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Take off with low-hazard, aircraft paint remover from Sea to Sky Innovations.
Rise above the hazards of traditional, high-risk aircraft paint strippers with next-level solutions from Sea to Sky. An environmental leader in the aerospace industry, Sea to Sky aircraft coating removers are based on SPC (Surface Preparation Compounds) Technology to significantly reduce environmental impact, health risks and excessive waste. For aerospace applications, Sea to Sky recommends SPC-901 and SPC-909 aircraft paint removal systems – both of which are water-based and pH-neutral, engineered to enhance performance and increase profitability without the use of toxic elements.
Sea to Sky Paint Removal Systems
Sea2sky SPC-901 - SPC-901 Is a water-based aircraft coating remover, ideal for use on all aircraft coatings and primers.
Sea2sky SPC-909 - Sea2Sky SPC-909 Aircraft Coating Remover is a faster acting product for depainting commercial aircraft, compliant with Boeing, Airbus, Fokker and MIL specifications.
How Does SPC Technology Work?
SPC Technology-based solutions were designed to break down existing bonds between the coating and substrate, lifting the coating from the surface. Once penetrated by the product, coatings and residues like rust, grease, paint and oil are easily removed by scraping or even pressure washing — without generating airborne contaminants.
Top Ten Benefits of SPC Technology
Diminishes health risks
Reduces environmental impact
Minimizes treatment costs
Easy to apply & remove
Give new life to old aircraft with Sea to Sky Innovations.
Sea to Sky Innovations is now part of Socomore, a specialist in chemical solutions for surface preparation for the aerospace industry.