Blasting Services

Building restoration.

Expert cleaning services.

Professional blasting services – abrasive dry & wet blasting, soda blasting, dry ice blasting.

Sandblasting also better known as Abrasive Blasting is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants. Pressurized air is used to propel the blast material often call media. There are many types of media from walnut shells for soft surfaces to Garnet which is very wearing mineral.

What is Soda Blasting? Soda Blasting can safely strip paint from nearly any surface. The Soda blaster uses compressed air to deliver sodium bicarbonate based media(baking soda bascially)onto the surface to be cleaned.

It seems similar to sandblasting but the similarities fade once the process is understood. Sand is hard and a heavier material that can cause a lot of damage to many substrates. It will pit glass and plastic and etch metal. Soda blasting does none of that.

A properly formulated soda blasting media is manufactured to be in a consistant, larger cystal size. When it strikes the material being blasted, the crystal explodes outwards and the explosion is the force that strips the target of paint, rust, grease, mold, dirt and carbon.

Dry Ice Blasting is a cleaning process using solid CO2 pellets (known as dry ice). Dry Ice Pellets sublimate upon impact with the surface to be cleaned meaning the pellets convert directly from a solid to a vapour leaving a clean, dry surface with no residue.

Dry Ice Blasting is ideal for the Food Processing Industry, Fire Restoration, Railway Industry, Graffiti Removal and much more.

We can clean production machinery in situ meaning machinery can still be in operation during cleaning to keep downtime to a minimum. Dry ice blasting is safe around electrical components, there’s no need to cover components as this method is free from moisture.

Graffiti spray paint removal from inside train carriages. Internal fire damaged walls can be cleaned back to the original surface.