Get Your Surfaces Cleaned with Our Sandblasting in China

The Sandblasting Process

There are different techniques and equipment that fall under the category of sandblasting. Abrasive blasting is one of them, where compressed air propels abrasive material and modifies a surface by smoothing or roughening it.
Glass bead blasting or grit blasting is another commonly used technique instead of sandblasting. Compressed air propels tiny glass beads on the surface, effectively removing dirt and other unwanted materials. It is often used in production work, and the glass beads can be reused.


The Sandblasting Process

Sandblasting Practices and Techniques

Sandblasting machines are utilized in various situations, but taking safety precautions while using them is crucial. Whenever there is a risk of complex or irregular objects flying off due to the high speed of the equipment, operators must wear suitable protective gear to avoid injuries caused by impact. For open blasting, padded headgear is mandatory to shield the operator from any media that may be ejected. When working in confined spaces, wearing goggles and breathing masks is essential to safeguard the eyes and lungs against harmful particles or chemicals that may come in contact. Open (or pressurized) data lines are required to prevent sparks or high heat from escaping when using abrasive blasting cutting mediums like glass.
The blasting area should have a containment structure that can replace the exhausted media or contain hazardous materials in case of an explosion.
Sandblasting applies to large surfaces or significant projects. Here are some of its applications:
– Creating a surface for paint or other coatings on concrete or wood
– Eliminating rust and corrosion from metal
– Removing mold
– Etching concrete surfaces to produce a decorative effect.
– Cleaning up fire damage

What Are the Benefits of Sandblasting?


Sandblasting is a widely used method for finishing., which involves removing materials from an object to prepare for coating. What are the advantages of sandblasting specific objects or products before finishing them with powder coating? Here are some benefits of utilizing sandblasting services for your business:

The sandblasting process is fast

Sandblasting quickly and efficiently cleans and smooths objects, making cleaning tough surfaces like metal easier and saving time and money.

The process of sandblasting effectively cleans surfaces

Metal sandblasting is an indispensable aspect of the finishing process for more than just its smoothing effect on the surface. It also serves to clean the surface. Sandblasting services are a highly effective for removing rust, oil, and other harmful contaminants from almost any surface.

It is easy to eliminate old paint

 The sandblasting process can quickly remove old paint from an object, leaving behind a fresh and smooth surface and preparing for a new coating. 


Sandblasting FAQS

Sandblasting is a method of surface finishing that involves using compressed air to spray abrasive particles through a nozzle onto a surface.

Sandblasting is a safe method for cleaning various surfaces, such as





Choosing a reputable company with experience in sandblasting is crucial to ensure the job is done correctly.

You must gather some essential details to find the ideal nozzle. These include the CFM (cubic feet per minute) of air your compressor can supply and the desired PSI (pounds per square inch) for blasting, typically 100 PSI. Keep in mind that a higher air supply allows for the use of larger blast hoses and nozzles.

Enze works with various materials such as metals, stone, plastics, glass, concrete, and fiberglass.

At Enze, we utilize different types of “sand,” such as Starblast and various garnet blends, as well as plastic beads and soda, according to the specific needs of each project. Our team carefully considers the coatings that need to be removed and the materials used in the project to determine the appropriate media.

Enze restores metal and other surfaces to their unfinished state. A protective coating is required to prevent moisture and humidity damage.

Improper blasting techniques can cause metal and other materials to warp. Our team of experienced blasters, with many years of experience, can identify which pieces are more likely to be damaged. If we detect any risk of warping or damage, we inform our customers and discuss alternative options to blasting with them.