Sandblasting

Before we start our introduction regarding the Sandblasting, let’s briefly overview corrosion itself. Corrosion – that is metal’s self-damaging based on the environmental interaction. Iron’s oxygenic corrosion in the water is called iron’s hydroxide thereby (Fe(OH)3). The most effective way against the corrosion, is a Sandblasting. During the anticorrosion actions, Sandblasting plays one of the most important role, when we do a cleaning of rusted surfaces. Retrieved from a high pressure, the mix of the air and a sand, which flow is channelled to a cleanable surface or material. Sandblasting can be used on a many type of surfaces: ferrum and nonferrous irons, stone facades, basalt & red brick, lumber, glass, polymer and etc. Each of mentioned surfaces require special awareness and background, how to clean, what kind of abrasive to blast, the thickness of abrasive and etc. Besides the sand there exist other abrasives, of course: cooper abrasive, iron abrasive and others. All mentioned abrasive has got their own prescription, but in Georgia the most well-known is yellow quartz sand, which we use generally, can be assumed as one of the most universal and satisfactory. But our specialists got a huge practical experience with all referred abrasives on different jobs. Our firm “Antikori-80” Ltd. owns several set of Russian, Italian, Turkish and English machinery and equipment which are needed for implementing that designated service.