Media Blasting Effective option for paint stripping, rust removal, and corrosion restoration on metal What is media blasting? Media blasting is a process that shoots pieces of abrasive materials (blasting media) out of a nozzle powered by pressurized air. This process can be thought of as pressure washing with small particles rather than (and sometimes in conjunction with) water. Media blasting is the most effective option for paint stripping, rust removal or corrosion restoration on metal. Every operating facility or industrial plant needs to stay clean and free of debris in order to run properly and efficiently. Our sandblasting team effectively and carefully removes tough materials such as caked-on debris, rust and paint with the best media blasting technique tailored to your specific project. We offer a wide variety of blasting media: Mineral: Garnet. Garnet is a safe, effective and efficient replacement to sand. Agricultural: Crushed walnut shells and corncob. These abrasives are soft and do not cause damage to the underlying material while still removing paint and discoloration. Synthetic: Nickel slag, copper slag or coal slag, aluminum oxide and glass bead, crushed glass and plastic abrasives. Metallic: Steel grit and steel shot. These abrasives are aggressive, best suited for removing paint and rust from used machinery or equipment. We can work with other specialty blasting media upon request. Sandblasting Using sand to remove loose paint and rust Water Blasting Cost-effective blasting method using high-pressure water Abrasive Blasting Material preparation with alternative media SCHEDULE AN ESTIMATE Name* Phone Email Address* MessageCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.