Shot blasting is a machine that projects a large number of small steel balls towards the surface of the floor and this way crushes the surface. Most of these balls are then drawn back into the machine to be used again. Our shot blaster has a vacuum attachment that makes this project virtually dust-free. This is typically used on large projects where we need to take layers of paint or glue off of the existing concrete to prep it for the next covering.
Sodablasting is a non-destructive method for many applications in cleaning, paint & varnish stripping, automotive restoration, industrial equipment maintenance, rust removal, graffiti removal, masonry cleaning and restoration, soot remediation on fire damage, boat hull cleaning, mold remediation, along with several other uses.
Corn Cob Blasting and Walnut Blasting is exactly what it sounds like, the Corn Cob or Walnut Shell is ground to size and then we shoot it through our blaster. The most common application for cob meal is to clean logs used to build cabins part way through the assembly process. The most common use for this media is paint stripping on metal or other hard surfaces (often mixed with glass bead media) where potential substrate damage is minimal.