Garnet Abrasive are scientifically formulated to work together on delicate restoration projects. Cleaning valuable historic assets, masonry, concrete, grout, stone, marble, tile and much more, Garnet is a cost-effective, high-performance, environmentally friendly abrasive. The perfect symbiosis of grain size, density and hardness/durability creates the optimum abrasive efficiency and lowest abrasive consumption. It can be recycled 5 times without losing it’s superior ability. Low dusting improves health and safety for the operator and the environment.
HOW CAN RECYCLED GLASS BE SILICA-FREE?
Recycled bottle glass is chemically known as Amorphous Silica, which means it contains less than 1% free-silica. Free-silica is commonly found in traditional blasting sand and other hard abrasive sandblasting medias. Silica-sand dust in its natural state has an “open” crystalline structure that has the capability of sticking to lung tissues. When this happens, the likelihood of developing a serious respiratory disease called Silicosis increases.
SODIUM BICARBONATE blasting process offers you the best cleaning and decontaminating solution with no need to stop your production line. SODIUM BICARBONATE is totally soluble and therefore the soda blasting process leaves no residue.
SODIUM BICARBONATE blasting system offers the following advantages:
The steel gritt Highly recyclable stainless steel blasting media, generally used in construction companies.
Steel grit’s superior hardness and precise microstructure provides maximum durability and impact energy transfer. Highly demanding, aggressive applications are ideal for steel grit. It offers a very fast stripping action for many types of surface contaminates from steels and other foundry metals. Softer than aluminum oxide, but still angular in shape, steel grit will not fracture as easily making it perfect for creating an etched surface on metal. Exceeds the life of common abrasive materials by nearly 1,000 to 1 reducing raw material costs. Quickly strips contaminants from steel and foundry metals. Used in wheel blast and pressure operated blast systems.