When you call us for our Destin dry ice blasting services, the process to clean is one where the blasting involves propelling pellets at an extremely high speed. This type of cleaning is done through kinetic energy, extreme temperature change and something called sublimation, which is solid dry ice conversion to a gas. Dry ice blasting safely cleans industrial equipment, especially large electric motors and generators, as well as drives, presses, conveyors, ovens and more. Usually this requires minimal to no disassembly whatsoever.
Soda blasting is green technology that safely strips paint or cleans just about any surface. Before soda blasting came on the scene, the only way to remove paint, rust or other unsightly materials was to chip at it, use harsh chemicals, or sandblast it off. These outdated methods are no longer needed now that soda blasting is available. Our Destin soda blasting experts will take on any job you have and clean it thoroughly.
Similar to traditional sandblasting, soda blasting has significant advantages. Soda blasting cleans industrial surfaces without causing harm to its substrate or to the environment. This type of process can easily remove paint, rust, grease, oils, coatings, carbon, gasket material and surface corrosion. These elements can all be removed from a variety of metals, alloys, plastics and composites. All hard, anodized coatings are left intact.
The best part about our Destin soda blasting services is that it uses the latest and most innovative technology, which is also green technology. A soda blasting machine uses compressed air which delivers bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) onto any surface to be cleaned. Soda blasting is much gentler to the underlying surface. It is one of the best Destin media blasting services we offer.
Soda blasting can be used for just about any surface due to its ability to leave substrate unharmed. Our soda blast service is FDA-approved and non-toxic. As well as being environmentally safe, it is also non-sparking and non-flammable.
To clean a variety of surfaces, such as metal, steel, brick, concrete, aluminum and other masonry materials, wet sandblasting is the preferred process. By adding water to the blast stream, the cleaning process cuts down on significant dust.
Our Destin wet sandblasting process uses compressed air and an industrial blast machine to tackle the job. There is just enough abrasive in the water stream to suppress the dust. Dust suppression is important, because there may be silica or other hazardous materials being released. Especially when sandblasting concrete, silica dust is released. With our wet sandblasting process, the dust is greatly reduced.
Our Destin wet sandblasting system incorporates a nozzle control that adjusts water pressure and volume all the way from a fine mist to a full-on water wash. The volume of water is regulated according to the amount of dust being produced.