Soda Blasting: Soda blasting is the latest technology to safely remove the paint and clean most surfaces. The soda blaster uses compressed tools to send the adhering sodium bicarbonate media, i.e. baking soda powder, to the surface to be cleaned. Sand blasting may look the same in the beginning, but in reality, it is not the same. While sand is a solid and heavy material that can be harmful to any surface, such as pitting glass, rubber and plastic cleaning, or cutting metal surfaces, soda does not. Carefully prepared sodium bicarbonate abrasive contains sodium bicarbonate, which can be used in both normal and larger crystals. When it hits the surface, the technique is referred to as soda-blowing, where the crystal explodes and the explosion is the pressure that is the lens of grease, dirt, dust, paint, mildew, graffiti, and anything else you want to remove, away.
Whether removing graffiti on concrete floors or cleaning the bottom, renovating steel kitchen appliances or restoring a fire, cleaning the bathroom Soda blasting technique can do everything in a very short time.
Sand blasting is one of the most common methods of cleaning metal surfaces. Although the process has been used in a number of cleaning tasks, it is better to remove dust from metal surfaces. As many people know, rust is the blistering of multiple metal surfaces or patterns and deteriorates as rust is one of the main causes of deterioration in properties. Sand blasting treats rust and can actually eliminate damage and keep your equipment and metal structures in good working order forever. It is therefore important to carefully remove rust from the metal surface if you want your equipment and designs to last longer and achieve optimum working conditions.
Environmentally Friendly - This type of blasting is environmentally friendly. This is generally used when grinding soda with soda.
Antitrust Agents - Antirust agents are effectively inhibited because the powdery film remaining after soda grinding prevents immediate rusting and eliminates the need for immediate coating.
Non-Abrasive - Baking soda is pretty soft. When grinding with soda, the soda crystals explode after coming in contact with the substrate. This reaction helps to effectively remove surface contamination without damaging the substrate.
Non-Toxic - It is also non-toxic by nature; Sodium bicarbonate is a major component of the human body. It is approved by many major authorities for its safe use.
Does not Generate Heat - The supernatant of soda does not generate heat, which means that the object to be treated is not deformed or deformed.
Alkaline Properties - Soda is known to be slightly alkaline and may damage surrounding plants and vegetation if not properly flushed after treatment.
Surface Profile - When fabricating a metal object, the surface sometimes needs to be shaped to adhere to the finished coating. Baking soda does not produce a surface profile due to its non-abrasive hardness.
Limited Shelf Life - The soda blasting abrasive should be used with extreme caution as it can easily absorb lumps and moisture. In this case, it does not flow into the spray tank and cannot be used.
Surface Profiling - When making metal objects, the surface sometimes needs to be shaped so that the finished coating adheres to the surface. Sandblasting is often used for this purpose.
Abrasion - Allows quick removal of surface contamination.
Abrasive - Sand blasting removes contaminants from the surface by actually carrying the surface. The substrate can easily be damaged unless proper care is taken.
Contains Silica - Sand contains silica, which also poses a serious health risk, which can lead to fatal lung disease. Therefore, special safety precautions should be taken during treatment.
Generates Heat - Generates heat after abrasive sand particles are thrown against a substrate. This also requires the need for stricter security measures.
Activates the Metal - The heat generated during the treatment also activates the iron and its components, which cause immediate oxidation.
These days the most popular techniques being used in the several industries due to their speed and efficiency in cleaning, smoothing, or removing surface finishes are Soda and Sand Blasting, that consists of blasting a surface to remove any sort of dirt, paint or other surface contaminants using media.