Sponge-Jet Technology can CLEAN — in the broadest terms!
Sponge-Jet cleans fast and efficiently without water or hazardous chemicals. Through the use of cleaning agents, micro-abrasives and engineered ceramics, Sponge Media™ allows for the broadest cleaning and decontamination capabilities possible to achieve the necessary results.
Remove hard deposits of baked oil residue without damaging galvanized decking (as on this monorail decking). And by simply changing Sponge Media™ type, strip failed coatings without damage to the galvanized substrate; slightly etch the galvanized surface to prepare it for coating; or clean oil and dust from high gloss decking without de-glossing the paint.
Without water, rapidly clean a wide range of chemical residues, mold release agents, contaminants from equipment and facilities as was done at this major aluminum manufacturer.
This galvanizing plant was able to quickly clean and remove smoke and soot from block walls, roof decking and machinery with the dry, highly versatile Sponge Blasting system.
This mental health institution used Sponge-Jet technology to quickly clean wood and brick surfaces that were contaminated with residue of mold after it was killed by chemical treatment.
After years of environmental soiling and vehicle exhaust this concrete block was completely cleaned with no water or chemicals. Clean, Dry, Safe!
After a chemical fire, this concrete ceiling was completely blackened with soot and chemical char. Cleaning with water was not allowed as it would have spread the chemical residue, allowing it to further penetrate the concrete and floors below. Sponge blasting allowed for fast, dry cleaning and decontamination of the hazardous residue.
After a nearby fire, this facility used Sponge-Jet’s sensitive cleaning media to remove the smoke damage and restore the ceiling to its original bright white color. Tight areas around joists were easily cleaned.
Bottling plants as well as many pharmaceutical, food and chemical plants need to periodically clean tiles and other protective linings in trenches, on equipment bases and within containment areas. Sponge-Jet achieves this quickly without introducing moisture into the area.
This historic facade included multiple stone types, all heavily soiled from years of city smog and acid rain. Here the preservationist easily adjusted for each stone type and was able to clean adjacent to windows.
This highly skilled team, specializing in remote access technology (repelling from ropes) used Sponge-Jet White SPOCC Sponge Media™ at low pressure to clean environmental staining from the copper roof of the Oakland Tribune Building. Containment debris nets were positioned below as they blasted high above the city.
Brick can often be cleaned or have old coatings removed quickly - returning it to its original beauty.
Rapidly and effectively remove charred wood from structures subject to fire. This allows faster project turnaround and more effective odor removal than other technologies.
The world renowned Guggenheim Museum in New York elected Sponge-Jet as the method to clean concrete coating residue from the surface prior to recoating.
Both wood and decorative alloy balusters were easily cleaned and brightened with Sponge-Jet at very low pressures.
This mixed use residential and commercial building in downtown Boston used White Glass Bead Sponge Media™ to remove water staining from its timber ceiling and paint from its brick while preserving the historic charm of the structure.
This historic brick building in downtown, Grand Rapids, MI (USA) had its brick facade and granite details cleaned from soot and environmental staining.
Oil and dirt are quickly removed from tanks, signs and other equipment using Green Sponge Media™; restoring the surfaces without creating added liability and cost from contaminated water run-off which would otherwise need to be collected and treated is only possible with Sponge-Jet technology.
Oil burner overflows causing sticky oil cover surrounding surfaces. Sponge-Jet Green Sponge Media™ is used to clean the oil from the surfaces without damaging the paint below.
Restore and rehabilitate wood beams, ceilings and floors in old buildings and warehouses using sponge media. Lead abatement, paint, some stain and oil removal to a “like-new” or distressed finish.
Interior and Exterior Compressor Overhaul at Pemex’s Lázaro Cárdenaz Refinery. Exterior: remove oil residue, corrosion and profiled for recoating. Interior: removed all oil residue and gasket adhesive without substrate damage
Efflorescence is quickly removed from brick exterior, returning brick to new like new condition.
Sponge-Jet composite media cleans this Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) fan in an Ethanol Plant. The fan had heavy deposits of carbon from burned corn oil.
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Rejuvenate masonry substrates (e.g. granite, brick and sandstone) without degradation.View Video
Sponge-Jet is fazing out modular sound-proof blast room and dust collectors which have previously been part of our KwietKave™ product line. Sponge-Jet will continue to offer all other stationary blasting, vacuuming, recycling and reloading solutions –now called Sponge-Jet Custom Integrations™ replacing the KwietKave branding.Read More >
Sandblasting has been used as a cleaning method since the 1870s. Benjamin Tilghman, an American inventor from Pennsylvania conceived of the concept of sandblasting and invented the first sand blasting machine. This first machine and concept paved the way for the use of sand blasting in a multitude of industries, including restoration, oil and gas, and ship building.Read More >