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POLISHED CONCRETE
SHOT BLASTING
CONCRETE GRINDING & SURFACE PREP
URETHANE CEMENT, & INDUSTRIAL FLOORING
EPOXY & MMA FLOORS

Shot Blasting

Shot Blasting

 ICRI Profiles:  3 - 7
 Shot blasting is capable of producing ICRI CSP profiles of between 3 - 7 typically. 
 
Overview of Shot Blasting 

     Shot blasting is a cost effective and environmentally friendly method for preparing concretesteel, and asphalt surfaces. This labor and time saving process strips thin mil coatings ( under 4 mils ), cleans and profiles simultaneously. Shot blasting leaves the surface immediately ready for the application of coatings or overlays, eliminating drying time and costly disposal procedures associated with other surface preparation methods. Shot blasting produces the highest bonding character of any surface preparation method. Dekscape uses Blastrac shot blasters 

Concrete                                                                                                                                        Concrete blasting focuses on preparing roadways, bridges, airport runways, warehouse and factory floors and more. Remove dirt, oil and old markings or clean your concrete surface for overlays and markings.

Steel

     Steel blasting is the solution for preparing metal and steel surfaces, such as aircraft carriers, ships, petroleum and water storage tanks, and more. Remove rust, non-skid coatings, paint and marine growth.

Asphalt

     Asphalt blasting specializes in removing tire rubber, residue and surface contamination from asphalt surfaces. Preparing an asphalt surface with shot blasting improves skid resistance, micro textures and macro textures.

How it works

     A centrifugal wheel for propelling blast media at a high velocity, in a controlled pattern and direction. Ride-on systems use a paddle wheel. The configuration In both types, metal abrasive thrown by the rapidly rotating blast wheel is accelerated towards the surface being prepared. The media strikes the surface and rebounds, along with removed contaminants, into a recovery chamber or separator. The dust collector removes pulverized abrasive, dust, and contaminants. Very little abrasive is lost and the usable media is returned to the storage hopper for recirculation by the blast wheel. Different surface profiles can be achieved by varying shot size, shot flow rate and machine travel speed.

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Our shot blasting concrete service areas in Florida are:
Cape Coral FL, Fort Myers FL, Naples FL, Bonita Springs FL, Sarasota FL, Bradenton FL, Tampa FL, St. Petersburg FL, Clearwater FL, Lakeland FL, Gainesville FL, Plant City FL, Orlando FL, Daytona Beach FL, Kissimmee FL, Miami FL, Fort Lauderdale FL, Coco Beach FL, Delray Beach FL, South Miami Beach FL, North Miami Beach FL, Key West FL, West Palm Beach FL, Palm Beach FL, Boynton Beach FL, Hollywood FL, Port St. Lucie FL, Vero Beach FL, Port Charlotte FL, Jacksonville FL.