Beads blasting videos

Here are several sandblasting videos that allow you to judge the effectiveness of each process:
Many other videos are available on our YouTube Channel

Several uses are possible :

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Removal of paint or rust to restore the initial material.

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To even a surface, to improve its appearance, or to create a grainy, matt or satin effect.

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To modify the roughness of a surface in order to improve the adherence of a glue or a paint.

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Beads blasting

Beads blasting consists in shooting micro-beads (usually glass) onto a surface, in order to slightly strip it without causing any damage. This process uses medium pressure (5 bars maximum) to preserve the glass beads. The surface thus obtained has a shiny satin finish. Beads blasting is used for cleaning and striping mechanical parts or to give stainless steel or non ferrous metals such as aluminium an aesthetic finish.