What is Abrasive Blasting?
Abrasive blasting goes by many different names, including abrasive jet machining, pencil blasting, abrasive micro-blasting, micro-abrasive blasting and more. No matter the name, the process includes using controlled pressurized air to propel abrasive materials at specific velocity to wear away the surfaces of particularly brittle, heat-sensitive, hard, or thin materials. Our process has dialed in the exact process for specific materials to ensure proper stripping without damaging. There are many uses for our specific blasting, such as, quickly, and effectively removing contaminates during a remediation, clean and prep a surface for coating, strip paint, rust, or residue from any material type all without damage to the organic surface.
There are many abrasive medias that can be used when blasting, but Vector Restoration uses environmentally safe products.
Remediation Blasting Services
If your home was gutted after the hurricane and has just been sitting in an unclimatized environment, you should have it inspected for mold growth before you begin rebuilding. We have the ability to blast the interior without damaging the structure. This provides fast and effective mold removal when used along with our mold removal protocols using industry standards.
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Louisiana Location: 337-415-4600
Florida Location: 850-816-0150
Surface Stripping and Refinishing
Concrete and metal are the most common surfaces to abrasive blast, but they are by no means the only ones where abrasive blasting can be done effectively – in other words so that undesirable impurities and rust are removed cleanly with no or minimal surface damage. Often, abrasive blasting is the best way to get rid of residual paintwork to prepare the metal for a new coat of paint. One of the advantages of abrasive blasting is that it gets into the nooks and crannies that are hard to reach with any manual method.
No surface is off limits for our blasting machine!