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Wet Abrasive Blasting For Yachts and Boats

Fibreglass, aluminium, metal and timber yachts and boats are prone to excessive build-up of marine growths, grime and dirt, bilge-oil film and other contaminants. However, wet abrasive blasting is extremely effective at removing all such accumulation.
These can include: rustpaintbitumenmill scaleold coatingschloridessoluble saltssurface contaminants 

At Australian Enviroblast, we use the Quill Falcon Kwikblast® System, which has successfully been employed on steel warships, submarines and destroyers, fibreglass mine sweepers, wooden fishing boats, aluminium research vessels, oil containers, LNG vessels and cargo ships. It can be used for:
fabric maintenancerepainting programmescleaning debris from ballast tankscleaning debris from surfaces prior to weldingremoving coatings prior to NDT preparationcleaning debris from cable traysremoving sea growth from steel structurescleaning debris from deckingCopywriting by +MarkAngus

Marine Abrasive Blasting

Australian Enviroblast is a specialist in abrasive blasting for all types of marine vessels, structures and equipment. 
Abrasive blasting has proven itself to be the most effective and cost-efficient means of removing contaminants and marine build up from ships, boats and yachts of all types, as well as all kinds of marine-based structures, machinery and equipment.

Using the Quill Falcon Kwikblast® System, abrasive blasting is able to successfully remove all of the following from boat hulls and decking, and marine machinery and structures:
oilgreasecorrosionsoluble salts (chloride and sulphates)chemicalsold coatingsalgaebarnaclesgrime and dirt

Abrasive Blasting for Marine Vessels Marine vessels are naturally subject to a build up of algae and barnacles, grime and dirt, bilge-oil film and blisters after an extended time in the water. These and other unwanted additions to the hull can eventually cause so much drag that they affect a boat’s performance.
Removing these types of growth and…

Ten places where you can use abrasive blasting around the home

Although abrasive blasting is used extensively in industrial settings, it is equally effective and valuable in a variety of domestic applications. 
At +Australian Enviroblast we use the Quill Falcon Precision Dustless Kwikblast® System, which means we have a highly mobile service that can come to you and is suitable to be used on any type of abrasive blasting job, no matter how large or small. There is no dust, no environmental damage, water is re-used and there is very little waste produced.

In addition, we also have blasting booth and spray booths at our facility in Seaford, and so can also take items such as furniture, vehicles, and trailers away and work on them at our own facility.

So if you've never thought that abrasive blasting was something that you could use around the home, visit our website and we can show you how we can help. In the meantime, here are our top ten domestic abrasive blasting applications:
verandahs and carportssteel or iron gatesgarden shedsstatues or sculp…

Abrasive blasting around the home

Abrasive blasting can be used in a wide variety of applications, and is as well-suited to tackling domestic and small-scale jobs as it is commercial projects because it’s ideal for use in tight, out of the way places as well as on large surfaces.

Around the home, abrasive blasting can be used for an enormous variety of cleaning, restoration and refurbishment work, and is entirely safe to employ in a domestic setting. It can also be used to create a non-slip surface on concrete, or to create textured finishes.

Abrasive blasting on steel For instance, if you have steel work around the home that is rusted or corroded, abrasive blasting can be used to remove these so that you have a revitalised surface that can then be coated so as to protect it and prolong its life. This is ideal for verandahs and carports, gates, lattice work, trellises, fences, sheds, pipes, staircases and beams.

Abrasive blasting on brick The brick work of your home can be become stained by traffic and exhaust emissi…