Sandblasting

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sandblasting

[′san‚blast·iŋ]
(engineering)
Surface treatment in which steel grit, sand, or other abrasive material is blown against an object to produce a roughened surface or to remove dirt, rust, and scale.
(geology)
Abrasion affected by the action of hard, windblown mineral grains.

Sandblasting

Abrading a surface, such as concrete, by a stream of sand ejected from a nozzle by compressed air; used for cleaning up construction joints, or carried deeper to expose the aggregate.
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We have the latest and dedicated facilities to perform activities like turning, milling, lapping, assembly, low pressure pneumatic testing and high pressure hydro testing, grit blasting and painting," says the spokesperson.
It eliminates the airborne particulates generated by grit blasting creating a cleaner and efficient workplace," the statement added.
Grit blasting technique is used by bombarding surface with hard particles at high velocity.
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The system can protect surfaces from contamination caused by acids, plating solutions, and ambient debris from air plasma spray, HVOF, grinding, peening, and grit blasting used during surface treatment.
To obtain good adhesion, the substrate must be pre-treated by grit blasting, grinding, milling, turning, or a combination of these techniques.