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18 SURFACE PREP 2018 COATINGSPROMAG.COM coating failure." Besides garnet, steel abrasives are another popular blast media choice based on steel 's high mass. is mass allows more energy to be transferred for cleaning as well as a longer lifespan. To that end, W Abrasives has created a new steel- grit product called Profilium for air blasting. e product, developed to ensure a more consistent surface profile, is heat treated through air quenching and has very low conductivity levels to minimize surface contamination, according to Iann Bouchard, sales manager for W Abrasives. ree different nominal sizes are available to achieve typical surface profiles of between 2 and 6 mils (50.8‒152.4 microns). For those wanting peak environmental performance, Sponge-Jet has engineered a line of composite abrasives incorporating micro-abrasive particles from synthetic sponge. e range of recyclable, dry, low-dust composites provides strong results for aggressive profiling and cleaning on sensitive substrates, and the synthetic sponge captures up to 95 percent of contaminants. W hen dealing with mid-to-large diameter pipe networks, the company recommends blasting its abrasives with the Sponge-Jet Robotica device, which mechanically moves Succeed at Surface Prep VENDOR TEAM Abrasives Inc. Material manufacturer 4090 Hwy. 49 Glen Ullin, ND 58631 (800) 584-7524 www.abrasivesinc.com Aggreko North America Equipment manufacturer 4540 Kendrick Plaza Dr. #100 Houston, TX 77032 (432) 530-0041 www.aggreko.com American Concrete Institute (ACI) Education 38800 Country Club Dr. Farmington Hills, MI 48331 (248) 848-3700 www.concrete.org ARS Recycling Systems Equipment manufacturer 4000 McCartney Rd. Lowellville, OH 44436 (330) 536-8210 www.arsrecycling.com ASTM International Education 100 Barr Harbor Dr. West Conshohocken, PA 19428 (877) 909-2786 www.astm.org Aurand Equipment manufacturer 1210 Ellis St. Cincinnati, OH 45223 (800) 860-2872 www.aurand.net Axxiom Manufacturing Equipment manufacturer 11927 Hwy. 6 Fresno, TX 77545 (800) 231-2085 www.axxiommfg.com Barton International Material manufacturer 6 Warren St. Glens Falls, NY 12801 (800) 741-7756 www.barton.com BlastOne Material distributor 4510 Bridgeway Ave. Columbus, OH 43219 (877) 725-2781 www.blastone.com BlastPro Manufacturing, Inc. Equipment manufacturer 513 Beacon Pl. Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (405) 491-6464 www.blastpromfg.com Blastrac, NA Equipment manufacturer 13201 N Santa Fe Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73114 (800) 256-3440 www.blastrac.com Briggs & Stratton Equipment manufacturer 3300 N 124th St. Wauwatosa, WI 53222 (800) 444-7774 www.briggsandstratton.com CHLOR*RID International, Inc. Material manufacturer 3356 N San Marcos Pl. #104 Chandler, AZ 85244 (800) 422-3217 www.chlor-rid.com Clemco Industries Corp. Equipment manufacturer 1 Cable Car Dr. Washington, MO 63090 (636) 239-0300 www.clemcoindustries.com DeFelsko Corp. Equipment manufacturer 800 Proctor Ave. Ogdensburg, NY 13669 (800) 448-3835 www.defelsko.com Diamatic USA Equipment manufacturer 5220 Gaines St. San Diego, CA 92110 (866) 295-5512 www.diamaticusa.com Blasting may require the use of blast pots, such as those from Marco, which combine air with an abrasive media. Common abrasives include garnet, glass, sponge, and steel grit or shot.

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