Dustless Blasting Strips a '63 Impala in Under 1 Hour!
Imagine how much money you could make with this level of productivity. It's
no surprise that new Dustless Blaster owners are calling it "magic". The
Dustless Blaster is faster,
easier, and cleaner than any other blaster on the market. We've been
designing and manufacturing top quality blasters since 1941, and continuous
improvement has brought us to Dustless Blasting. The most incredible
advancement in blasting technology in over 60 years. Find out why the
Dustless Blaster is the best abrasive blaster.
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Second song is by Jason Shaw from Audionautix.com
Soda blast your car
Serving all of South Florida call Sodablasters of South Florida's mobile
service or drop it off at our location in Hialeah. Visit our website for
more information. We also remove bottom paint from boats, graffiti, mold
and smoke damage.
Applied Abrasive Blasting Equipment In Action
www.appliedpi.com - Applied Abrasive Blasting - Applied 40 Litre Blast Pot
In Action - Blasting the bonnet of a vintage tractor, a tractor wheel and
removing grafitti from a wall - www.appliedpi.com
Dry Ice Blasting- Engine Block
Dry ice blast cleaning uses solid CO2, a non-abrasive media that won't
damage surfaces or equipment. The accelerated, super cooled dry ice
pellets or particles, are blasted at supersonic speeds and sublimate on
impact resulting in the surface being cleaned, lifting dirt and
off the underlying substrate.
1980 trans am trying to start after 24 years in storage
UPDATE- here is my restoration page with pictures if anyone is interested
i just bought this 1980 trans am. its %100 complete but the guy had taken
it apart before storage in 1987.
i am putting it back together to drive it this summer
i put some oil in the cylinders before i tried to start it.
Me and my dad see my dad's old car for the first time in 20 years.
He sold the car over 20+ years ago when he was an alcoholic. Said he
probably would have died in it. This is the first time he saw it since he
sold it over 20+ years ago. The car does look in relative good shape, we
have no idea what has been done with the car over the past 20 years. It
obviously wasn't sitting there for 20 years and nobody claims it to be. Pay
attention, people. 1964 Buick Rivera. 425 Wildcat V8 w/ 427 horsepower.
1965 Corvette Soda Blasting
1965 Corvette. The purpose of this video is to show the effectiveness of
soda blasting on a delicate surface restoration such as fiberglass.
The intent here is not to show how fast a soda blaster can strip a coating
(although it can and does) but to show soda blasting as a restoration tool
having the ability to not just strip coatings but that it can also layer
and feather the coatings removal. And finally, to show completed results
which have not damaged the gel coat or aluminum surfaces.
This restoration project is removing several layers of paint. This removal
rate will vary from approx. 100 sq. ft. to 250 sq. ft. per hour depending
on type of paint and number of layers of coating.
The H268-HO-LP (High Output- Low Pressure) All-Media Soda Blast pot
manufactured by Eco-Blast.Com, LLC provides ecological quality stripping
action without damaging the surface. Surface damage to the substrate is
reduced or eliminated by being able to control the energy applied to blast
the surface using ecological blasting soda or ultra small particles of
crushed glass at blast pressures as low as 30 PSI.
The H260 Series Multi-Media blast equipment can economically shoot all
blasting media's including baking soda, corn cob as well as regular sand,
crushed glass or slags. The H260 All-Media soda blast pots are used not
only for car restoration and graffiti removal but for boat bottom paint
removal, oil tanker maintenances, log home restoration, foundation
waterproofing preparation, mold removal and virtually any and all types of
sand blasting. There are no limits to the versatility and the long life of
a true All-Media Soda Blast Pot manufactured from high carbon boiler plate
steel, with stainless steel and replaceable tungsten carbide wear
Soda-Blast.Com, LLC is not just another reseller, we make what we sell and
we use what we make. More Eco-Blast pot options, Eco-Blasting medias,
coalescing moisture extractors, dust collectors and blasting accessories
can be found at www.Soda-Blast.com.
More information on our H268-HO-LP tungsten carbide blasters with our
exclusive five-year warranty can be found at www.Soda-Blast.Com. For blast
pot or fan nozzle purchases or equipment rental information, call us at
Dry-Ice Blasting v6 engine
This video shows a Niama-Reiser Employee Dry-Ice (CO2) Blasting a Chevy V6
engine with over 300,000 miles on it.
Spray on chrome
After four very frustrating months we have finally figured out the secret
to spray on chrome...and are currently taking orders....
Giving my dad his dream car, a Classic 1969 Camaro, part 2 of 2, Please read the description
PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT, After many years of hard work, blood, sweat and
some more blood. I finally was able to restore, build and give my dad his
dream car. A 1969 Camaro, this is a car he has
wanted ever since he was young. I promised myself I would do this. Please
see the first part, as it is the letter I gave him before he got the car
and explains a little more why I did this. He found out about the car about
a year prior but had not seen it since it was painted and finished. I want
to thank the two other clips I found on youtube that helped give me the
motivation to achieve this, showing me that this dream, any dream was
possible. And of course everyone who helped make this a reality, I can
never thank you enough. My son is recording this while my brother and I
went around the block to get the car and drive it up to give it to him.
Note @ 11:30 the clip of the letter is played again. thanks for watching
and keep Dreaming
UPDATE Aug31, 2011
On a day chosen for moms, mine passed away peacefully on mother's day
May 8 with my dad, my brother and I by her side. I want to thanks again
everyone for all there thought and wishes. I know even though my mom is not
here but will never be gone. This is the last video that we have of my mom.
I miss you mom.
Blast It Clean - Soda Blasting Mustang
For the week of October 3, we soda blasted paint off of a Mustang. We used our baking soda
media because it is softer and more appropriate given the thin metal body
of the automobile. We always recommend customers to use a lighter or
softer media on thin metals otherwise Traditional Sand has a high risk of
warping those metal pieces.
Our customer wanted to clean off the existing paint and take the body back
to bare metal so it can be prepped for a new paint coat.
After the completion and delivery of the Mustang to the customer, he replied
back with this testimonial,
"That is the most awesome job I have ever seen. The guys in the shop can't
believe the job you guys did. In fact, there has been so many people in
here looking it over and the general remark has been "Where did you get
that done? I didn't know anybody did things like that." The removal of the
old paint is really incredible. The red paint was actually TNEMEC paint
which is a two part epoxy type painted on over 15 years ago. I am now
scheduling time to get it into our paint booth to get a coat of primer on
it and begin the re-assembly job. I really appreciate your work. It is
really professional and thorough. Never thought soda blasting could do
something like this."