Q: Can sandblasting be done on site?
A: Yes, Gero Sandblasting provides a complete on site sandblasting service.Q: How can I remove paint?
A: Using the right abrasive for the job is the key in achieving the removal of any painted surface or substrate.Q: How can I remove paint from bricks and concrete?
A: With micro-blast abrasive it is like taking candy from a baby.Q: How can I remove rust?
A: There are many forms of corrosion or rust. All of these forms can be removed by abrasive blasting.Q: What is sandblasting?
or abrasive blasting is a term used to describe the act of propelling very fine bits of material (abrasive) at high-velocity to clean or etch (profile) a surface. Sandblasting is mainly used to remove rust or paint from a substrate.Q: When will I use sandblasting?
A: When you want to remove rust or paint.Q: Who is the best sandblaster?
A: Gero Sandblasting is known as the leading sandblasting team since 1992.Q: Where can I find the best sandblasting company?
A: You are on their website now, Gero Sandblasting based in Gauteng.Q: Who is a good sandblaster?
A: A good sandblaster is known for his ability to remove all foreign matter from a substrate using the correct material and equipment for the job at hand.Q: Did you know that you can use high pressure cleaning for?
A:1. Storm water and sewer drains.
2. Industrial Surface washing, cleaning and descaling.
3. Commercial surface cleaningQ: Did you know? Sandblasting …
A: in terms of cost and quality, it is the superior solution for surface preparation of all steel substrates.
Fun facts you didn’t know about corrosion.
- Moist air is more corrosive than dry air.
- Hot air is more corrosive than cold air.
- Polluted air is more corrosive than clean air.
- Hot water is more corrosive than cold water
- Salt water is more corrosive than fresh (low chloride content) water.
- Stainless steel will outlast ordinary mild steel.
- No corrosion will occur in a vacuum, even at very high temperatures.