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Removing Everlube 620 to enable replating



(-----) 2007

I am a Production Engineer for a company in the connector industry,
We have an issue with an assembled connector, where part of it needs to be replated due to poor plating, disassembly to isolate the part is not an issue but the part is threaded and it is on the thread that the everlube 620 has been applied and cured.
At present I can find no method of removing the 620, to enable us to strip and replate the part in question.

Paul Martin
Production Engineer - St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex, England
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2007

My company is the authorised distributor for Everlube in the UK.

You can find Everlube's own stripping recommendations on their website under resources - FAQs - product application.

A good aerospace approved paint remover can be efficient we would recommend Comorcap B10 or Socostrip from our won range. Ultrasonic cleaning with NMP may be effective.

Jim Rowbotham
- Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
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