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Jane Debbrecht is the Principal of JDebbrecht Consulting and a management consultant specializing in manufacturing company turnarounds and strategy development. She held...
Due to their low carbon content, low carbon steels are neither too ductile nor too brittle. They have low tensile strength and hardness. Because of their low hardness,...
Restoration of steel and concrete surfaces has relied heavily on sandblasting and other dry blasting techniques. For over a century, dry blasting has been an effective,...
-- To learn more about Wet Abrasive Blasting, register for the upcoming webinar --Abrasive blasting is a common surface preparation technique to remove surface...
By: Wade Hannon | Area Sales Manager, Specialty Products at GRACO Inc.
Abstract Steel surfaces are frequently cleaned by abrasive impact prior to the application of protective coatings. The resultant surface profile, sometimes called an...
By: David Beamish | President, DeFelsko Corporation
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