Sponge-Jet wins the blast-off! with no need to interrupt operations or settle for blasting that is less than ideal; no toxins and waste to dispose of. Sponge-Jet has engineered an approach that eliminates the need to compromise - a flexible approach to abrasive blasting, which delivers superior results.
The Sponge-Jet system offers a range of media engineered to address a range of cleaning and restoration work, from the gentle removal of chemicals and oils to micro cleaning that can remove years of build up without damaging the substrate, to the rapid removal of lead paint and corrosion from brick, wood, metal, and masonry. It is 10 times faster than manual cleaning, gentler than water or abrasive blasting, ideal for a range of surfaces from masonry to metal alloys to casings and mouldings.
Thanks to Sponge-Jet's micro containment technology it can be propelled at such low pressures that it can remove soot from wallpaper or paint from plaster and with such surgical precision that it can restore window casings without damaging the glass.
No water, no moisture or harsh chemicals like strippers. Reducing labour and downtime. No run-off to contain, treat or dispose of; others trades can continue working closely and buildings remain open to the public.
How Sponge-Jet Works - Info-Graphic
This video highlights the very low dust output, versatility of application and speed of process of Sponge-Jet. In addition to it benefits as a recyclable, waterless abrasive, this video highlights how kind to the environment and to operators' health Sponge-Jet blasting is:
With Sponge-Jet micro containment:
- The abrasive is covered with sponge, and can be recycled up to 10 times
- Up to 99% less dust, and it removes chlorides and other surface pollutants
- Cuts waste disposal to a minimum
- Rebound is minimal, reducing damages on nearby equipment
- Less containment and cleanup
- Produces 80% compared to conventional blasting
- Enhanced visibility improves the quality of work, and less rework