Category Archives: Wet/Vapour Blasting
PureFinish® is a post-processing technique. This technique allows stainless steel to be finished to a smoother surface with a low and reproducible SRI value below 0.010. In practice, this produces a surface with a very low degree of adhesion characteristics. … Continue reading
A question that faces many mass finishing and wet or vapour blast machine users, as well as those using machining centres and pre-painting wash plants is how do I separate process liquids and solids from each other? Process liquid separation and … Continue reading
Blast cleaning with a suitably soft media, cleans fast and is environmentally friendly. It provides a quick reconditioning, reclamation and renewal of dirty, corroded, worn machined components. And is of vital importance to mechanical engineers, in the process of maintenance, component … Continue reading
The Aerospace Industry is a major precision manufacturing industry that justifiably employ Blast processes Surface Preparation and Finishing. The industry is identfied by several divisional disciplines and each have many applications.
To understand what dry and wet / vapour blasting is please see our blog: Blast Surface Preparation and Finishing – What Is It And Why Should We Consider Using It? Introduction Blast finishing and surface preparation are very widely accepted … Continue reading
To understand what dry and wet / vapour blasting is please see our blog: Blast Surface Preparation and Finishing – What Is It And Why Should We Consider Using It? Another major industry that justifiably employ dry and wet /vapour … Continue reading
Wet or Vapour blasting is a mechanical method of cleaning and preparing a surface. It employs a water/ media mix, a pump together with added pressurised air. The process is widely used for a range of applications from general cleaning … Continue reading