The advantages of using an abrasive blaster over dry sandblasting are numerous, but the top benefit is you’ll eliminate up to 92% of airborne dust, while also saving on cleanup and disposal costs.
Because water is mixed with the abrasive, there is no dust plume or ignitable sparks. This allows you to blast in open environments, even when others are working nearby. Plus, you will save money on containment and cleanup costs.
Media refers to materials that do not create a surface profile upon impact. These include both inorganic and organic materials. Abrasives include any blasting material that creates a surface profile (or anchor pattern) upon impact. We mainly use glass but can blast with sand. walnut shells. Garnett. And soda.
Our machine has an emergency air shut off and we can run pneumatic lines to run our machine safely.
We are set up to get 200 feet from the blasting unit.
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