ARMEX, a global brand of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) abrasive blast media, has announced the launch of its new product – Re-Man XL. The new product was introduced today at the Big R show in Atlanta.
Brian Waple, ARMEX business manager, said, “This is an exciting time for the ARMEX business. Re-Man XL is the first new product launch in over a decade for the ARMEX business. Our team has worked very hard over the past two years with key market leaders in the transportation remanufacturing industry testing and improving our formulations to bring Re-Man XL to the market. With this new product launch, remanufacturing now starts with ARMEX”.
The first step in remanufacturing and rebuilding of engines, transmissions and other transportation components is cleaning. ARMEX has answered the problem of ineffective and time-consuming cleaning processes by launching Re-Man XL, a blast abrasive specifically formulated for the transportation remanufacturing and rebuilding industry.
Hard to clean contaminants are no match for Re-Man XL, says ARMEX, with its ability to quickly eliminate grease and oil plus the power to remove burnt-on carbon, light rust, gasket materials, coatings and grime all in one-step. In addition, the company says Re-Man XL will never damage what a customer is cleaning, reducing rejected cores and components.
ARMEX is a brand of the Church & Dwight Co., makers of ARM & HAMMER products. ARMEX was the originator in sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) abrasive blasting for more than 29 years. ARMEX is sold by independent distributors throughout the world.
To learn more about ARMEX or to be contacted by a sales representative visit armex.com <http://www.armex.com/>.