Cleaning the surface and obtaining the necessary roughness to ensure adhesion of the coating.
The sandblasting process is one of the most valid and effective methods for preparing surfaces, for any painting or anticorrosive treatment. It is typically carried out on steel, cast iron, metal alloys in general; for both mechanical and construction industrial use.
These surfaces must have characteristics such as to allow a solid anchoring base for protective treatments, for this reason it is necessary to carefully clean them from all that is extraneous to the nature of the material itself. Furthermore, each material and surface must be cleaned and or sandblasted with specific materials to obtain the required standards in accordance with the most common international standards: UNI EN ISO 12944, ISO 8503, ISO 8501 and / or SSPC / NACE.
CLEANING WITH MANUAL TOOLS
CLEANING WITH MECHANICAL TOOLS
ALMOST WHITE METAL BLASTING
WHITE METAL SANDBLASTING
Sa 2 ½
B St 2, C St 2, D St 2
B St 3, C St 3, D St 3
B Sa 1, C Sa 1, D Sa 1
B Sa 2, C Sa 2, D Sa 2
A Sa 2 ½, B Sa 2 ½, C Sa 2 ½, D Sa 2 ½
A Sa 3, B Sa 3, C Sa 3, D Sa 3
ORIZONTAL 2000 – 8TR shot blasting machine which covers the customer’s request, from sheet metal with a maximum width of 2000 mm to silos with a diameter of 2300 mm of any length; beyond these dimensions and due to excessive weight, the carpentry is sandblasted inside a manual system.