Working within project constraints often presents numerous difficulties. When dust and debris in the atmosphere is prohibited, what’s the ideal solution?
Wet blasting presents the ability to achieve the same surface preparation as dry blasting without the same impact to the immediate atmosphere and surroundings.
Having worked on large scale projects, ranging from full industrial factories, aircraft hangers and commercial buildings, VariBlast is able to quickly understand and adapt our wet blasting service to your needs.
VariBlast’s Wet Blasting Farrow System allows you to create a specific mixture of water, air and blast media to generate the ideal cleaning solution.
For tasks where minimal damage to the underlying material is essential, wet blasting provides the ultimate level of control and abrasion.
Where environmental impact is a major constraints of your project, this system manages the residue created by the process in-line with your parameters.
Part of our service consists of creating a viable plan for the removal from your site of all the residue created by the process to comply with the waste management policy and agreements stipulated by your contract.
As with all our services, VariBlast will supply all the peripheral equipment required to effectively deliver Wet Blasting to meet the requirements of your project.
If necessary you can book a demonstration blasting session to experience the versatility of our wet blasting systems.
To book your Wet Blasting feasibility test, call VariBlast now on 01508 493320 or email email@example.com
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