Steel Shot/Grit Blasting
Steel Shot and Grit blasting primarily used for preparing steel for the application of protective coatings.
Garnet Blasting (also known as Sand Blasting)
Commonly known as Sandblasting, Garnet is now used in place of Silica, due to health and safety risks associated with Silica. Garnet Blasting is primarily used for preparing steel for the application of protective coatings but is also used when non-metallic media is required, for example, aluminium blasting.
Glass Bead Blasting
Glass Bead Blasting is a specialised media used for blasting aluminium and stainless steel, depending on the application required.
Soda Blasting is used when a surface needs to be cleaned without creating a profile or a minimal profile is required. Essentially, it is used as a cleaner.
Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasting
Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasting provides a powerful, fast and economical solution for your blasting projects. With pressures from 20,000 to 40,00 (PSI), Ultra High-Pressure Water Blasting quickly erode any type of tough surface build-up using only water, with no abrasives, chemicals, solvents or caustics - so, it’s safe for the environment.
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For other specialised blasting media, e.g. aluminium oxide please contact us.
Metal Arc Spray
Two metal wires are fed into a thermal arc to liquify the metal and then delivered to the steel in a stream of air. This is commonly used for applying liquid metal coatings to steel. Metal Arc Spray is an alternative to Hot Dip Galvanising.
Epoxy coatings are used as a protective coating for steel and concrete. Epoxy coatings can be applied by our teams onsite, and offsite
High performance aesthetically pleasing topcoats
Structural protection for steel, in the event of a fire (fire protection), Can be applied on and offsite
Potable water epoxy’s, fuel tank linings, corrosive cargo linings – all can be holiday tested by Connect Inspect on request
High Build Systems
Protective coatings for specialised high wear, high corrosion environments
Level 2, 3 4 and C finishes can be offered on request by negotiation. Reference to finishes – Steel Construction New Zealand.
High slip-co efficient faying surface coatings
Other Specialised Industrial Coatings include
Antifoul coatings, Self-cleaning poly aspartic, Glass flake epoxy, Fibre reinforced epoxy (fibreglass), High chemical resistance, Epoxy coatings, Non slip coatings, High wear coatings