Don’t Let Abrasives be the Root Cause of a Shutdown

Avoid disruptions to rehabilitation / construction projects that are associated with surface preparation and the dusty conditions associated with ordinary blasting. Protect sensitive equipment normally effected by blasting operations. For example:

  • Motors
  • Mechanical seals
  • Compressors
  • Rotating equipment and bearings
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders
  • Exchangers

Sponge blasting reduces dust and abrasive ricochet, which allow project managers to consolidate and schedule other trades to work in close proximity; tasks normally delayed can now be accomplished simultaneously by Sponge Blasting – to shorten project schedules and reduce the high costs of downtime.


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