When you have a piece of equipment that’s rusting out or you need to prep a surface for painting/powder coating, you need to call in a professional ecoblaster. Dustless blasting, aka ecoblasting, needs to be used anytime you have a large surface area, small moving parts, tight spaces, or are dealing with potentially hazardous materials that need to “cleaned.”
A professional can not only save you time and money, but they know exactly what media to use for your project. Sometimes, when you DIY, you can ruin your project because you lack the skill to control the blasting process. This could cost you extra money and huge headaches in the long run. If you want a project done right and done quickly with little mess, you need a professional ecoblaster.
Ecoblasting is great for a wide variety of projects. Very rarely are you dealing with one type of surface and that’s when it’s good to have a professional on the job. It takes an experienced media blaster to know what sand grit and nozzle are needed to do a project without damaging the surface. Often, DIY projects take more time and patience than you really want, so calling in the pros can take the burden off of you.
Large projects that require a lot of elbow grease can be done with ecoblasting. Here are some examples:
🔺 Preparing surfaces for auto restoration
🔺 Preparing surfaces for painting
🔺 Cleaning grime on machine parts
🔺 Removing graffiti from most surfaces
🔺 Removing rust and oxidation from machinery or other objects
🔺 Removing marine growth on boats
🔺 Removing powder coating for resurfacing
🔺 Chrome removal on vehicles
🔺 Curb paint and line stripe erasing
🔺 Heavy equipment and fleet vehicle stripping
🔺 Pool tile cleaning
🔺 Masonry cleaning
🔺 Sanding fences and other wood surfaces
🔺 Furniture stripping
As you can see, there’s a lot you can do with ecoblasting. AMS has in-house blasting and we also partner with A&J Ecoblasting when you need someone to come to you.
A properly licensed and insured contractor will always be the safest choice. You don’t want to pay out-of-pocket if something does go wrong. You may find uninsured contractors charge much less, however, you’ll wind up paying a pro to repair a failed project. Get the pros with AMS to get the job done right.
Always confirm with your contractor whether their liability insurance covers your investment in the case of a catastrophic accident. Also, you should always go online and confirm that the license and insurance are current.
If you’re not sure something can be ecoblasted or how long the project would take, call AMS to get a quote. We’re happy to explain the process and how we can help! 817-284-9444