Walter Surface Technologies, a global leader in surface treatment technologies, announces three new solutions to its SURFOX line of electrochemical weld cleaning systems. These latest innovations underscore Walter’s commitment to developing safer alternatives for the metal working industry.
The SURFOX PRE-WELD, SURFOX RENEW and SURFOX SHINE were designed to clean, restore and protect stainless steel surfaces while promoting a cleaner, healthier, and safer industrial work environment.
SURFOX PRE-WELD – The fastest drying surface cleaner on the market
Designed as a pre-primer, SURFOX PRE-WELD removes contaminants from metallic surfaces prior to welding. With a reduced VOC content, it is formulated to replace surface preparation solvents such as acetone, resulting in a safer more efficient work environment.
SURFOX RENEW – Restoring stainless steel to its original condition
A powerful surface cleaner, SURFOX RENEW was designed to restore stainless steel by removing rust and oxidation without attacking the parent material. VOC and solvent-free, it is an ideal alternative to harsh abrasive solutions. Furthermore, the SURFOX RENEW comes in a gel format, making it easier for the product to cling to inclined surfaces.
SURFOX SHINE – Protecting indoor stainless steel surfaces in one easy step
This is an ideal product for achieving a flawless finish on stainless steel surfaces. The SURFOX SHINE is an innovative, VOC free, non-hazardous solution that will remove dust, dirt, fingerprints, oils and handling marks. It is also streak-proof and leaves an invisible dry film to preserve the finish.
“With the addition of these new SURFOX solutions, Walter now has a comprehensive portfolio of products for welders to take their jobs from A to Z” said Jonathan Douville, Product Manager at Walter Surface Technologies. “From surface preparation, to anti-spatter protection solutions to advanced weld cleaning, Walter provides the solutions needed for all welding applications to save time and money, improve working conditions, and reduce the environmental impact”