Unlike grinding, Dustless Blasting will not compromise the lifespan of asphalt.
It is powerful enough for even the most stubborn coatings, like thermoplastic.
“Ghost stripe” is visible due to deep grinding scars and poor removal of existing paint.
Near-complete removal of paint.
Little to no residue remains.
“The biggest disadvantage of grinding is scarring, which affects both the pavement texture and color, [and] will confuse motorists and lead to accidents.”
— Dr. Yong Cho, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
*Source: Mid-America Transportation Center, 2011, Effectiveness Study on Temporary Pavement Marking Removal Methods.
A wet delivery method, like Dustless Blasting, is recommended by OSHA to protect workers from potentially hazardous airborne particles.
Critical in concrete applications, as the substrate itself can release respirable silica into the air.
Dustless Blasting traps and grounds these dangerous particles, protecting workers and those nearby
Recycled glass abrasive is environmentally inert and will not harm vegetation.
Because the dust plume is suppressed, blasting is easily contained. It may be performed near water or in environmentally sensitive areas.
The best choice for jobs where compliance to EPA standards is crucial.
Accurate Pavement Striping, Austin, TX
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