Industrial Processes

This page shows all those metal treatment processes that are usually carried out industrially in special washing systems or "tunnels". Phosphating, pickling, protective coatings and nanotechnology are examples of metal cleaning and care, aimed at improving painting performance or solving oxidative problems.

Temporary water-based protective coatings for semi-finished products and alloys sensitive to wear and humidity.



Deep cleaning of highly encrusted systems and equipment



By nanotechnology we mean those applications in which technologies, products or raw materials that are a few nanometers in size are used. In the metal pretreatment sector, nanotechnology helps to make the surface more regular and constant, as well as increasing adhesion with the paint.

Iron pickling


Pickling is a specific process to remove oxidations present on metal products. The use of these products is usually intended for heavy carpentry industries or where traditional amorphous phosphating fails.

Alkaline detergency is a deep cleaning process, mainly suitable for removing scale, greases and oils. Usually finds application on ferrous and galvanized materials.

Paint strippers are essential for removing layers of paint and for recovering items to be repainted. Based on the type of paint and the material to be stripped, we find different products with specific characteristics.

Amorphous phosphating is one of the most common metal pretreatment processes in the world. This is a technology that has been proven for many decades, mostly used on ferrous materials.