashjet
> CO2 Pellets
> Xenon Lamp
> Ice Blasting
> Wheat Starch Blasting
> 
> I would appreciate it if anyone had any information on how I could
> contact either the manufacturers or someone using the equipment to let
> me know.  This information will help round out my research to
> understand the new wave of paint removal technology on the market.
> 
> In advance, thank you for your time.
> 
> Kelly Mularie
> SAIC
> 
> P.S.  If you have heard of any new alternative methods for paint
> removal that seem promising, I would be interested in learning about
> them as well.  
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------->
And Art Replied:

> Cold Jet (no endorsement here) has a CO2 pellet technology for removing
> material from surfaces in many applications.  Their address:
> Cold Jet, Inc.
> 455 Wards Corner Road
> Loveland, Ohio 45140
> 513-831-3211
> 1-800-337-9423
> Contacts: Eugene Cooke (Ex. 360) or Fred Young (Ex. 367)
> 
Now, here's some other potential suppliers of some of the types of 
equipment you're seeking.

1. Applied Radiological Controls, 500 Chastain Center Blvd. Suite 545;
404-429-1188 ext. 140. Kennesaw, assignee. GA. 1993 Mar 1. Ice Blast
System For Surface Cleaning & Coating Removal/.

2. IceSolv, Inc, 160 North Forge Road; 717-828-0400. Palmyra,
assignee. PA. 1994 Sep 8. Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Services / Nuclear
Cleanup / Site Remediation / Markets Served:  Nuclear, Electrical,
Industrial, Commercial, Food /  Removal Coating & Cleaning /.

3. Tomco Equipment Company, 3340 Rosebud Road; 800-832-4262 /
770/979-8000 /. Loganville, assignee. GA. Andrew W. Pazahanick;
General Sales & Mkt. Mgr. 1996 Nov 4. Carbon Dioxide / Cleaning /
Blasting / Dry Ice /.

4. Va-Tran Systems, Inc, 677 Anita Street, Suite A; 619-423-4555.
Chula Vista, assignee. CA. Mary B. Minas. 1996 May 31. Dry Ice Snow
Cleaning System for Electronic, Semi-Conductor, Medical, Optical and
Other Diverse Industries /.

5. Alpheus Cleaning Technologies Corp., 9119 Milliken Avneue;
714-944-0055. Rancho Cucamonga, assignee. CA.  800-445-6131. 1993 Mar
31. CO2 Cleanblast Cleaning Systems / CO2/ Carbon Dioxide Stripping
and Blasting Systems /.

6. Cauldron Company, 4405 E. West Highway, Suite 512; 301-654- 0228.
Bethesda, assignee. MD. Monica R. Boyd; Director of Administration.
1996 Jul 12. Cleaning / Laser / Inert Gas /.

7. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, P. O. Box 516 / MC 106-4297;
314-232-2921. St. Louis, assignee. MO. 1995 Oct 10. CO2 Pellet
Blasting / Paint Strippers /.

David Williams
NC Division of Pollution Prevention & Environmental Assistance
P.O. Box 29569
Raleigh, NC 27626-9569
Tel:  (919) 715-6527
Fax:  (919) 715-6794
e-mail: david_williams@owr.ehnr.state.nc.us
Web site: http://owr.ehnr.state.nc.us/