Sandblasting

sandblasting

Sandblasting – An ancient process that has changed slightly

This surface treatment process is commonly used in multiple industries on various surface types. Sandblasting is described as, abrasive media, accelerated through a blasting nozzle, by means of compressed air. Media used in this type of industry: Steel shot Steel grit Glass bead Crushed glass Aluminum oxide Silicon carbide Assorted Plastics Walnut shell Corn cob Baking …

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Sandblasting vs Wet Abrasive Blasting

Sandblasting and wet abrasive blasting are different because wet blasting uses water where as sandblasting doesn’t. Wet blasting requires water which is added to the blasting process. Wet abrasive blasting also known as dustless blasting uses three elements being water, air and abrasive to remove contaminants from surface substrates. Depending on the type of finish you require on the substrate …

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