A safer and more efficient way to clean your stainless steel welds

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No more pickling paste
No heavy duty protection required. SURFOX electrolyte solutions are NSF registered to be used in food plants and pose no health hazards to operators.

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Clean and passivate 3 to 5 feet of TIG Weld per minute.

Protect your surfaces

SURFOX will not alter the material surface, compared to other mechanical solutions.

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Walter has a wide range of solutions to help increase productivity for all your welding needs. From electromechanical weld cleaning systems to anti-spatter solutions, we provide highly effective tools to keep your TIG and MIG welds clean - and your metal surfaces spatter free!
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The industry’s safest and fastest MIG & TIG weld cleaning system.

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The Stainless World

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  • Surface Finishing

    Stainless steel is frequently chosen for architectural installations because of its physical characteristics (weldability, deformability, corrosion resistance, etc.)..

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  • Electrochemical Cleaning

    Electrochemical cleaning cleans metal after mechanical processing (including welding). The metal workpiece is immersed in an electrochemical bath typically filled..

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  • MIG Welding

    Arc MIG/MAG welding with continuous wire is a set of welding processes in which heat is generated by an arc striking between a fuse wire and the workpiece..

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  • TIG Welding

    Arc welding with an infusible electrode and inert gas protection is commonly called TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas). TIG welding is an autogenous process in which heat..

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  • Electropolishing

    Electropolishing creates a mirror-like surface on dull metals by selectively removing specific particles from the outer surface of the workpiece. When an electric current (DC)..

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  • Passivation

    Corrosion resistance of stainless steel and other metals depends solely on the metal’s surface conditions, particularly the amount of surface oxides present (passive layer).

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