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Paint Detackification

Paint Detackification Chemicals

Paint Detackification is the process of treating paint overspray that has been captured by water. The paint needs to be neutralized, or “detackified”, thru a chemical reaction, thus allowing for paint removal from the water. If the paint is not detackified, the paint tends to adhere to the sump and drain surfaces, causing issues for manufacturers and their spray booth systems. Paint detackification is an essential step in many industrial paint processes, and has evolved alongside paint technology through the years.

At Wastewater Management Technology, we apply our extensive knowledge and understanding of industrial manufacturing to develop superior paint detackification programs and chemicals. We are able to manage foam, suspended solids, and overspray using our state-of-the-art products. These paint detackification programs allow paint processing with minimal cost to the client.

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Paint Detackification

Paint Detackification

Over the years, as paint formulas have changed, so have the detackification chemical treatments. The most recent developments in paint detackification has many benefits over traditional programs. Reducing sludge waste, blowdown, product consumption, and total suspended solids. These improvements reduce costs associated with water, freight, and booth cleaning.

WMT is proud to provide both traditional and formaldehyde free paint detackification products as well as defoamers, polymers, biocides, and pH-management products for comprehensive paint booth treatment.

In addition to our high-quality paint detackification chemicals and feed equipment, Wastewater Management Technology programs are supported by quality service delivered by our experienced field engineers.

Note: If you need additional assistance, please contact Wastewater Management Technology at 1-800-WET-WATER or email us at orders@wastewatertreatmenttechnology.com