Methods of combining water with abrasive blasting to reduce dust has existed for decades. While new regulations to the abrasive blasting industry are forcing more companies to consider wet or vapor abrasive blasting, the perception in the market still remains that wet methods are messy, unreliable and not much different than a wet slurry coming out of the blast nozzle.
To combat these attitudes, manufacturers are introducing new equipment and technology to the surface preparation and cleaning markets. In this webinar, you will learn about different wet and vapor abrasive blasting methods, their advantages and disadvantages, and five things to consider before choosing your next blasting equipment.
Four key points:
- Changes in the industry that have led to the development of new abrasive blasting tools and methods.
- Different types of wet abrasive blasting methods in the market.
- The difference between wet and vapor abrasive blasting methods, their advantages and disadvantages.
- 5 things to consider before choosing your next blasting equipment.
Area Sales Manager, Specialty Products at GRACO Inc.