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Sandblasting is our main theme. This website is dedicated entirely to provide you the latest information about this industrial process. We will provide you, in future articles, information and reviews about the different techniques you can use when you apply sandblast.

But what is the sandblasting technique ?

Sandblasting is a generic term for the process of smoothing, shaping and cleaning a hard surface by forcing solid particles across that surface at high speeds. You can find effects of the sandblast in the mother nature. It can happens naturally, normally as a result of the particle blown by the wind causing eolian erosion.In nature, sandblasting of exposed rock surfaces in arid environments can create a dark coating called desert varnish.

But, probably you are more interested in the artificial sandblast. This industrial process use compressed air. Although you can consider this process as a modern technique, in fact, sandblasting process was patented by Benjamin Chew Tilghman on October 18, 1870.

Historically, the material used for artificial sandblasting was sand that had been sieved to a uniform size. The silica dust produced in the sandblasting process caused sillicosis after sustained inhalation of dust. Sandblasting may now only be performed in a controlled environment using ventilation, protective clothing and breathing air supply.

There are other materials, especially used for sandblast. These materials have been developed to be used instead of sand; for example, glass beads, metal pellets, and even ground coconut shells have been used for specific applications and produce distinct surface finishes.

Please explore the links you can find in our website to learn more about this technique and about sandblasting suppliers.


  1. Dear Sirs.

    I have interested to install in our Factory (Morelia City) a sand blast room facilities. Currently we are using a sand blast pot 6 cu. ft. equipment with a very rustic sand blast room. Nevertheless we want to improve it in order to have a formal installation for this purpose.

    Among other we want to have.

    *Blast Room Enclosure

    *Recovery Floor System

    *Abrasive Cleaning System

    *Pressure Blast Machine (Blast Machine capacity 6cu. ft)

    Dust Collection Equipment

    *Electrical Control Panel

    Attached I am sending you some photos of our current facilities, just to have an idea.

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