Crushed Recycled Glass
The angular particles in crushed glass grit allow for aggressive surface profiling and removal of coatings such as epoxy, paint, alkyds, vinyl, polyurea, coal tar and elastomers. Glass grit is lighter weight than many slags, allowing for increased consumption efficiency and production time up to 30-50% less glass grit used. Crushed glass grit delivers very low particle embedment, which produces a whiter, cleaner finish.
Premium Garnet is a non-ferrous, 100% natural mineral abrasive Garnet’s average Mohs hardness is 7.5-8.0 making it ideal for both surface preparation and water-jet applications. Blasting with garnet results in a safe, cost-effective cleaning and surface preparation operation. Its durability offers multiple turns, leading to savings on consumption, shipping, and disposal. Garnet has the cutting ability to reach bare metal, removing corrosion or coatings. It can achieve mil profile finishes for most coating applications. Garnet is ideal for use on ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Walnut shell abrasive is used to blast clean and polish soft metals, fiberglass, wood, plastics and stone. It works as a de-burring and de-flashing product for moldings, castings, and electrical parts. It is an efficient soft abrasive when used to tumble and polish gun casings, jewelry, ink pens and metal parts-and can also be used to prepare surfaces and equipment for painting. In some applications, because of its resistance to breakdown, Walnut shell abrasive can be reused many times, reducing costs.
The product line of tumbling media includes a wide variety of shapes such as cylinders, angle cut cylinders, stars, wedges, cones, pyramids, ellipses and triangles. Ceramic tumbling media offers unlimited capabilities to produce custom shapes, sizes and compositions. Mass finishing or vibratory finishing is a method of finishing that cleans, radiuses, burnishes, deburrs, polishes and improves the surface finish of a manufactured parts..
Steel shot blasting is the most widely used process for cleaning, stripping and improving a metal surface. The grade or size of steel shot will determine the ultimate finish achieved on the surface of the metal.
Silicon carbide is an extremely hard material, is chemically inert and does not melt. Silicon Carbide has a high thermal conductivity, a low coefficient of thermal expansion, is thermal shock and abrasion resistant and has strength at high temperatures. Silicon carbide grits and powders are made to suit many industries and applications including: wire sawing silicon wafers, ceramic body armor, ceramic wear parts, semiconductor materials, power switching, high temperature heating elements, refractories, sandpaper, grinding wheels, gem polishing, advanced ceramics, diesel particulate filters, thermal sprays, aerospace applications, lapping, iron and steel and many others. Silicon carbide grains and powders can be made to your exact size, chemistry and shape specifications.
Plastic sandblasting media is commonly used for paint stripping, coatings removal, pressure blasting, powder coating, de- flashing, de-burring, surface preparation and mold cleaning. Plastic Media is used for paint removal and refurbishing steel, aluminum, rubber, composites, cars, trucks, airplanes, helicopters, boats and motorcycles. Plastic Abrasives provide efficient and cost-effective paint removal solutions without pitting or marring substrates and delicate parts.
Commercial Grade Glass Beads are for metal cleaning, finishing, peening and deburring.
Mil Spec Glass Beads are designed to meet the strict specifications required by the U.S. Military for use in the Defense, Aero-Space, and Automotive Industries.
The angular particles in crushed glass grit allow for aggressive surface profiling and removal of coatings such as epoxy, paint, alkyds, vinyl, polyurea, coal tar and elastomers. Glass grit is lighter weight than many slags, allowing for increased consumption efficiency and production time – up to 30-50% less glass grit used. Crushed glass grit delivers very low particle embedment, which produces a whiter, cleaner finish.
Abrasive dried sand is particularly applicable for the removal of heavy rust, epoxy paints, concrete, mill scale rust and paint from steel surfaces of structural members and gauge materials.
Staurolite sands are very hard, which makes them ideal for removing coatings, rust, and mill scale. This hardness adds durability and leads to less breakdown or dust and increased recyclability for multiple projects. Staurolite sands come in a variety of particle sizes to meet the needs of diverse applications that require different particle sizes.