Glass bead blasting

Glass Bead is a versatile air-blasting media used in a variety of different applications: Finishing: Glass Bead blasting can be used on a wide range of materials including metal, glass, plastic and rubber. The smaller the glass spheres, the smoother the surface; larger spheres produce a more textured finish. Cleaning: Glass...

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Soda blasting

Sodablasting is the process of propelling Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) with compressed air through a blast hose and out a blast nozzle.  The unique properties of sodium bicarbonate allow it to remove paint, grease, mold, oil, soot, and other contaminants without damaging glass, chrome, and even thin sheet metal. ...

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Sandblasting is the most common and most widely used method of surface treatment . We carry out blasting the surface corresponding to the purity classes Sa 1, Sa 2, Sa 2 ½ and Sa3 according to ISO 12944-4. Light blast cleaning (Sa 1) – There should be no visible oil, grease and dirt, as well asweakly adhering scale, rust and foreign particles. Thorough blast cleaning (Sa 2) – On the surface free of visible oil, grease and dirt, as well as a large part of rolling scale, rust, paint and foreign matter. Any traces of contaminants must be...

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wet sandblast

Wet sandblasting

Wet sandblasting system is widely used in industry, removing layers of concrete, cleaning the paint, completely removing the plaque to the specified cleanliness level. This cleaningmethod effectively applied in petroleum, chemical industry, where sparks or static electricity are not (water is covered by each abrasive particles). The wet blasting achieved another positive effect of 95% reduction in dust generation. Application: restoration works; cleaning the stone walls; metal and tile roof; facades, balconies; cleaning of concrete, concrete adhesive removal; paint removal, brick cleaning; industrial cleaning; internal structures, cleaning up after the fire; steel structure of the profiles. Advantages: no dust; more...

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