Dustless Blasting is a unique and revolutionary process used for paint stripping and cleaning a wide range of surfaces. It can remove virtually any coating from any surface. These Dustless Blasters combine water and abrasive to blast more efficiently and clean your surfaces while consuming less media per job. You can call us for any surface restoration job, and we will leave you with a smooth and clean surface that is ready to be made new again.
Paint eventually fails, metal eventually rusts, and surfaces can not be protected from getting dirty. Dustless Blasting is an effective method to remove what is left of the old coating quickly and efficiently. Our dustless blasting will remove paint, rust, and even undercoating. We use state-of-the-art technology and have the ability to blast a range of surfaces. We ensure that our eco-friendly technique will not destroy the surface and deliver the end result of the highest quality standards.
Did you know that vapor honing is one of the most advanced technologies you can use for finishing and cleaning surfaces? Whatever industry you’re in—whether you’re an engineer, a mechanic, or a hobbyist—vapor honing is a great technology for you to use.
You also might be asking yourself questions such as:
“When it comes to vapor honing vs. sandblasting, which one’s better?”
“How does the vapor honing process work?”
Given how much there is to know about complex vapor honing technologies and how they work, you may be confused about where to find answers to your questions that are clear. You might also be frustrated, whether this is for financial reasons or because there’s a project you want to finish up with soon.
Dry Ice Blasting
Dry-ice blasting is a form of carbon dioxide cleaning, where dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide, is accelerated in a pressurized air stream and directed at a surface in order to clean it.
The method is similar to other forms of media blasting such as sand blasting, plastic bead blasting, or sodablasting in that it cleans surfaces using a media accelerated in a pressurized air stream, but dry-ice blasting uses dry ice as the blasting medium. Dry-ice blasting is nonabrasive, non-conductive, nonflammable, and non-toxic.
Dry-ice blasting is an efficient cleaning method. Dry ice is made of reclaimed carbon dioxide that is produced from other industrial processes, and is an approved media by the EPA, FDA and USDA. It also reduces or eliminates employee exposure to the use of chemical cleaning agents.