If you’re still using dry blast equipment and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), now is the time to re-think your surface prep and finishing processes and choose wet blasting over dry blasting.
1-Enhance worker safety.
No need for PPE. Eliminate airborne dust and the health risks associated with dust inhalation.
2-Eliminate dust collectors and the risk of dust ignition.
Fine airborne particulate, like aluminum dust, is extremely flammable and has caused catastrophic explosions.(1)
3-Eliminate massive, expensive exhaust systems and ducts.
Unlike dry blasting, closed loop wet slurry systems can recycle media, separate oil, and filter waste for clean, sustainable disposal. A well-designed wet blast system should include built-in HEPA demisters, within the base footprint.
4-Save space and create a more efficient workflow
on your factory floor.
With no dust, no chemical exposure and low noise, our systems can be placed near sensitive equipment and environments.
5-Eliminate embedded media and contaminants.
Reduce process steps and preserve the integrity of your product or part.
6-Reduce media consumption.
When you switch from dry blasting to the Wet Tech Process, you can see an immediate savings in media consumption and expense by 50% or more.