ABRASIVE MEDIA FOR YOUR SANDBLASTING EQUIPMENT
Abrasive Media is available in wide range of types, hardness, shapes, sizes, and abrasiveness. Used for both abrasive blasting applications and tumbling applications, these media are ideal for modifying the surface finish of almost any surface.
- Heavy Abrasives for High Cutting Action
- Organic Media for Polishing and Light Abrasiveness
- Soft Media for Protection of Substrates During Blasting
- Multiple Grit/Mesh Sizes in Every Media Type
- Reusable Media With Long Usable Lifetimes
- Consumable and Affordable Blasting Media
- Paint and Coating Striping
- Removing Machine Marks
- Edge Rounding
- Surface Preparation
- Scale and/or Rust Removal
- Non-Skid Coatings
- Machine Mark Removal
- Rust Removal and Cleaning
- Surface Finish Modification
- Abrasive Blasting for Coatings Preparation
- Polishing in Tumbling Applications
- Abrasion Resistance in Coatings
- Creating Specific Surface Finishes
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Aluminum Oxide Media (Standard)
Aluminum Oxide Grit (Standard) is a sharp, long lasting abrasive media that is highly efficient and highly reusable. Harder than most blast media, Aluminum Oxide Blast Media, will clean and etch quickly on all type of surfaces.
Glass Bead Media
Glass Beads are a round, spherical media that produce a softer and brighter finish angular medias. Glass Beads are used for blasting, peening, honing, cleaning, and light deburring.
Silicon Carbide Grit
Silicon Carbide Grit is the hardest abrasive media. This blasting media has very fast cutting action and can be recycled and re-used many times. The hardness of Silicon Carbide Grit allows for shorter blast times relative to other blasting media.
Corn Cob Blasting Media
Corn Cob Media is a biodegradable media this will not etch or warp thin-walled or soft surfaces. A low hardness and absorbent media ideal for many blasting and tumbling applications.
Crushed Walnut Shell Grit
Walnut Shell Grit is a versatile, organic media. It is an angular media that is soft and sensitive to many surfaces. Walnut Shell Grit is an economical, biodegradable alternative for sensitive operations that require a moderately aggressive media.
White Aluminum Oxide Grit
White Aluminum Oxide Grit is a >99% ultra-pure grade of abrasive media. It is increasingly being used in critical, high-performance processes that are sensitive to contamination and cleanliness.
Steel Shot is ideal for peening applications to impart a clean, smooth finish. This dense, smooth media can be used up to 3,000 times and produces minimal dust during the blasting process.
Pumice Blasting Media
Pumice is a natural mineral sourced from volcanic ash. It is a light, soft abrasive used in a wide variety of applications. As a natural product, variability from sources provides unique performance properties.
Melamine (Type III) Plastic Blasting Media
Melamine (Type V) Plastic Abrasive Grit is the hardest plastic media used for applications that require a high strip rate with damage to the sub-surface. Melamine Plastic Abrasive is the perfect balance of speed and performance.
Acrylic (Type V) Plastic Abrasive Media
Acrylic (Type V) Plastic Abrasive Grit is the softest plastic media used for ultra-sensitive surfaces while still providing an effective strip rate. Acrylic Plastic Abrasive Grit is the longest lasting and is used for aircraft surfaces and delicate parts.
KramBlast Crushed Glass Media
KramBlast Crushed Glass Grit is a silica-free, consumable abrasive that offers aggressive surface profiling and coatings removal. Manufactured from 100% recycled bottle glass, KramBlast Crushed Glass Grit produces a whiter, cleaner finish relative to mineral/slag abrasives.
Urea (Type II) Plastic Blasting Media
Urea (Type II) Plastic Abrasive Grit is the most heavily used plastic media. Urea Plastic Abrasive Grit is used for applications such as auto and aircraft restoration to deliver an efficient strip rate with damage or warping of the substrate surface.
Steel Grit Blasting Media
Steel Grit is an angular, carbon steel media designed for quick and effective removal of surface contaminants and coatings. Steel Grit is softer than other media and is less likely to fracture leaving an etched finish.
Garnet Grit Blasting Media
Garnet Grit is a used for a wide variety of blasting applications. Used in both dry and wet abrasive blasting, Garnet Grit offers high performance and recyclability. The hardness and bulk density make this media ideal for general purpose surface preparation.