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Double your production rate with KinetiX: 10X superoxalloy abrasives blasted twice as fast as copper slag on this ship.
Customer Collaboration: 10X customer Green Mountain Media Blasting & Powder Coating spent the day blasting with superoxalloy abrasives with Greener Blast Technologies. 10X superoxalloy abrasives blasted faster in both dry and wet applications than…
Customer Spotlight: Learn what 10X customer Encrypted Coatings’ experience has been using superoxalloy abrasives.
One Bag of 10X Superoxalloy Abrasives Blasted this Rail Car: 10X superoxalloy are extremely efficient, ultra low dust, and remove the toughest coating leaving a bright finish. This blaster shows how far a single bag of 10X will go when blasting a rail car…
Cleanliness: 10X superoxalloy abrasives leave a clean, ideal profile. Hear what superoxalloy abrasives do for this customer.
Recyclability: 10X superoxalloy abrasives can be recycled multiple times while still providing an ideal surface finish. Hear how this customer saved time and money by switching to superoxalloy abrasives.
Safety Advantages: 10X superoxalloy abrasives are ultra safe and ultra low dust. Hear why this customer made the switch to superoxalloy abrasives.
Customer Spotlight: Learn what 10X customer Ragz 2 Rich’s experience has been using superoxalloy abrasives.
Ideal Profile: 10X superoxalloy abrasives leave the ideal, clean profile eliminating extra prep time
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 faster than 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.