Dustless Sandblasting in Nashville & Southeast U.S.
Dustless sandblasting or vapor abrasive blasting technology is quite different from dry-blasting and even traditional water blasting. Dustless sandblasting uses vapor abrasive blasting technology that adds water and a blasting media simultaneously in a pressure pot. The result is a fine water mist combined with a blast force as powerful as dry blasting. This process uses less water than traditional wet blasting and it also significantly reduces dust.
At CIP, it is our goal to deliver the right service with the right technique for our customers who require industrial blasting services. So in addition to our sandblasting services and Nashville commercial painting service, CIP also offers dustless sandblasting or vapor abrasive blasting (also known as wet abrasive blasting). This is a quick and powerful alternative to dry blasting.
Why Choose CIP for Dustless Sandblasting
CIP is considered to be one of the top industrial sandblasting companies in the country. , and we are strategically located to serve Nashville and the Southeastern part of the U.S. CIP is able to handle any size industrial vapor abrasive blasting project, and we are fully equipped to do any job on location. We also can blast components in our 15,000 square foot shop.
Vapor Abrasive Blasting Capabilities
Vapor abrasive blasting cleans or prepares hard surfaces, such as tanks and concrete, but it works on virtually any surface. The process can remove mill scale, corrosion, existing coatings and lead based paints.
Industrial Vapor Abrasive Benefits
The vapor abrasive method is safer for operators to use, but it has many other benefits too.
Just a few are listed here:
- Eliminates up to 92% of airborne dust
- Can use a wide range of blast pressures
- Will not damage surfaces
- Works with all types of blasting media
- Effective in virtually any environment, including rain and high humidity
Additionally, the customer benefits from this procedure by saving money. The process consumes less media and less water so the cost of materials is lower. And because it produces less dust, there is a lower cost of containment and a lower cost of clean-up and disposal.
Get in Touch
If you would like to see if your project is a good candidate for the vapor abrasive blasting method, please contact CIP at (615) 790-8822. We are a locally owned and operated business located in a few miles south of Nashville, TN, but we serve industrial clients across the United States.