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    The key to vapour blasting is that the finish is produced through flow of water borne abrasive, giving a finer finish due to the flushing action of the water. No media is impregnated into the component, nor is there any dust created by the break-up of media, unlike dry blasting where the finish is produced by sheer force of media impact.
    A specially designed glandless polyurethane pump agitates water and media into A slurry, and pumps it to the blast gun. At the same time this slurry is pumped at approximately 2 Bar to the nozzle, and air is introduced at the blast gun to accelerate the slurry and its cleaning effect on impact, albeit cushioned.

       

Collection/Delivery Service

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We offer a collection and delivery service Ranging from Ipswich to Norwich. Please call us for more information.

Applications

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FAQ!

  • Typical applications
    • Degreasing / surface finishing of components in the automotive, reconditioning & maintenance industries
    • Cleaning of dies & moulds
    • Removal of paint, rust, scale, carbon & similar deposits in engineering industries
    • Surface preparation prior to bonding, re-painting or re-coating
    • Satin finishing of stainless steels & other special materials
    • Cleaning of PCB's & electrical connectors
    • Removal of small burrs from manufactured components

     

  • Advantages Of Vapour blasting?
      Dust free process Cleans by flow of water not by impact Simultaneously degrease & blast clean Water acts as a lubricant between media & component Promotes longer media life Produces a 'softer' finish Avoids media impregnation on soft materials
  • All wheels are stripped back to bear metal and inspected for any cracks, salt damage, curb damage or buckles. All curb damage is removed we will consult the customer in the occurance of any cracks or buckles being discovered ( refer to FAQ below) Your wheels will then be shot blasted and subsequently bead blasted to re move any grit inclusion. Zinc primer is applied for corrosion protection. Your wheels will then be powder coated in any of the finishes you wish to choose from our extensive range of colours and clear coated. What Happens if my wheels are cracked? Whilst we can arrange for any minor cracks to be welded, we STRONGLY advise a replacement wheel be found and any repair is a temporary measure as any crack will effect the structural integrity of the wheel and is not guaranteed.