Our Mobile Dustless Sandblasting Services
We come to you and use top of the line dustless blasting equipment to quickly blast through your surface cleaning needs. All of our blasting materials are 100% Eco Friendly & Silica Free, making it safe to blast anywhere. Unlike traditional sandblasting, we use water as we blast, eliminating virtually all dust. This wet media blasting method allows us to work faster and blast nearly everywhere without causing much of a mess. For a more affordable dustless blasting service, call us today, or click a link below on one of our dustless blasting services to get a quote immediately!
WHAT IS DUSTLESS BLASTING?
Dustless blasting, or wet abrasive blasting, is a relatively new surface preparation and cleaning method. It out performs sandblasting and any other media blasting method in every category: cleanliness, speed, and affordability. It's also much less interruptive to your daily activities. Dusltess eco blasting uses water as it blasts, knocking down the dust that is created from the crushed glass (our blast media) and old coatings. As we perform wet abrasive blasting service, the substrate (surface) gets cooler rather than hotter, and thus there is no warping of materials. It's safe on virtually all materials: metals, alloys, plastics, masonry, wood, vinyl, stone, concrete, fiberglass, and much more.
Our Dustless Sandblasting Process
Now we do our thing. Just sit back and relax as we blast your surface prep problems away using nothing but eco-friendly blasting materials.
Once the sandblasting is done, simply clean it up, let it lay, or have us clean it up. Simple as that.
For any blasting project, we need your project clean and for us to have enough space to blast every nook & cranny. In order to do that, we need your project to be 100% accessible. How do you do that? Well it generally means removing any lights, mirrors, handles, or accessories from your project. It also includes covering up glass areas with thick cardboard and heavy duty tape (we recommend gorilla tape). To protect surrounding valuables, laying 4 mil. plastic sheeting on the object and/or on the ground protects the surrounding object from stray blast media and makes the mess easy to control and clean up (your preference). If you plan on doing a lot of taping to prep your project, we strongly recommend that you clean your project first to allow the tape to stick better. Other than the plastic sheeting, the rest of the prep process is something we dont' usually prep for residential customers due to liability concerns. However we can prep upon request.
SPECIAL PREP REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAILER, FLEET & AUTO SANDBLASTING
Here's a breakdown of what extra prep you'll need to do based on your sandblasting service needs:
Outer Body Panels: None
Under-body: Hydraulic lift, crane, blocks or rotisserie
Wheel Wells: Rotisserie or set on blocks w/wheels removed.
Contact us if your still unsure of how to stage your blasting project.
How to prep...
Laying Plastic Sheeting...
If you decide to lay the sheeting yourself, we recommend laying 10 ft. extra on the dimensions of your project. For example, if you have a car thats 8 ft. long and 5 ft. wide, then you would lay at least an 18' x 15' wide section; when centered on the sheeting it should give an additional 5 ft. of coverage for us around the project. If there is something you would like to protect thats within 20 ft. of your blasting project, we recommend putting up the same 4 mil. plastic sheeting to shield it from stray blast media.
SPECIAL PREP REQUIREMENTS FOR MARINE SANDBLASTING
You will need to have your boat set up on jacks/blocks at least 4 ft. off the ground in order for us to blast the hull. We recommend laying out plastic first, and then pulling the boat with your trailer over the plastic and walk the boat off using jacks/blocks. Contact us for more information.
SPECIAL PREP REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL SANDBLASTING
Prep for industrial applications varies greatly by job; we typically handle all aspects of prepping for our sandblasting service but there are some exceptions. Contact us for more information.
SPECIAL PREP REQUIREMENTS FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT SANDBLASTING
Prep varies by equipment and desired sandblasting needs. If the equipment needs to be lifted/raised to be blasted properly, we can coordinate a crane if necessary. This will need to be discussed in a case by case basis. Contact us for more information.