Paint & Rust Removal, Made Easy.
Sandblasting is a simple process of using sand and compressed air to strip a metal item of surface stains or paint. With help from an indoor blasting room to help contain and recycle the blown garnet (natural mineral), our sandblasting can help free your surface of any steel or metal from long-term corrosion, resin, plastic coating or other adhesives.
At Kev’s Powder Coating & Sandblasting, we offer a variety of tools to help strip age from metal as well as powder coat & protect it from future wear and tear.
Restore the Shine of Your Metal
Most powder coating done today is performed through an electrostatic process that can lead to powder buildup over time if not done correctly - we can seal you work with a quality powder coating. As well as metal that hasn't been powder coated and is rusting - we can bring it back to life. So whether you have hooks and grating covered in resin or engine parts in need of a good cleaning, we can burn off the garbage in no time at all and return them to their original glory.
What is Sand Blasting?
Sandblasting leverages the abrasive properties of sand to create smoother surfaces with fewer physical imperfections and flaws. It’s no secret that sand is rough and gritty. Because of these properties, it’s able to wear away at excess or unwanted material on a surface.
Sandpaper, for example, contains many individual particles of sand. When rubbed against a surface, the sand removes some of the top-layer material, thereby creating a smoother texture. Sandblasting works the same way except it involves the use of highly pressurized sand.
State of the Art Equipment
Paint Stripping Furnace
Our controlled pyrolysis burn-off oven is 3 metres long, 1.4 metres wide and 1.8 metres high. It removes just about anything using an EPA approved method. It’s perfect for painted hooks & grating, electric motor parts, engine parts and powder/plastic coated items.
This is where the sandblasting happens. Our blasting unit is an indoor reclamation unit. All contaminants and dust are collected in a filtration unit and disposed of in line with EPA standards. We also recycle our garnet and re-use it to minimise waste. The chamber is 12 metres long.