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Professional Sand Blasting Services

Why Choose A Licensed Sand Blasting Contractor?

  • Sand Blasting Is a Unique and Versatile Tool in the surface restoration industry. While it may look simple our team has been highly trained with thousands of hours of experience. Incorrect abrasives, psi, and lack of attention to detail/cleanup can leave customers left with a huge headache and a huge mess. Hiring a licensed Contractor is a must and only protects the homeowners from poor workmanship, and defective work.

  • "In the state of California, engaging in the business of, or acting in the capacity of a contractor without a CSLB-issued license for jobs that total $500 or more is a criminal misdemeanor."

CSLB C-61/D-38 Sand & Water Blasting #1106384

Concrete & Pavers

Steel 

WHITE METAL BLAST CLEANING

(SSPC-PC 5 or NACE 1) White metal blast cleaning is used when a totally cleaned surface is required. This method of cleaning is defined as a blast cleaned surface with a gray-white uniform metallic color. It shall be free of all oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust, corrosion products, oxides, paint, stains, streaks or any other contaminant across 100% of every square inch.

COMMERCIAL BLAST CLEANING

(SSPC-SP 6 or NACE 3) Commercial blast cleaned surface is defined as one in which all oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust and old paint have been completely removed from the blast cleaned surface, except that slight streaks, or discolorations caused by rust stain, mill scale oxides, or slight tightly adherent residues of paint or coating may remain. If the surface is pitted, slight residues of rust or paint may remain in the bottom of the pits. The slight discolorations mentioned above are limited to one-third of every square inch.

BRUSH-OFF BLAST CLEANING

(SSPC-SP 7 or NACE 4) Brush-off blast is defined as one in which all oil, grease, dirt, rust scale, loose mill scale, loose rust and loose paint or coatings are completely removed. Tight mill scale and tightly adherent rust and paint or coatings may remain as long as the entire surface has been exposed to abrasive blasting.

NEAR-WHITE BLAST CLEANING

(SSPC-SP 10 or NACE 2) Near-white blast cleaning is defined as one from which all oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust, corrosion. products, oxides, paint or any other contaminant have been completely removed from the surface. Very light shadows, very slight streaks or discolorations caused by rust stain, mill scale oxides or slight tight residues of paint or coating are permitted to remain. Only 5% of every square inch may contain the slight discolorations mentioned above.

Tile & Water Features

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Automotive

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Galvanized

Offroad

Watch The Process Below

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