Pollution-Free Stripping of Rubber from Metal Using Burn-Off Ovens

Are you looking for a quick and environmentally safe method to remove rubber or urethane from metal parts? If yes, then a burn-off oven is your answer.

A burn-off oven is a safe and effective option to clean rubber metal parts. Burn-off ovens employ a heat cleaning system to remove rubber or rubber stripping from metal parts. They heat up metal products to quickly remove the rubber without harming the metal. It is simple to use and gets the job done efficiently.


Importance of Burn-Off Ovens

Industrial burn-off ovens are safer options than conventional methods to clean rubber metal parts. One conventional method comprises using chemicals and other toxic materials, which are used to strip down the rubber from a metal component. This has proven harmful to the environment, not to mention the people handling these chemicals. Chemical strippers pollute the environment and are a cause for concern in terms of safety and health risks.

The second traditional method, manual removal of rubber from metal, is elaborate, inefficient, time-consuming, and expensive. If you or your clients are still using these processes when removing rubber or urethane from metal, you must consider the above mentioned disadvantages.

How Burn-off Ovens Address Pollution Concerns

Disposing of rubber has always been an environmental concern. Burn-off ovens do not harm the environment. Below is a list of facts to help clarify any doubts related to burn-off ovens and pollution:

  • Burn-off ovens convert the rubber coating into fine ash or vapor.
  • Most burn-off ovens are equipped with a high-fire antechamber where complete combustion of smoke takes place.
  • The by-products of combustion let out into the air mostly consist of carbon dioxide and vapor.
  • These emissions are harmless and conform to tough EPA air emission standards.

As a service provider or a direct user, you can rest assured that you will not be harming the atmosphere. Using burn-off ovens to clean rubber metal parts is a safe, effective, and quick process.


Scott Heran has been part of the business since he was young and attending industry association conventions with his parents Bob and Jean since he was eight years old.Scott has worked in a sales capacity at ACE for over 20 years. Scott graduated from John Carroll University. Married to Teresa, he is the proud father of two children and two grandchildren.