Notable Project – Columbia River

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  Columbia River, State of Washington. Grand Coulee Dam is concrete . Constructed between 1933 and 1942, The dam supplies four power stations with an installed capacity of 6,809 MW. As the center-piece of the Columbia Basin Project, the dam’s reservoir supplies water for the irrigation of 671,000 acres. Hundreds of tons of crushed glass […]

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Notable Project – Walmart

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Wal-Mart, required the removal of a urethane paint from the outside of 20  stores. The challenge for the contractor was Wal-Mart did not want the base material to be affected by the sandblasting. A consistent profile was important. Crushed Glass 40/70 was the choice for the blast media.

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Notable Project – Oceanside, CA

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Oceanside, California.  One of the largest subdivisions required paint and stucco removal from 7 miles of 6” high block walls.  The walls were located in a high density residential area which made this project very challenging . The residents were concerned about the dust but a dustless sandblasting system and 20/40 crushed glass which has no free […]

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Notable Project – Moffet Federal Airfield

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Moffett Federal Airfield, San Francisco bay area also known as Moffett Field, is a joint civil-military airport located in an unincorporated part of Santa Clara County. Crush glass 20/40 was the media of choice for a Dustless Blast system to use for the lead paint removal.

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Notable Projects – Spruce Goose Hughes

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The Spruce Goose was one of the largest planes ever built with a wingspan of 320’ and length of 219’ it required a huge building to construct. The original factory for wooden structure was converted to a Google office building and the original walls were stripped of the lead paint then finished in clear varnish. […]

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Notable Project – Oakland International Airport

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Oakland International Airport in Alameda County, California. 124 concrete columns 4 foot in diameter had to be sandblasted for an architectural finish. The concrete columns support the Bart Connection Tram from the Oakland Airport to the transfer station. Sandblasting was a challenge for the contractor. The 3-mile system transports passengers above street-level traffic.

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Notable Project – Levi’s Stadium

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Levi’s Stadium is a football stadium located in Santa Clara, California, just across the bay from KleenBlast warehouse in Hayward, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. It now serves as the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Crushed glass was used to prepare the railings for paint. Due to the performance and cost vs […]

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Notable Project – Studebaker Factory

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Studebaker suttled manufacturing facility based in South Bend, Indiana. The factory ceased operations in 1967. In 2014 the factory was being converted to mixed use. Crushed glass was used to remove the lead paint from steel and wood. The contractor used a Eco Quip dustless system . This is one of the most popular uses […]

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Notable Project – San Clemente Beach Trail

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The San Clemente Beach Trail, 3500 feet of raised steel bridge that was starting to show signs of rust and severe corrosion. Crushed glass 20/40 was used with a DB machine and flash rust preventer as the preparation of the corroded surface. Hold Blast were added to the sandblasting water to prevent flash rusting.The crushed […]

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4-Gallon Tumble-Basket Blast Cabinet Boosts Productivity 400% for Firearm-Accessory Manufacturer—In One Week

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4-Gallon Tumble-Basket Blast Cabinet Boosts Productivity 400% for Firearm-Accessory Manufacturer—In One Week Owner of ACCU-TAC says manual blasting jobs that took five hours now only take one hour. “I’ve been looking a long time for a solution like this,” says Felipe Salazar, owner of ACCU-TAC, about his new Clemco 4-Gallon Tumble-Basket Blast Cabinet. ACCU-TAC manufacturers high-end firearm […]

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