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Stay safe & OSHA compliant.

OSHA recommends using a wet abrasive delivery method — such as Dustless Blasting — as a primary means of protecting workers.

  • Dustless Blasting makes it easy to comply with OSHA standards.
  • Water encapsulates the abrasive and coating being removed, which prevents them from becoming airborne and being inhaled.
  • Use a less toxic abrasive, such as 40/70 recycled crushed glass, which contains no crystalline silica. 
  • Significant dust reduction increases visibility, reducing accidents. 
Read More: OSHA & Silicosis
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Take your machine further. Take on more work. 

With our mobile trailers, you have the ability to bring your blasting services to any job site. 

  • Self-contained equipment is made to move. 
  • Everything you need to blast on-site is mounted on a purpose-built trailer.
  • Includes a powerful compressor, large water tank, spacious toolboxes, auxiliary air ports and more. 

See Mobile Configurations

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Blast wet or dry, with any abrasive. 

With the ability to switch between wet and dry blasting, you can use any abrasive in the Dustless Blasting system, such as:

  • Crushed Glass
  • Copper Slag / Coal Slag
  • Sand
  • Garnet
  • Organics (Walnut, Corncob, Soda, etc.)
  • Etc.
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Environmental excellence. 

Since the debris is captured with the water during the blasting process, Dustless Blasting can be easily contained and cleaned.

  • Comply with EPA and DEQ regulations.
  • Because there is no dust plume or toxic chemicals, it can be used in areas with strict environmental rules and regulations.
  • Produces very little runoff that is simple to contain.
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Ready to add Dustless Blasting® equipment to your arsenal?

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