A sample list of the technology.
Below you can read a sample list of how bead blasting (sandblasting) is put into practice. Of course, the list is far from being complete because the technology enables us to perform a wide variety of applications. For example, it can be used to clean different surfaces, to give wooden objects an antique-look, or to etch a pattern on glass surfaces. Now have a look at the variety of applications:
- Cleaning aluminum and iron rims before re-painting and spray painting.
- Corrosion and paint removal from car and motor cycle components and frames.
- Beading aluminum and stainless materials for decoration.
- Making metal and plastic surfaces uneven for achieving better gluing surfaces.
- Giving an antique-look for wooden objects for decoration.
- Removing luster from surgical instruments.
- Contaminant removal from steel structures. (e.g. wrought iron products, flattened and tempered products)
- Surface hardening bead blasting for cog-wheels, connecting-rods or axles.
- Strain removal for household objects (e.g. coating of gas convectors, fences, top panels of water meters)
- Cleaning stone bricks, cellars, building footing, swimming pools before new coating.
- Surface preparation of plastic equipment.
- Sandblasting cast iron objects for surface cleaning (e.g. cast iron stoves, fireplaces, ornaments and other cast iron components)
- Unglazing Plexiglas and glass for decoration (e.g. room dividers, door- and window frames, ornaments etc.)
- Deep blasting glass objects for decoration. (It is similar to engraving, but it is a more advanced technology. Any pattern or form can be created with this method.)