Large Scale Paint Removal Job Using Dry Ice Blasting
A coating and refinishing company out of New Jersey recently contacted Red-D-Arc for support on a gymnasium ceiling project. The paint on the ceiling was failing and required a re-coat. The client wanted an efficient and environmentally friendly solution requiring minimal cleanup. Dry ice blasting was the method of choice.
Dry ice blasting uses solid carbon dioxide pellets to remove debris without causing damage to the surface being cleaned. The pellets are accelerated to supersonic speeds through a pressurized air stream. The pellets then sublimate on impact.
Update: We now offer the ClearBlast 150 Wet Media Blaster for Rent, Sale or Lease.
Red-D-Arc now carries the Farrow 150 – available for sale, lease and rent. The Farrow 150 is the most advanced, versatile, and user-friendly wet abrasive blasting system on the market today.
Wet blasting substantially reduces media consumption and dust while still providing any profile and surface cleanliness required. The Farrow 150 uses 50-75% less abrasive than conventional dry blasting. Air particulates are reduced by over 90%. Less contamination results in lowering clean-up and disposal cost.
Its compact size and weight make the Farrow 150 easy to transport to and from any work site. Blast pressure can be adjusted from 30 psi to 120 psi allowing for maximum range of control. Additional features include pneumatic controls, self-venting and pressuring pot as well as a 25 gallon internal water tank. The main components are now safely protected behind a fully enclosed powder coated frame, protecting the internal surfaces from corrosion for a more reliable, cleaner blast.
Visit our Wet Media Blaster Rentals page for more information on dustless blasting systems