Pipes & Pipelines

Integrity for Life

If pipes are your business, Sponge-Jet can take care of your concerns. From preparing the inside of a pipe with total confidence of perfect results time after time – to assuring successful inspections – to cleaning and profiling weld seams. Sponge-Jet has your pipes properly covered. The ability to dry-commission complete units and perform dust-free open blasting it now possible without compromising surface cleanliness and consistent profile. Sponge Media™s dry, low dust, reusable process characteristics increase the reliability and integrity of your assets.

Features & Benefits

  • Simplify job staging
  • Protect integrity & reliability of equipment
  • Blast on operating equipment
  • Increase asset life & coating performance
  • Extend time between repairs
  • Increase production and profits

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