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Sandblasting Baton Rouge
Welcome to Sandblasting Baton Rouge. We are a mobile dustless blasting company that specializes in removing any type of unwanted coating from nearly any surface.
We are completely mobile and will come to your location making our services very convenient.
You may have searched for “sandblasting near me” or “sandblasting in Baton Rouge“. If so, you have come to the right place for any and all of your abrasive blasting needs.
People often find because of work of mouth from past clients who have used us before. We also have many repeat customers and it’s because we are very professional and do outstanding work all while staying on budget.
We make sure to always to the job correctly and make to leave and blasted item looking brand new without any dust! We make sure we leave the job site just as it looked before we got there as well.
Services For Baton Rouge Sandblasting
We use many different types of media and abrasives depending on the type of job needed. See below for some our the sandblasting services we offer.
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Characteristics of Sandblasting Baton Rouge La
There are things within a sandblasting company that you want to make sure are there before you hire a company for your blasting project.
Below are characteristics of an abrasive blasting company that you should look for when searching for a sandblasting company.
We also provide Sandblasting Services in the Surrounding Areas
- Gardere, La
- Denham Springs, La
- Gonzales, La
- Oak Hills Place, La
- Innisworld, La
- St Gabriel, La
- Addis, La
- Walker, La
- Moticello, La
- Many other surrounding areas
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Sandblasting Baton Rouge FAQs
What is Sandblasting?
Sandbasting refers to the process of high pressure propulsion of abrasives against a surface. It is also known as abrasive blasting and the terms are used interchangeably. There are a few reasons why someone would need to sandblast a surface:
- Remove unwanted coatings off of a surface
- Smooth a rough surface
- Roughen a smooth surface
- Shape a surface
How much is sandblasting?
We charge by the hour. The rate depends on the needs of the project. Things to consider are:
- Abrasive material
- Sandblasting technique (dustless, shot blasting, soda blasting, etc.)
- Location (we are local, but can travel to your location. Longer distances may incur extra fees)
- Type of location (residential blasting or industrial )
- Amount of abrasion material needed (job scale)
- And some other factors . .
Which abrasive material is best?
There is no “one abrasive fits all” solution. Different types of blasting materials, referred to as media blasting, are needed dependent on the project and the surface for the right finish.
Sand as an abrasive is not recommended for most materials because it is very expensive, so we have turned to much more efficient solutions.
The following are the different types of materials we use:
Plastics are best used for mold cleaning, blasting other plastic parts, or when you don’t want to remove the substrate material.
Uses: Plastics are commonly used on cars, boats, planes, electronics, and other industrial applications.
Glass is a great blasting media to use for surfaces that need a softer brighter finish. It produces a bright, satin matte type finish. Crushed glass is typically used for stripping applications.
Uses: Stainless steel projects
This is the strongest material available and is great for tough surfaces that need cleared. It’s a very aggressive and hard abrasive used for fast cutting applications and deep etching.
Uses: Cutting stone, glass and other heavy duty blast cutting. Also used for polishing and on bonded abrasive tools.
Aluminum oxide is extremely hard and tough. It’s a sharp, angular and long lasting media
Uses: Glass, granite, marble, steel, etc. used for fast etching and profiling.
STEEL SHOT AND GRIT:
Steel is cost-effective to other abrasives because of how hard and tough and recyclable it is.
Uses: for texturing a surface as prep for a final coating, or can be used to harden (or peen) something.
WALNUT SHELLS & Corn Cobs:
Walnut shells are hard crushed walnut shells used for blast cleaning and polishing softer surfaces that could be damaged if harsher abrasives were used.
Corn cobs are a grain abrasive that are made from crushing a corn cob into various grit sizes. It is soft with very low abrasions and ideal for cleaning, burnishing, de-flashing, and deburring.
Uses: used on soft metals, fiberglass, wood, plastic and stone. It can also be used as a polisher for jewelry, engine parts, fiberglass, cutlery, or removing debris or graffiti. Environmentally safe.
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