Other methods could destroy the substrate, but the wet (Dustless) process ensures that the surface will be preserved with no texturizing or pitting.
When blasting near a body of water, stray debris becomes a major concern. Because Dustless Blasting can be easily contained, it’s the perfect choice for environmentally sensitive areas such as this one.
Uncontained emissions and debris from surface preparation operations, such as paint, coatings, paint chips and primers, can be toxic and lethal to aquatic life, can leach into the soil and be taken up by plants, bioaccumulate up the food chain and ultimately affect humans.
One of the chief advantages of wet abrasive blasting over dry blasting is the reduced requirement for containment. Because the emissions and debris are encapsulated and weighed down by water, they can be effectively contained with fewer preventative measures.
Safe on Surfaces: Pressure and flow are easily adjustable, for cleaning a variety of surfaces including concrete, brick, wood, and more.
Eco-friendly: Suppress the plume of dust, to work safely in urban environments with minimal containment.
More effective than power washing: The abrasive does more work than water alone, and uses far less water. See Comparison.
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