Reduce Downtime and Improve Operating Efficiency

Frequency and duration of corrosion mitigation or prevention projects affect the bottom line. Follow the success of power plants around the world using Sponge-Jet composite abrasives throughout the facility:

  • Boiler, condensers and water boxes
  • Heat recovery units
  • Boiler stacks and chimney’s
  • Turbines
  • Refrigeration & cooling water lines
  • Confined spaces
  • Pumps, valves and gates
  • Penstock
  • Nuclear and other hazardous materials decontamination

Achieve the superior surface preparation required by high-performance coatings to enable maximum adhesion and life-expectancy. Increase profits by extending coating life.

Features & Benefits

  • Improve heat recovery and transfer efficiency
  • Turbine production efficiency
  • Protect integrity & reliability of equipment
  • Blasting on operating equipment
  • Improve community relations & compliance
  • Increased asset life & coating performance

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