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Learn how process improvement science led to the development of a new category of blasting media: superoxalloy abrasives
Explore specifications, applications and performance results for our KinetiX and EpiX product lines.
The Challenge A shipyard previously used 5,000,000lbs of coal slag annually and required rust inhibitors to ensure the surfaces would remain clean prior to priming. The 10X Breakthrough When the blasting media was switched to superoxalloy abrasive, annual consumption...
The challenge: A contractor removing tough, marine-grade epoxy with garnet was experiencing long job completion times and high material costs, sapping profitability.
The challenge: A contractor preparing a tank for recoating blasted through a 50 lb. bag of copper slag 20/40 in 2 minutes and 43 seconds, removing only 5 sq. ft. of rust from the tank. The copper slag showed visible signs of embedment, potentially triggering rust bloom.
A new category of abrasives is providing options to mitigate powder coating challenges relating to surface prep material performance, environmental profile, and production economics.
Superoxalloy Abrasives: A Breakthrough in Blasting: Superoxalloys are an entirely new category of abrasives and the most significant improvement in blasting abrasive technology in decades, delivering breakthrough speed and improved surface quality.
The KinetiX Extremely Low-Dust Difference is Clear: Looking for a low-dust blasting alternative that’s safer for workers and the environment? Watch how much less dust is generated when blasting mill scale on I-beams with 10X KinetiX superoxalloy.
10X Superoxalloy Outperforms Even Elite Products at a Lower Cost: 10X superoxalloy works more than twice as fast as aluminum oxide at a lower cost. This comparison shows how much more efficient the superoxalloy is when blasting epoxy-coated steel.
10X Superoxalloy Makes a Massachusetts Neighborhood Cleaner and Safer: 10X superoxalloy cut graffiti removal time in half when used on a bridge overpass in Massachusetts.