Aircraft Paint Removers

Application Paint Strippers

Immersion paint removers


High performance, phenolic, epoxy and polyurethane paint removers

  • Extremely effective on chemical resistant epoxy and polyurethane paint schemes
  • Suitable for use on all conventional metal and alloys used in aircraft construction
  • Superior evaporation retardants increase drying time, therefore, prolonging stripping activity
  • Ease of rinsing in order to leave a wax free substrate ready for paint

Dasic D23V has been formulated to give the highest possible efficiency in the removal of the chemical resistant epoxy and polyurethane paint schemes used on aircraft, whilst being suitable for use on all conventional metals and alloys used in aircraft construction.

Dasic D23V can be used for both brush and spray applications.
Increased drying times and, therefore, prolonged stripping activity has been obtained by incorporating highly effective evaporation retardants into the formulation.
Ease of rinsing in order to leave a wax free substrate ready to paint with a minimum of preparation is an additional feature of the products and has been achieved by incorporating superior emulsifying agents into the formulation.

Dasic D23V will degrade the majority of rubber and plastic materials and areas containing these should be masked off before using the products.


a) Spray/Flow Coating Application
Dasic D23V should be applied using a Dasic D23 Pump Unit. (See separate product data sheet). This unit allows the product to be applied to the surface as a thick even coating without atomising the material.

b) Brush Application
Dasic D23V should be applied to the substrate as a thick even coating. This effect can be most easily obtained by stippling the product onto the surface rather than using a conventional brushing action.

With both application methods, the stripper should be allowed to fully penetrate the paint system, with further applications being overcoated in situations where multiple layers of paint absorb the initial coating of stripper. For maximum effectiveness, no attempt should be made to remove the paint until it is evident that complete blistering has taken place.
In some situations it will be found that the top layer of paint rapidly blisters and separates from the substrate thus reducing the effectiveness of the stripper on the subsequent layers of paint.
Where this occurs, it is advantageous to scrape off the loose paint and re-apply paint remover prior to rinsing. The dwell time will depend on the substrate and the chemical resistance of the paint, but will probably be of the order of 30-90 minutes for an operationally aged system but may extend to several hours where manufacturers' finishes on anodised substrates are encountered.
After complete blistering remaining paint residues may be removed with a Tufnol or Teflon scraper. The area should then be treated with a 2-5% aqueous solution of Dasic Aerokleen CD1 followed by a water rinse. This will leave a totally wax free substrate ready for subsequent pre-treatment and repainting.

Extreme caution should be exercised when opening all paint stripping containers, this includes the wearing of protective clothing and face visor.

25 litre and 200 litre drums

Always consult the product label and Dasic Safety Data Sheet before use.

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