Unleashing the solvent power of soy is Franmar Chemical, Inc’s claim to fame in many industry and consumer markets.
Soy-Gel™ is a remarkable product that removes sealers and paint from concrete, brick, stone or virtually any surface. Contractors and remodelers in the U.S. and Europe are pleased with the results and are extolling the virtues of this no odor, nontoxic and 100% biodegradable product. Its low evaporation rate and gel formulation make it possible to remove several layers in one application. Soy-Gel also meets the paint remover requirement for VOC emissions in California and New England.
Adding to Franmar’s exciting line of soybean cleaners in 2012 is the all new Franmar’s LEAD OUT™ Lead Paint Remeditator and Remover. While removing lead based paint Franmar’s LEAD OUT will convert the hazardous lead in the paint to a non-hazardous lead sulfide, permanently, making the removal process safe with no disposal concerns. Easy to use indoors or outdoors for any lead paint restoration process.
Bean-e-doo® Mastic Remover is used by companies large and small for the removal of all types of carpet and tile adhesive from concrete. Odorless and with less than 3% VOC’s, it is used nation-wide in occupied areas in schools, public housing and businesses. Easy and safe to use and easy to dispose of, Bean-e-doo was the only product to pass both safety and performance testing for the United States Post Office.
Use Franmar’s Emerge™ All Purpose Cleaner to thoroughly clean concrete after sealers, paints, adhesive or mastic has been removed for a pristine surface. This low odor, non-butyl cleaner contains no glycol ether and is also friendly to workers and the environment. Emerge has also been used to clean everything from oil and grease on floors to smoke stained walls.
As the largest manufacturer of soybased cleaning products, Franmar is garnering world-wide attention for developing solutions that are worker and environmentally safe. Located in central Illinois, the heart of soy country, Franmar first introduced a new use for soy-based industrial cleaners over 10 years ago. Franmar Chemical, Inc. has distributors in the United States and Europe.