Wet sandblasting technology for refurbishment by comparison
Wet sandblasting from torbo ENGINEERING KEIZERS GmbH offers unique advantages in the field of refurbishment of steel, concrete, and similar substrates.
The interaction of blasting media, water, and pressure is decisive. This technique is so universal because these three factors can be individually and independently metered in torbo wet sandblasting.
Torbo is virtually dust-free and offers a cost-effective alternative to other processes.
in any weather conditions
Surfaces can be processed quickly and effectively with the torbo blasting process.
The solution is easy based upon the 100-year tradition: Dry blasting.
From the state of the art, dry-blasting outdoors is prohibited!
- the environment and especially the health of the staff say thank you.
Solutions such as airtight enclosures (time-consuming and cost-intensive), dry blasting with added water (high operating costs, susceptible to failure), maximum water pressure above 2,000 bar (crater landscapes on concrete, no roughness on steel, and high wear and tear costs) result in disadvantages rather than advantages.
Avoidance of dust, reduction of operating costs, cleaned but even concrete surfaces, sufficient roughness depth during steel refurbishment, and high-performance.
The requirements are clear, the answer is simple: torbo
|torbo||Dry blasting||Dry blasting with
|Blasting media consumption||low||very high||very high||-|
|Water consumption||bis 1,2 l
|-|| ca. 10 l
|bis 20 l
|static charge (for steel)||low||very high||high||low|
|Roughness depth on steel||good||good||good||not possible|
|achievable degree of cleaning||SA 2,5||SA 3||SA 2,5||SA 2,5|
|Maintenance effort (e.g. due to wear and tear)||minimal||high||normal||very high|
|Disruption due to blockages in the tank (e.g. given high air humidity)||none||high||frequently in nozzle/tank||none|
* according to configuration ** according to devicet