Abrasive Blasting

 Abrasive Blasting

Abrasive blasting is used for cleaning surfaces such as steel, bricks, cement and concrete, usually to remove scale, rust, old paint or other matter before applying a protective coating.

Abrasive blasting can also be used to remove graffiti.  Abrasive blasting procedures can vary widely. They can be performed in closed environments like blasting chambers or cabinets, or on open sites such as buildings, bridges, tanks, boats or mobile plant.

Abrasive blasting involves using a stream of abrasive material, propelled at high speed by compressed air, water, steam, centrifugal wheels or paddles against a surface, to clean, abrade, etch or otherwise change the original appearance or condition of the surface. It includes high pressure water and steam blasting incorporating abrasive material.

Feel free to contact us to discuss the most appropriate method of blasting to suit your requirements.

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