Abrasive Sandblasting

The first Abrasive blasting process was patented by Benjamin Chew Tilghman in October 1870.

We use the same process but are more environmentally friendly using Staurolite instead of sand.

Using sand for abrasive sandblasting has been banned as a result of a lung disease called Silicosis, which caused through the dust generated from the blasting being inhaled.

Abrasive blasting is the process of forcibly shooting a stream of abrasive against surfaces under high pressure.

We can remove surface contaminants such as rust, paint and concrete.

We have also completed work for major shopping centres (after hours) to blast slippery tiles, to ensure they become nonslip.

Driveways can be blasted for exposing aggregate.

Being a mobile unit we're able to work anywhere in Victoria - some of the areas that we've completed projects for clients include:

  • Melbourne
  • Greensborough
  • Frankston
  • Dandenong
  • Surrey Hills
  • Thomastown
  • Geelong
  • Portsea
  • Shepparton
  • Horsham
  • Bendigo
  • Ballarat

Contact us today to discuss your on-site blasting requirements.