abrasive blasting


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abrasive blasting

[ə′brās·əv ′blast·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The cleaning or finishing of surfaces by the use of an abrasive entrained in a blast of air.
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Monitor Coatings portfolio comprises vapour degreasing, abrasive blasting, flame spray, arc spray, plasma, high velocity oxygen fuel and low pressure vacuum plasma.
Other surface preparation methods like wire brushing and power tool cleaning are available but the coating performance on the steel will not be as good as abrasive blasting to e.
the work includes setting up and maintaining scaffold and a containment system, abrasive blasting to near white metal (sspc-sp 10), recoating all exterior surfaces, site cleanup, and disposal of all spent materials and coatings.
In addition to Duralar coatings, CTI provides a range of surface finishing services: electroless nickel/PTFE composite coating (NP3), electroless nickel coatings, black oxide coatings, phosphate coatings, passivation, abrasive blasting, commercial painting and dry-film lube.
Founded in 2003, EPC offers a full spectrum of finish technology including powder coating, abrasive blasting and plating for heavy industrial, transportation, aerospace and light commercial industries.
DACA's suite of services include painting and coating applications, cleaning and abrasive blasting, interior and exterior tank lining, asset maintenance management programs, lead abatement and concrete containment.
It is used in situations where abrasive blasting is not possible or feasible.
The surface of the Mi Bluetooth Speaker has gone through abrasive blasting, laser engraving, plus two coats of anodizing oxidize colour application which gives it a great exterior.
workers, including more than 100,000 workers in high risk jobs such as abrasive blasting, foundry work, stonecutting, rock drilling, quarry work and tunneling.
Surface tolerant coating solutions are crucial for certain corrosion protection applications - especially in the oil and gas industry, where bringing equipment offline and building full dust containment for abrasive blasting may not be feasible.
When it comes to applying modern sprayed on-gun finishes, a slightly rough surface texture allows the best adhesion of the applied finish, and the best way to, get that is by abrasive blasting.
The mineral is primarily used for abrasive blasting applications.