Sand Blasting media is used for various applications and can be administered using wither compressed air (pneumatic blasting) or with a pressure washer (wet blasting). Most are familiar with sandblasting methods but this product takes you to the next level of blasting with varying mesh sizes depending on your application.
Soda blasting is suggested as a one step agent for cleaning, paint removal, and degreasing. It is a sodium bicarbonate product that is environmentally friendly and water soluble. This soda blasting media is non-sparking so it can be used in explosion-proof environments. Typically this product is chosen for cleaning or decontaminating. It has a deodorising quality that is also good for mold remediation. Kieserite is very similar in qualities but more aggressive than soda blasting.
Most notable applications it is suggested for are graffiti removal, coatings removal, marble and stone restoration, and rust scale removal. When either product is used with the RIPP Induction system it operates with pressures between 10,000 to 45,000 PSI for industries like shipyards, new construction, or tank lining removal. The Maxx Clean system can be used with pressure ranges of 3,000 to 20,000 PSI. This uses an induction system drawing your media choice from a hopper for applications ranging from removing sun damage from tiles to profiling of steel with hard abrasives.