When you need to remove paint, rust, or other substances from industrial equipment, abrasive blast cleaning can be exceptionally effective. However, if you work for a company that's keen to minimise its impact on the environment, you may be worried that the process lacks green credentials. So, can abrasive blast cleaning be environmentally[...]
Soda blasting is a method of light, non-abrasive cleaning that uses compressed air to blast aerosolised particles of sodium bicarbonate (also known as baking soda) mixed with plain water onto a dirty or tarnished surface using a compressed air pump. The pressurised soda mix is sprayed through a hose and left to dry (as with power washing). It's[...]
Soda blasting is a modern technique of removing paint and contaminants from any surface, even very fragile substrates. Soda crystals get in touch with the surface and cause it to break apart. It gently peels away the first coating using air and energy that breaks the soda residue apart. The soda blasting machine can be precision controlled for[...]
Soda blasting is a revolutionary technique of cleaning and stripping paint off different surfaces. It’s abrasive but non-destructive, so this process can be used for fragile items such as panels of cars and it won't damage them. It doesn't contain toxic chemicals and is safe for the environment.
Soda blasting is an environmentally friendly way of cleaning away dust, paint, coatings, dirt, and surface contamination. In this method, no damage is made to the surface that is being cleaned. In the blasting method, the soda blasting machine uses compressed air and delivers sodium bicarbonate to the surface that needs to be cleaned. This[...]
Soda blasting is an effective alternative to sand blasting on many industrial cleaning projects, especially where sandblasting can pose a risk of harm to delicate surfaces. The purpose of soda blasting is to remove impurities from steelwork (and industrial equipment), to prepare it for a protective coating. The blasting process enables optimum[...]