Eco-friendly sandblasting

mobile vacuum blasting
eco-friendly sandblasting

Eco-friendly sandblasting in a new dimension. Sand is no longer used, but abrasive blasting media such as jet glass and asilit, which can be reused very often in the circuit. The extreme cleaning effect is achieved with dry vacuum blasting by removing the dirt layer, similar to a grinding process. For this, systeco cleaning technology does not require water or detergents. All removals remain in the closed cycle of the machine and are collected in a filter system. That way not only the surface is protected but also the environment.


vacuum blasting - advanced eco-friendly sandblasting

All that is required for cleaning with the eco-friendly Tornado ACS cleaning machine is a normal power connection and a blasting agent or granulate that meets the requirements. The choice of the right blasting agent depends primarily on the type of surface to be cleaned.


cleaning non-skid tiles
eco-friendly sandblasting swimming pool
removing floor markings
eco-friendly sandblasting floor markings
boat hull stripping
eco-friendly sandblasting boat
stripping of historical airplane
eco-friendly sandblasting stripping

eco-friendly sandblasting fire damage
eco-friendly sandblasting graffiti
eco-friendly sandblasting solar system

 

eco-friendly sandblasting - a new dimension

For brick, natural stone, and concrete, jet glass and asilite are most suitable, whereas for delicate surfaces, such as polished granite or glazed tiles, a special granulate of nutshell is used. An overview of the different blasting media and their application areas can be found here: blast media (granulate)

Convince yourself of the advanteges of the innovative cleaning methods of systeco. You cannot only clean house facades and terraced floors, but also stripping, creating of photo engravings and fire damage restoration can be done.

During the sandblasting process, the blasting agent is pressurized to the surface to be treated and the granulate is drawn out of the storage container by the generated vacuum in the jet hood and accelerated to 400 km / h in the jet lance. The high impact speed of the blast media dissipates dirt and paint quickly from the surface. This minimal-abrasive vacuum blast is therefore also referred to as a vacuum or soft-blast process.