Blasting

Your One-Stop Guide to Building Blast Rooms

Posted on: May 15, 2018 @ 9:31 am

Roughening a smooth surface, smoothening a rough surface, cleaning sprawling commercial structures, and even shaping pieces of art — blasting does it all. But a proper blasting environment, equipped with the proper machinery, is critical for ensuring optimal results. And this is where many businesses go wrong. Blasting success is contingent on the ability of

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Choosing Sandblasting Over Traditional Techniques

Posted on: Apr 03, 2018 @ 4:12 pm

During the sandblasting process, very fine bits of material are rapidly propelled at a surface. This can be done to a clean a surface of contaminants, rust, or mill scale, or to etch or carve designs into glass or similar materials. The removal of rust and residue can leave a surface looking brand-new. It can

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Wet Blasting Techniques

Posted on: Sep 08, 2017 @ 1:50 pm

There are a variety of blasting methods used to clean metal components and remove surface materials such as paint and grease, and one of the most efficient is wet blasting. Wet blasting works by sending an abrasive liquid media through an implement using a high-pressure air source. Common Wet Blasting Methods When it comes to

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Sandblasting vs. Soda Blasting

Posted on: Jul 11, 2017 @ 4:33 pm

When it comes to removing paint and cleaning hard surfaces, there are few ways as efficient as abrasive blasting, and this is the case for sandblasting. And while sandblasting is very useful in many applications, certain circumstances are better handled by a particular type of blasting known as soda blasting. What is Sandblasting? Sandblasting is

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