Sandblasting services in London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Steam-In offer all kinds of sandblasting services for both domestic and commercial clients, we offer a proffesional, reliable and friendly service at unbeatable prices.
Sandblasting is one of the most effective ways to remove graffiti, dirt, grime, paint or rust from a variety of surfaces. It can be used for cleaning and refurbishing anything from commercial, industrial and domestic buildings to cars and smaller individual items.
Our Sand Blasting services include:
Sandblasting can be used to remove old paint and rust off all sorts of metal objects from radiators, gates, railings to classic car and bike components.
All of our cleaning products are environmentally friendly.
We are well known within the industry for providing our customers with a high standard of service and a standard of workmanship that is second to none, which is why our customers make us their first choice for their cabinet blasting requirements.
Sandblasting can be used to remove old paint and rust off all sorts of metal objects from radiators, gates, railings to classic cars and bike components.
Cabinet Blasting essentially involves firing of minute particles under total control. This helps erode or etch away surface contamination that exists in the form of solids. Our expertise lies in the use of proper abrasives in terms of size, shape and metallic nature of a particular item. Cabinet Blasting could be carried out in large dedicated rooms or even in specially built cabinets.
Both manually operated and automated blasters are used for the pre-treatment of metallic items
Cabinet Blasting is used in an enclosed specialised cabinet, using media such as glass bead and steel. It is used in specialist areas, often where attention to detail is required.
This is a closed loop arrangement wherein an abrasive could be recycled after being used. Blast cabinet is an assembly of four separate functions, viz., a cabinet, blasting system, abrasive particle recycling process and, waste particle collection. The cabinet uses both dry and wet processes of blasting; the dry process based on suction and the wet system based on injecting liquid abrasives. Wet process of blasting is used when there is possibility of damage to a metallic surface from the heat generated from friction under a dry procedure.
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020 8660 9907or
07436 260 725