Abrasive Blasting

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A.M. Metal Finishing:

  • Various Mediums
  • Large Booth
  • Loading Docks

Call A.M. Metal Finishing at 407-843-0182 for all your finishing needs.

Abrasive Blasting in Orlando

Abrasive blasting is often called sandblasting. It is the operation in which an abrasive material is forcibly propelled against a surface under high pressure. This process is used to smooth a surface, remove contaminants or in some cases, shape a surface. It can even create a piece of art! Various media are used depending upon the project. Some media is highly abrasive, while others are milder.

 

Types of Abrasive Blasting

Additionally, there are many types of abrasive blasting: sandblasting, wet abrasive blasting, bead blasting, wheel blasting, hydro-blasting, micro-abrasive blasting, and others. These metal finishing processes are controlled by the equipment used, nozzle sizes, media used and the operation of the entire procedure. 

For more information concerning Abrasive Blasting in Orlando, contact A.M. Metal Finishing, Inc.

Why Select A.M. Metal Finishing for Your Abrasive Blasting?

At A.M. Metal Finishing, Inc. we utilize sands, glass, cobs and other media. Our 20-foot booth can accommodate large projects. When paired with our convenient loading docks, this makes for a great business to have all of your abrasive blasting needs met. If you need more information about Orlando sandblasting services, contact us or fill in our online quote form.

Fun Fact

The first abrasive blasting process was patented by Benjamin Chew Tilghman on October 18, 1870.

Abrasive Blasting at A.M. Metal Finishing

  • Various mediums, sands, glass, cob, etc.
  • Twenty-Foot (20′) Booth
  • Loading docks to accommodate large orders

Did You Know?

Many consumers are willing to pay extra for jeans that have the appearance of being used. To give the fabrics the right worn look, some companies use sandblasting to achieve this look. However, it can cause Silicosis. Many textile companies no longer use this technique in their production.

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