Abrasive Blasting for Ships and Boats in Adelaide

What’s the Difference Between Abrasive Blasting and UHP Cleaning?

Both of these processes tend to be known by a variety of names. For instance, the terms sandblasting, slurry blasting, grit blasting or simply abrasive blasting are very often used for the process that is more correctly known as wet abrasive blasting. Likewise, high pressure water cleaning is also referred to as waterblasting, hydrojetting, hydroblasting, high pressure cleaning or UHP hydroblasting (ultra high pressure hydroblasting).

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Portable Dustless Blasting Adelaide

The Benefits of Dustless Blasting

Dustless blasting has shown itself to be more cost-effective, versatile and environmentally-friendly than conventional dry blasting methods, whilst also achieving better results in a huge range of different applications. Read more

Cleaning Soot and Smoke Damage with Soda Blasting

Using Soda Blasting to Clean Up Black Smoke Damage

At Australian Enviroblast, we use the Quill Falcon Cyclone Dustless Blasting System, highly effective and versatile wet blasting equipment that is suitable for a wide range of applications. In particular, Quill Falcon blasting machines are ideal for soda blasting to remediate black smoke damage to all types of structures. Read more

Using Abrasive Blasting to Prepare for a Marine Coating

Australian Enviroblast specialises in protective coatings for all types of marine vessels and structures. Our long experience and the wide variety of marine abrasive blasting and coating work that we have undertaken across Australia means that we understand the importance of getting a marine coating right, and that the key to providing long-lasting protection is effective surface preparation along with the proper application of the right type of coating. Read more

Asbestos Removal Adelaide

Why Dustless Blasting is Ideal for Asbestos Removal

Quill Falcon Cyclone dustless blasting machines are ideal for the removal of asbestos containing materials (ACM) from all types of surfaces, including brick and stone, pipework, metal and wooden beams, concrete, and most types of roofing materials. Read more