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Sand blasting

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Sand blasting

  2. 2. •Sand blast cleaning, is a surface treatment process widely used in a variety of different industries with many diverse purposes. Sand blasting is the process by which an abrasive media is accelerated through a blasting nozzle by means of compressed air.
  3. 3.  As we are acquainted with different cleaning procedures adopted to clean different surfaces. Sand blasting is one of such cleansing process which makes the use of light particles as propellants to project it on the required surface. It makes use of different abrasive materials as a part of its cleaning procedure. This process is mainly preferred by the industries and the construction firms to get rid of the unwanted particles from the surface. It can be used to clean the surface, remove the paint, get rid of the rusts, and etch the surface to provide a shinier look.
  4. 4.  Removal of rust spots from the metal is one of the primary use of sand blasting.  Paint removal from homes and commercial offices is something else the sand blasting process can be used for.
  5. 5. • Quick removal of contaminants: This process helps in quick removal of the deposits of the contaminants on different surfaces. • Less machinery involved: This process does not make use of complex machineries. • Abrasive action: The materials which are used in the projection are highly abrasive and have an aggressive action on the surfaces. • Fit for tough surfaces like concrete: The powerful action of the process can remove deposits even from tough surfaces like concrete.
  6. 6.  It is important to be aware of the necessary safety precautions that need to be put into place before home or industrial sandblasting can take place. Take note of the following:  Wear safety goggles to protect your eyes;  Make use of protective gloves;  Ensure that you wear a mask to avoid inhaling the  tiny particles of debris, and  To avoid a big clean-up, wear old clothes oroveralls.