Abrasive Blasting

When blasting, a stream of abrasive material is forced against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants. A pressurized liquid, usually compressed air or a radial wheel, is used to drive a blasting material (often referred to as a medium).
There are different process variants with different media. Some are highly abrasive, while others are milder. The roughest are blasting (with a shot of metal) and sandblasting (with sand). The medium grinding variants include the blasting of glass balls (with glass beads) and the blasting of plastic media (PMB) with ground plastic stocks or nutshells and corn cobs. Some of these substances can cause anaphylactic shock in people who are allergic to the media.
Abrasive Blasting

Surface quality:

BALOTINATION - Ballot paper beams or glass balls are most often applied to parts made of stainless steel or aluminum. It can also be used as a final surface treatment. In our company we use ballot papers with a particle size of 200-300 microns.

BROWN CORAL RAYS - for the treatment of aluminum parts. Possibility of blasting with brown or white corundum of different fractions.

SWEEPING - This is a light blasting of aluminum parts

Service in focus

Dedicated development of specific, innovative one-to-one jet solutions.
Thorough, practical know-how for all integrated beam chain processes, for example also for the subsequent painting and metallizing.
Fast response times for urgent delivery requirements or product adjustments.

Innovative, dedicated blasting solutions

Very large selection of special, customized blasting devices. No uniform standard solutions.