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Sand Blasting

Sand blasting is a general term used to describe the act of propelling very fine bits of material at high-velocity to clean or etch a surface. Any small, relatively uniform particles will work, such as steel grit, copper slag, walnut shells, powdered abrasives, and even bits of coconut shell. Due to the dangers of inhaling dust during the process, sand blasting is carefully controlled, using an alternate air supply, protective wear, and proper ventilation.

A sand blasting setup usually consists of three different parts: the abrasive itself, an air compressor, and a blaster gun. For etching and small object cleaning, a workstation to hold the piece of glass is also needed, as is some sort of collector to gather up excess dust. Sand blasting is primarily used for two somewhat different applications. The first of these is to clean a surface of anything that may be clinging to it. The second is to either etch or carve designs or words into glass or a similar material.

Sand blasting as a cleaning method has been widely used for over a hundred years, often as a method of priming a surface for the application of paint or a sealant. When painting, one doesn't want to trap dust, dirt, or bubbles in a previous layer of paint, or other imperfections under the new layer By launching small bits of abrasive at the surface at a high speed, all imperfections are knocked

loose and can then be easily washed off, creating an incredibly smooth surface upon which to lay the new layer of paint. Sand blasting may also be used for such projects as cleaning the hulls of ships or large structures such as the Golden Gate Bridge.


Shot Blasting

Shot blasting consists of attacking the surface of a material with one of many types of shots. Normally this is done to remove something on the surface such as scale, but it is also done sometimes to impart a particular surface to the object being shot blasted, such as the rolls used to make a 2D finish. The shot can be sand, small steel balls of various diameters, granules of silicon carbide, etc. The device that throws the shot is either a large air gun or spinning paddles which hurl the shot off their blades.

Services at Customer's Premises

Jai Ganesh Painting Contractors has represented the new and unique way to provide the services of sand blasting and shot blasting at its customer's requirements. These way of serving customers help to save the transportation cost and delivery time. It also helps to provide the services as per customer requirements.



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