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Sandblasting is a useful tool in almost any vocation. It can be used to perform the simplest tasks, like cleaning an oil stain from a driveway, to the complex, like cleaning aeronautics equipment. It’s the perfect tool for cleaning the things in this world that are the toughest to get clean. Some of the world’s messiest jobs are made possible with sandblasting.
Sandblasting, in specific terms, is using small particles propelled at high speeds using an air pump to clean or strip away an area. Contrary to its name, sandblasting no longer involves the use of sand. This is due to health concerns. Steel grit, aluminum oxide particles, and crushed shell from walnuts or coconuts are typically used as the abrasion materials.
Sandblasting is useful to clean metal parts such as car or truck frames, airplane bodies, or large mechanical equipment. It can also be used to strip old varnish off of items like old wooden cabinets. If used on a large area, it is cost effective to be used in residential or commercial painting applications, as opposed to sanding or scraping to prepare a house or building for painting. In some instances, sandblasting is used to prepare certain surfaces for final coats, such as certain elastometric paint coatings, hard metal surfaces, and clear slick coating materials that cannot be easily sanded.
Average Sandblasting Costs
The cost to sandblast an object, house, or building will depend on how many hours it will take and the size of a job. Small jobs will cost much more expensive than large jobs due to the setup time and cleaning cost. Larger jobs can afford to suck in the cost of setup and cleanup into the total cost of a job.
The average sandblasting company will charge $40 to $65 dollars per hour of labor. Specialty services will cost over $75 per hour. These types of services include extra preparation, special abrasion materials, and job design. Materials cost for sandblasting costs about $50 per 50 pound bag. Most jobs require no more than one bag, but large jobs can use more materials.
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