Descaling of Mill Steel

Our Hoffman Enclosed Steel Grit Blast room has the capacity to handle one forty-foot or two twenty-foot containers, and can even accommodate longer material such as construction steel.

We also have a 12-wheel automated PangBorn RotoBlast room equipped with a 30-ton bridge crane. The room allows us to quickly blast containers or structural steel components as heavy as 60,000 pounds, up to 90 feet in length, 10 feet in width, and 10 feet in height.

The process takes any weathered metal through a chamber where it is bombarded with various kinds of media, depending on how much of the existing finish needs to be removed or abraded. After leaving the blasting chamber, the metal is examined and spot sandblasted by hand to remove residual corrosion or coatings. Then, immediately after cleaning the surface, the metal is preserved to prevent oxidation.

We also have the capacity to manually air blast larger structural components of 60,000 pounds or less with dimensions up to 120 feet long, 20 feet wide and 20 feet tall, as well as spot blast when needed.