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Tag: Blasting

Sponge-Jet saves millions of dollars annually in a variety of applications. The unique ability to precisely control dust and ricochet allows users to meet surface preparation requirements without the disruptive and costly side effects of ordinary surface preparation methods. - Benefit by:- - Blasting near sensitive equipment and surfaces - Blasting during plant operations - Scheduling other tasks during surface preparation - Extending maintenance cycles Lowering total cost Improving reliability of all plant systems Working concurrently with other blasters and trades - Explore industries and applications below to learn more about how Sponge-Jet technology can Protect What’s Important™ to you and your industry. Rethink how you accomplish surface preparation and tackle maintenance activities by considering the unique capabilities of this technology and how they might save you time, money and waste! - Contact Julio Esteban Based in Valladolid 47195 Spain For Enquiries in Spain & Portugal Tecnologias J.E. are Agents for Vigil Anti Slip - First aid is too late! You must act to prevent accidents before they happen. - Contact us for more information
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Mobile soda blasting service for the removal of antifouling, gel coat, and other paint finishes safely and effectivly with no damage to the environment
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Dry Ice Blasting - The new safer, non toxic, eco friendly cleaning system. - the 21st Century's alternative to sand blasting or steam cleaning ! - -78C uses DRY ICE at -78c ! Dry ice will remove any cleaning problem more effectively and without fuss but more importantly leaves NOTHING behind !! Dry ice is innocuous - it just evaporates away into the atmosphere upon contact leaving no residues behind whatsoever - all you have to do is to remove the debris with a brush or vacuum !! Engine rooms prior to painting & electrical parts, electrical panels are easily cleaned. -
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