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Blasting with some grainy substances in order to obtain clean to metal surfaces.

Even the best coat of painting fails to provide sufficient protection against corrosion once rusting has started to eat away the material internally. Sand blasting has proved to be the proper method of cleaning rusty surfaces and of surface treatment prior to painting. Applying said method, a clean to metal surface is obtained providing a perfect ground for priming and further treatment.

Materials applied by us for surface treatment  


Our firm undertakes the cleaning of metal castings, aluminium and iron structures, machine parts, tanks, as well as bodies and other parts of oldtimer cars, cross-country vehicles and trucks , using grainy materials, the type and size of which is tailored to the actual object to be treated.



Obtaining clean to metal surfaces  


By blasting the surface with metal grain, metal shot, glass pearl or sand, rust, scale and paint residues can be optimally removed from all sorts of surfaces. By applying the method preferred by us, a clean to metal surface is obtained providing a perfect ground for priming and further treatment.



Priming and painting of cleaned surfaces  


We also undertake the application of paints onto machine parts and work pieces using spraying guns, as well as their treatment with powder colors, according to requirements. Subject to the principal's discretion, we are also ready to do the job on the spot. When performing the work in our premises, we also offer to take care of the transport of work pieces, if requested.



 


Blasting with some grainy substances

Do you have any problems with rust and cinder, as well as with paint residues?
By blasting the surface with metal grain, metal shot, glass pearl or sand, all these contaminations be optimally removed from all sorts of surfaces.

 
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