HBM Blasting is a specialized team that removes the oxide and shell layers formed by the accumulation of rust and environmental effects on the surface, which are contaminated during the working period without damaging the main surface with low Mohs hardness particles under high air pressure.
As HBM Blasting, we can practice that used technology not only on metal materials but also ceramic materials, wood and polymeric materials, as well as contaminated, burned, painted wood, concrete, marble, steel, etc. which are damaged in the construction sector we can apply industrial cleaning with particle erosion method on structural elements.
What Is Soda Blasting?
Soda blasting is a relatively new technology in the field of abrasive blasting. While it is technically used as an abrasive, many professionals in the field consider soda blasting non-abrasive. Specially granulated sodium bicarbonate is applied at high pressure upon a surface, to remove contaminants or smooth the surface. It is relatively safe to use as this technique requires non-toxic chemicals. When used correctly, remove any paint or contaminants on the surface without damaging the surface underneath. The original surface will remain intact, only the paint and dirt will be removed.APPLICATION
White, opaque, monoclinic crystal line powder, which is light alkali.
CHEMICAL NAME : Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
STANDART NO: TS 3050
EINECS NO: 205-633-8
CAS NO: 144-55-8
Physical Condition: Free fluid small granule.
Sieve Analysis: There exists trace amount of particles over 600 microns.
Decomposition: Soluble in water, does not dissolve in ethyl alcohol.
Technical Grade Sodium Bicarbonate with additive. White, opaque, monoclinic crystal line powder which is light alkali. After the production of technical grade sodium bicarbonate, Max. 0.5 % (w/w) magnesium stearate is added to improve flow characteristics.
CHEMICAL NAME: Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
STANDARD NO: It conforms to TS 3050
EINECS NO: 205-633-8
CAS NO: 144-55-8
Solution in water is slightly turbid and an oily layer can be seen on the surface of the solution.
Physical Condition: Free flowing small granule.
Sieve Analysis : There exists trace amount of particles over 600 microns.
Hardness approx. 3.0 Mohs.
Calcium Carbonate is designed to give approximately the same surface finish as the soluble materials but less expensive and faster. Can produce slight profile on steel and matt finish on stainless steel.
Usually used wet, but can be used dry.APPLICATION
Environmental Effects of Soda Blasting.... While you can safely breathe small amounts of sodium bicarbonate while soda blasting, it is recommended you wear abreathing apparatus such as a quality gas mask, or employ the use of a professional soda blaster, who will wear one.
Soda blasting is gentler than sand blasting. Does not produce excess heat. Will not warp or pit metal surfaces.
Removes grease and paint up to 15x quicker than industrial hydro-blasting.
Soda blasting can be applied on plastics, chrome, and wood
Non-toxic and water soluble.
Soda blasting is a relatively new technology in the field of abrasive blasting. While it is technically used as an abrasive, many professionals in the field consider soda blasting non-abrasive. ... Because sodium bicarbonate shatters on impact, it is much gentler than sandblasting or media blasting
Soda Blasting Can Be Done in a Safe and Healthy Manner. ... Sodium bicarbonate is non-toxic and non-hazardous, as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, respectively.
Sodablasting will remove light surface rust only. It will neutralize any remainingrust but will not bring the surface back to shiny metal. We normally remove all the paint, body filler and undercoating by soda blasting. Then in areas that are rusted we will use a very fine abrasive to remove the imbedded rust.
Sodablasting will remove light surface rust only. It will neutralize any remaining rust but will not bring the surface back to shiny metal. We normally remove all the paint, body filler and undercoating by soda blasting. Then in areas that are rusted we will use a very fine abrasive to remove the imbedded rust
Soda blasting doesn't hurt chrome trim, glass, rubber, aluminum, or fiberglass, yetit has no problem pulling off paint, filler, undercoating, and seam sealer. ... This is why it can be used on soft metals, glass, and fiberglass. Even so, it can still do damage because it is fired at the car at such high velocit