We only carry soda blasting equipment that stands up to heavy use and will last for a long, long time. Many soda blasting equipment options exist today, from mini-blast pots made in China to large-scale complex all-in-one soda blast systems. Our equipment line is built in the USA, do both dustless blasting AND dry blasting, can run both soft and hard abrasives (“multi-media”), is easy to use, and made to last. Our soda blasters are available for sale or for rent.
No slurry blaster can run baking soda through it – baking soda is water soluble and much finer and lighter than traditional media, which makes it the one media slurry blasters cannot handle. However, you can perform dustless blasting with our soda blasters – it only takes a special nozzle to do this. Our nozzle hooks up to a standard garden hose connection – no pumps or special water tanks required. Our nozzle completely surrounds the baking soda with water as it comes out of the nozzle, enabling maximum dust suppression and very little water consumption. We have performed dustless blasting using baking soda and a Water Injection Nozzle, also known as a WIN nozzle.
Dry Soda Blasting
Many applications exist for DRY Soda Blasting, including fire damage restoration, mold remediation, and most fiberglass types, including boat bottoms and Corvettes. Many automotive restorers and fleet maintenance companies we work with will only use baking soda in a dry environment in order to eliminate the risk of flash rust. With our equipment, you have the flexibility to perform Wet or Dry soda blasting depending on your project or needs.
Crushed Glass vs. Baking Soda
We supply several types of blasting media because there will always be a need for both soft and hard abrasive methods. The decision depends on what you are removing, what is the substrate and the surrounding materials, and what finish or profile you are looking for: