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Chemical, Abrasive or Etch Cleaning

Service Detail from Aerospace Defense Coatings Of Georgia

Chemical, Abrasive or Etch Cleaning-Image

Type of Process: Aerospace Defense Coatings provides Abrasive Cleaning, Pre-Penetrant ETC, FPL Etching, Stripping of Organic and Inorganic Finishes, Specific Cleaning, and General Cleaning.

Features: Cleaning and preparation of all surfaces for additional processes.

Process Approvals for Cleaning Services they offer:

  • MIL-S-5002: Surface Treatments and Inorganic Coatings for Metal Surfaces of Weapons Systems
  • MIL-STD-1504: Abrasive Blasting
  • BAC 5725: Stripping Organic Materials
  • BAC 5748 (Type II, Class 1): Abrasive Cleaning, Deburring and Finishing
  • BAC 5749: Alkaline Cleaning
  • BAC 5750: Solvent Cleaning
  • BAC 5764: Nonskid
  • BAC 5771: Stripping Inorganic Finishes
  • BAC 5786: Etch Cleaning of Aluminum Alloys
  • CSFS035: Chemical Cleaning of Metals
  • CSFS037: Abrasive Cleaning Of Metals
  • DPS 9.29: Surface Treatment of Titanium
  • DPS 9.301: Cleaning Aluminum Alloys
  • DPS 9.316: Stripping of Organic Finishes
  • ES1-4: Emergency Test Method for Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products
  • GP 17G (All Classes): Etching Prior To Penetrant Inspection
  • MIL-STD-871: Electro-Chemical Stripping of Inorganic Finishes
  • TT-C-490: Cleaning Ferrous Surfaces
  • GAMPS 4101
  • GAMPS 4108
  • SS8752
  • BAC 5753
  • BAC 5765
  • DPS 9.07
  • GSS 7030
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