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Wet blasting (Aquablast / Vapor Blast)

A rather unknown and rare procedure in Germany, a highlight in the USA. With wet blasting, the abrasive is mixed with water under pressure and blasted onto the workpiece. The abrasive does not hit the surface but has a sliding / supporting effect.

Advantages over dry blasting:

  • No damage to the starting material

  • Rubber and seals remain unaffected

  • creates a finer finish than dry blasting and is ideal for cleaning more sensitive components

  • Compaction and closed surface are therefore resistant to scratches, corrosion and the accumulation of dirt

Injector jets
A negative pressure is generated in the blasting gun, which sucks the blasting material from a separate supply line and directs it into the compressed air. The blasting agent comes out of the blasting nozzle evenly and with low pressure.
⦁ Low pressure
⦁ Small, thin surfaces

Pressure blasting
Compressed air is applied to the blasting agent in a closed container and from there it is pushed through the blasting nozzle.
⦁ Maximum pressure
⦁ Large massive areas

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