When Non-Destructive Cleaning is Critical!
Cleaning is being done every day. Every wonder why or when Sodium
Bicarbonate (baking soda) should be used for abrasive blasting? Read
this technical article to learn more about the ARMEX difference.
ARMEX is the only solution for non-destructive cleaning because its hardness delivers energy along a substrate, rather than into it.
When cleaning surfaces or substrates that cannot be damaged, the only blasting abrasive to use is ARMEX. For use on steel, aluminum, plastics, composites, wood, masonry and more!
Blasting materials such as ARMEX blast media are green, and safe, ways to clean engine parts. Baking soda won’t etch the surface of the parts being cleaned. It is very effective on aluminum, and can remove dirt, grease, oil and even paint.
Knowing why you would use a wet machine over dry and knowing when siphon is better than direct pressure or visa-versa is required to make sure any custom engine builder gets the right machine the first time.
Soda blasting is an environmentally responsible method to remove coatings and contaminants from a variety of substrates. Sodium Bicarbonate is non-hazardous, nontoxic, and biodegradable.
Two of the most difficult cleaning jobs are fire and mold remediation, where non-destructive cleaning is critical. Soda blasting can dramatically reduce fire and mold remediation labor costs while maintaining the original surface of the substrates.
Reduce restoration costs, remove surface corrosion, and heavy rust with ARMEX soda blasting materials.
ARMEX blast media reduces scrap rate by 90% saving thousands of dollars!
Using ARMEX soda blast material in petrochemical plant cleaning, often without shutting down the work area.