When cleaning or restoring parts, surfaces or substrates that cannot have base materials removed or specifications and surface tolerances change the only blasting abrasive to use is ARMEX™. Other hard blasting abrasives can remove surface materials from parts and substrates damaging and changing the specifications along with surface tolerances permanently damaging what you are trying to clean or restore.
The gentle physical propriety of baking soda but yet aggressive cleaning ability is what makes ARMEX™ the only choice. ARMEX™ is also environmentally-friendly and soluble. Use ARMEX™ to clean, degrease, remove contaminants, burnt on carbon, paint, fire damage and mold remediation from a wide variety of substrates including steel, lead, aluminum, alloys, plastics, rubbers, composites and masonry materials.
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When cleaning delicate aerospace components from landing gear to engines, ARMEX is the only choice. Use ARMEX when preservation of substrates and parts are required. The gentle physical propriety of baking soda but yet aggressive cleaning ability all while not leaving blasting particles behind is the ARMEX difference when compared to other blasting medias. Learn how ARMEX users in aerospace are able to control costs and reduce damaged parts.
ARMEX Anilox Roll Cleaning formula is the only blasting media specially designed for cleaning Anilox Rolls. Use ARMEX Anilox Roll Cleaner to clean anilox cells by removing dry ink without any damage to delicate cell walls. Learn how ARMEX users in the printing industry are able to preserve and extend life of Anilox Rolls.
ARMEX can remove various types of coatings without damaging the underlying substrate materials. ARMEX is the only abrasive solution for delicate paint removal from steel, aluminum, composite materials, wood, masonry materials and many more substrate materials that cannot be damaged. ARMEX is water soluble and does not leave surface contamination behind when it is time to re-paint. Learn how to improve you paint removal process using ARMEX.
ARMEX offers the best solution for cleaning and decontamination in food and beverage facilities. The gentle physical propriety of baking soda but aggressive cleaning ability is what makes ARMEX the only choice. ARMEX is ideal for the toughest jobs, saves labor and water consumption all without the use of caustic or acid based cleaners. ARMEX is NSF and USDA A1 certified cleaner and approved for use in all FDA-regulated facilities. Learn how to improve you cleaning process using ARMEX.
Manufacturers throughout the world rely on ARMEX for non-destructive cleaning all while reducing costs and increasing workplace safety. Whether you're cleaning manufacturing equipment, conveyors, production molds, fin fans, work areas, motors or sensitive equipment ARMEX is your only choice. Manufacturers throughout the world rely on ARMEX Soda Blasting media for non-destructive cleaning of parts, while reducing costs, improving performance and increasing workplace safety. Learn how to improve you cleaning process using ARMEX.
In the demanding marine environment cleaning vessels and equipment is an essential part of overall maintenance. Whether you need to remove multiple layers of antifouling paint, polyurethanes, enamels, epoxy, powder coating, varnishes or just good old grime, grease and other surface contaminates ARMEX is your best choice when surface preservation is required. Learn how to improve you maintenance and cleaning processes using ARMEX.
Cleaning mining equipment like trucks, scaffolding, drilling equipment and essential equipment that cannot be damaged but is covered in gunk, muck, shotcrete, oil, grease and grime is no easy task, but ARMEX makes it a little easier to handle. ARMEX decreases costs, because of the reduced need to replace parts damaged by abrasive blasting, it’s also safer for workers and is non-thermal sparking. Learn how to improve you cleaning process using ARMEX.
ARMEX can be used in processing facilities and drill sites to allow cleaning and maintenance of equipment all without shutting down work areas. The non-thermal sparking properties of ARMEX cleans surface contaminants without damaging the underlying substrate. Use ARMEX to remove oil, dirt, surface corrosion, paint, grease, process residue and more from pumps, gas turbines, reciprocating compressors, fin fan coolers, plate and frame heat exchangers, valves, gauges, stainless steel and aluminum jacketing, concrete and more! Learn how to improve you maintenance and cleaning processes using ARMEX.
Use ARMEX to remove pulp residue, pitch, lime, scale, surface corrosion, paint, grease, machine oil and more from head boxes, tile-lined stock chests, dryer can heads, idler rolls, fan blades, paper screens, starch kitchen, lime kiln area, driving gears, tanks, structural steel, concrete walls and floors. ARMEX decreases costs, because of the reduced need to replace parts damaged by abrasive blasting, it’s also safer for workers and is non-thermal sparking. Learn how to improve you maintenance and cleaning processes using ARMEX.
The origins of ARMEX are from the world of restoration. Back in the 1980’s during the mammoth restoration project of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor ARMEX was first used to abrasive blast the interior of the Miss Liberty. Whether you are trying to remove decades of environmental contamination, fire damage, mold damage, graffiti or historic preservation ARMEX is your only choice when you need to preserver surfaces and substrates. Learn more about Restoration projects using ARMEX.
When cleaning engines, transmissions, suspension or brake parts and any other parts on cars, trucks, buses or trains, ARMEX is the only choice. Use ARMEX when preservation of parts is required. Other hard blasting abrasives can remove surface materials from parts, damage threads and changing the specifications along with surface tolerances rendering the parts unusable. Use ARMEX to clean, degrease and remove burnt on carbon and paint on a wide variety of materials including steel, aluminum, lead, alloys, plastics, rubber and composites. Learn how users in Transportation markets use ARMEX to control costs and reduce rejected parts.