airblasting

airblasting

[′er‚blast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A blasting technique in which air at very high pressure is piped to a steel shell in a shot hole and discharged. Also known as air breaking.
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The former Blessed John Almond pupil's job involved spending two hours a night cleaning the insides of drying machines and airblasting the factory walls clean once a year.