We offer standard, high-quality abrasive materials designed for the blasting of various surface types based on the given use. Steel granulate and grit, blasting substances, natural garnet, white and brown corundum.
Steel granulate represents the most commonly used abrasive material. Due to its characteristics, blasting is very effective and efficient. This abrasive boasts a long lifespan.
Steel grit represents the most commonly used abrasive material. Due to its characteristics, blasting is very effective and efficient. This abrasive belongs among abrasives with a long lifespan.
Glass micro balls are mostly used for final finishing works. They can be used for blasting nonferrous metals or for merging surfaces of stainless materials, for example, after welding.
Garnet is a natural abrasive of a high hardness, suitable for blasting. It is also used for water jet cutting.
Artificial brown corundum (Al2O3) is the hardest material used for blasting. Using this material, a surface purity of Sa 2.5 or 3 can be achieved very quickly.
Artificial corundum (Al2O3) is the hardest material used for blasting. Using this material, a surface purity of Sa 2.5 or 3 can be achieved very quickly.
Stainless steel granulate and grit represent abrasive materials that are used often. Their advantages include a long lifespan and small dustiness.
Melted ceramic micro balls have a greater density than glass abrasives, due to which they are significantly more effective for blasting.
We offer consultation services related to configurations of blasting devices. Our technicians will help you to save electricity expenses and expenses related to device maintenance. A greater lifespan of the used steel blasting material reduces the quantity that is needed for your projects. Once again we will save you expenses (related to manpower as well as electricity) by recommending the best blasting material with a better ability to transfer energy, thus reducing the necessary blasting time.
There is a suitable abrasive for every metal as well as nonmetal material from the mechanical engineering production area. Such material is used for surface treatment by blasting (sandblasting). Our offer focuses on the most commonly used types, which are completely sufficient for all your needs. Each abrasive is supplied with appropriate details, including a list of suitable applications or materials, which are suitable for the given abrasive type. They differ by their chemical composition, shape, density, coarseness, size or hardness.
You have to always choose your sandblasting (or blasting) abrasive based on the required result. The following are the main factors that need to be considered when choosing your abrasive - type of the device (sandblaster) that you use, purpose of the blasting, blasting material type and required characteristics of the surface (coarseness).