A faster, safer and cleaner method

The Induction Disbonder removes asbestos, lead and toxic coatings without compromising the health of our engineers or the environment

RPR Heat Induction Coating Removal

A faster, safer and cleaner method for removing industrial coatings from steel surfaces.

RPR Heat Induction works by the principle of induction. Heat is generated in the steel substrate and the bond at the steel and coating interface is broken. The coating is then removed entirely without disintegrating and completely free from contaminating agents, i.e.. blast media. This makes disposal and recycling of waste easier and more cost effective.


With minimum power consumption even the thickest and hardest coatings can be completely removed. RPR Heat Induction is faster than conventional methods. A silent method of coating removal means that our engineers can operate day or night with no noise pollution.  

Environmentally friendly
The Induction Disbonder removes asbestos, lead and toxic coatings without compromising the health of our engineers or the environment. No dust, noise and a 75 % reduction in energy consumption results in minimum waste management and excellent safety record.

Specialist Painting Group works with Hydron Industrial on the application of RPR heat induction coating removal. Hydron Industrial offer us technical support, training and service maintenance on all aspects of RPR heat induction coating removal.

Case Studies

Royal Victoria Overgrou...

Royal Victoria Station which is one of the station assets on the East and Central Routes of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Areas of the structure ...

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HB41 Cable Bridge

Specialist Painting Group undertake the refurbishment of the Finchley Station Cable Bridge. HB41 was constructed in 1939 and is a continuous three spa...

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Waalbrug Bridge, Nijmeg...

SPG collaborated with Dutch contractor Feijenoord to undertake the removal of a coating system containing hexavalent chromium using RPR Heat Induction...

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