Sodium Bicarbonate Abrasive

Definition - What does Sodium Bicarbonate Abrasive mean?

Sodium bicarbonate abrasive is a blast cleaning material composed of granulated sodium bicarbonate that is used to polish a metal surface when forcefully propelled (applied) onto the surface.

Corrosionpedia explains Sodium Bicarbonate Abrasive

Sodium bicarbonate abrasive is a component used for surface preparation to smooth rough metal surfaces or to roughen surfaces to enhance the surface's particular rate of corrosion prevention depending on the application purpose.

Sodium bicarbonate abrasive also facilitates the removal of unwanted residue on a metal surface that would otherwise contribute to pitting and crevice corrosion.

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