Facades are made up of various materials
Facades require regular cleaning due to environmental influences (exhaust emissions, dust, and rain) and human intervention (graffiti, waterproofing, plaster). However, clinker brick, plaster, sandstone, or joints react differently to erosive processes.
This is where the torbo advantage of the individual setting options of water, blasting media, and pressure comes into play. In this way brick, natural stone, and joints are cleaned of stubborn dirt or paint layers in both a gentle and surface-friendly fashion.
Which clinker objects & facades have already been cleaned with torbo
successful for years
Europe's largest clinker brick building, the Campo Pequeno Bullring in Lisbon, was cleaned from the ground up.
The innovative wet sandblasting technology prevailed against competing companies due to the low costs and its dust-free operation, but above all because of the low working pressure of less than 1 bar (14,5 psi).