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Important Terms to Know About Sandblasting Equipment and Supplies
Sandblasting equipment and supplies, utilized in the construction and manufacturing industry, blow steel grit, sand or other abrasive material against an object to roughen the surface. This method is also used to clean dirt, rust or other debris from a surface with abrasives, which are essentially gritty substances added to soap. Sandblasting guns are just one type of sandblasting equipment. There are many supplies and equipment used to perform this technique, available at home improvement stores or specialty stores. Here are some important terms to know about sandblasting equipment and supplies:

Abrasive Blasting: The act of propelling abrasive material at a surface at high pressures to smooth out a surface that is rough. This can both remove contaminants and shape a particular surface.

Soda Blasting: A method of applying sodium bicarbonate against a surface using compressed air, utilized in many applications such as paint stripping, auto restoration, and rust and graffiti removal.

Wet Abrasive Blasting: Same as abrasive blasting, only with hot water and soap to provide degreasing, dust elimination and hazardous waste removal among other things.

Blast Pot: Pressurized containers resembling tanks that are filled with abrasive materials to provide abrasive blasting procedures on a surface.

Micro Abrasive Blasting: A dry abrasive blasting process utilizing small nozzles to spray a stream of abrasive to a small area within a much larger space.

Hydro Blasting: Also known as water blasting, this involves a high-pressure water stream aimed at a surface to remove old paint, chemicals or dirt and grime buildup on both internal and external surfaces.

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We are the leading suppliers of Sandblasting Supplies in Glendale and surrounding areas. Our company specializes in Sandblasting Equipment of all types. Our products include protective equipment, sand blast hoses, fittings, couplings, and spare parts. We take orders of all sizes!
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A number of professionals work with sandblasting equipment and supplies these days. In this line of work, it is common to deal with heavy-duty machine parts, nozzle replacement pieces, air hoses, and protective gear. Workers in this business typically sell sandblasting equipment to retailers and distributors, such as home improvement stores. This way, the distributors can then sell their merchandise to consumers. It is common for professionals in this line of work to know a great deal about clean metal surfaces, abrasive wall materials, and cabinet finishing tools. While there is no call for a college degree when you work with sandblasting supplies, there is some expertise and training required for this field. First of all, you need to know plenty about mobile sandblast tools, portable restoration guns, machine parts, high pressure air hoses, and abrasive wet glass materials. The sandblasting equipment you sell to dealers and retail stores is used to refinish kitchen cabinets, apply protective coatings to clean metal, and remove paint from walls. While these supplies are sometimes used outdoors, they are commonly used in commercial and residential buildings as well. It is important for you to understand their value, and what they are used for. If you choose to work with sandblasting equipment and supplies, you can expect to deal with a number of distributors and retailers that offer these products. You might even have to work with hose equipment, portable machines, and part manufacturers at times in this business. After all, there is a lot involved.