Pickling spray (non-toxic) for treating large rust-proof or stainless steel and inox products

If your company has rust-proof steel objects that cannot go through a pickling bath, parts or surfaces that cannot be brought into contact with pickling fluid, our spray pickling process could be the solution.

Because our spray pickling is non-toxic, it is more environmentally and human friendly than other products on the market. This is because our spray pickling does not contain any hydrofluoric acid. As a result, our Inox & Metal Pickling Gel is more environmentally friendly and easier to work with because of the virtual absence of odour. Our spray pickling also greatly improves occupational working conditions because users are not exposed to released vapours. Although it is a ‘greener’ product, it remains a corrosive product to work with. Just like when using other pickling products you should use the necessary protective wear. Beside pickling spray Multinal Group also has a pickling gel for stainless steel in her assortment for the treatment of for instance welding beams.

Advantages of pickling spray for stainless steel

  • Does not contain hydrofluoric acid
  • Non-toxic pickling product, less harmful for the environment
  • User- and human friendly
  • Better alternative for existing pickling products

Pickling spray for stainless steel in litres

In contrast to what is common on the market of pickling product, Multinal Group handles a price per litre for her product. We adhere to the legislation for liquid products, these should be indicated and invoices in litres.

 

We offer two kind of packaging of pickling spray:

Cans of 10 litres and cans of 25 litres (prices on request)

Using self pickling producs and the discharge of (pickling) waste- and rinse water

The waste- of rinse water which remains after using pickling products, especially pickling spray, should be discharged according the local and legal regulations. We use several waterpurification systems, which discharge the waste- and rinse water in such a way, that the quality of the water meets the rigid legislation.

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