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Sandblasting is a type of blasting that uses an abrasive material to clean or remove contaminants from a surface with a blasting machine. It is also known as dry abrasive blasting because the process has evolved and no longer uses sand as a blasting media. The key to getting the best results is to understand what each blasting media does to the surface and what blast systems are most effective. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the many applications of sandblasting and why it’s a great option for removing tough coatings.
SANDBLASTING ABRASIVE MEDIA
Sandblasting originally got its name from using particles of sand to blast unwanted or failing materials from a surface. Now days, sandblasters rarely use sand as their media of choice because of how many other environmentally friendly options are available. Today there are endless options of abrasive materials that can be used to clean or remove a coating from almost any type of substrate. Whether you need to leave a smooth surface or an anchor profile, the abrasive blasting process is the way to go. The most common blasting medias include: crushed glass, steel grit, aluminum oxide, garnet, plastic beads, glass beads and walnut shells.