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Cog-wheels before the oxide layer is removed removed.Cog-wheel after shot blasting, the oxide layer is removed.Old copper articles before renovation.Old copper articles after renovation.Crown of Liberty Bridge before sandblasting.Crown of Liberty Bridge after sandblasting.Replacement glass tea light field.Cast-iron stove before renovation.The stove after bead blasting.The stove after full renovation.Unglazed glass jug.Puch engine needs beading.Puch engine after beading.The wheels of a 1914 automatic gun.The wheels of a 1914 automatic gun after cleaning.Workpieces of Military History Museum before machining.Workpieces of Military History Museum after machining.Deckchair. Removal of old paint by sanding layer.Strongly contaminated and damaged light metals rim.Strongly contaminated and damaged light metals rim, after cleaning, prepared for further work.Granite stone patterned.Trabant component before blasting.Trabant component after blasting.Wrought-iron chandelier.Wrought-iron chandelier sandblasted.Luxury Department Store: limestone facade, before cleaning.Luxury Department Store: limestone facade, after cleaning.A rocking chair before cleaning.A rocking chair after cleaning.Aluminum tool before processing.Aluminum tool after processing, prepared for VDI 30.Diving tanks before sandblasting.Diving tanks after sandblasting.Brick surfaces of Technical Glass Factory Sandblasting. Contaminated before blasting.Brick surfaces of Technical Glass Factory Sandblasting. Contaminated after blasting.


Here you find some reference work and practical applications of this technology.

Some interesting work:

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We are delighted that we could participate, for example, in the works of the Museum of Military History, the Liberty Bridge or in the renovation of a patina cash register.

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It was no less good to work on a renewal and cleaning of a Konkoly Tege Observatory or a 1914 bomber wheel and the brick surfaces of the Technical Glass Factory.

 About us: we do not intend to praise ourselves, exaggerate our successes or report on our “market leadership” etc.

However, the following is very important:
In 1998 our business was founded as a typical bogus self-employment in the unfavorable Hungarian economic conditions. Since then we have done our best to build, obtain, and develop our machinery.

Our motto is:
Every work is equally important.

We have learnt that every single piece of work is important. We make every effort to fulfill our customers’ needs; whether they are personal individuals or companies. We are more than willing to answer your questions in e-mail or in the forum. (If you ask your questions in the forum, we reply there or in e-mail.).

We would like to grab the opportunity, and ask those colleagues and businesses with similar activities (polishing, galvanization) to contact us if they are interested in producing high quality products together!

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