Unleash the Power of Sandblasting in Indianapolis for Your Industrial and Commercial Finishing Needs
When sandblasting in Indianapolis, Commercial Finishing uses compressed air or water to force abrasive particles against a surface. Furthermore, we use this method as a surface preparation technique for metal surfaces prior to applying a coating or paint.
Benefits of Sandblasting In Indianapolis for Metal Surfaces
At Commercial Finishing we effectively remove rust, paint, and other surface contaminants from metal surfaces. . Moreover, we create a roughened surface that provides a better bonding surface for coatings and paints. Furthermore, we achieve a variety of textures on metal surfaces, such as a matte, satin, or glossy finish through customization. We will use a quick and efficient method for cleaning and preparing metal surfaces. Also, this sandblasting process is versatile and able to be used on a wide range of metal surfaces, including steel, aluminum, and brass. Additionally, being cost-effective in comparison to other surface preparation methods such as chemical or mechanical methods.
Uses of Sandblasting
Metal surfaces: We commonly use sandblasting as a surface preparation method for metal surfaces before applying our coating or paint. It is effective at removing rust, paint, and other surface contaminants, and can also be used to create a variety of textures on metal surfaces such as a matte, satin, or glossy finish.
Glass: Sandblasters sandblast glass to etch designs or patterns into glass surfaces, such as for decorative or functional purposes.
Stone: We sandblast to clean and restore natural stone surfaces, such as marble or granite. We create a variety of textures on stone surfaces, such as a matte or glossy finish.
Wood: We sandblast to remove paint, stain, or other surface contaminants from wood surfaces. We create a variety of textures on wood surfaces such as a weathered or aged look.
Plastic: We sandblast to create a variety of textures on plastic surfaces, such as a matte or glossy finish. We also sandblast to remove surface contaminants such as mold-release agents.
These are just a few examples of products that are typically sandblasted. We use this process on many other materials and products as well.
In conclusion, using sandblasting in Indianapolis with Commercial Finishing is an effective and cost-efficient method when preparing metal surfaces.