I work with a cosmetic company that makes lotions. Our steel manufacturing tanks have acquired a layer of titanium oxide which we would like to remove for sanitary reasons. What are some options that would help remove this oxide? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Brian Price - Sanford, North Carolina
There are a couple of ways to go, but the best way depends on the size of these containers and/or accessibility to contaminate. There are both mechanical and liquid methods. For really tough problems, I suspect that you may end up abrasive blasting containers.
AF Kenton retired business owner - Hatboro, Pennsylvania
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