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Old 11-05-2012, 07:02 PM   #401
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48' trailer.

Lots of work on this sucker.
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:06 PM   #402
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My helper cleaning up after blasting on a 1927 36' wooden boat
Used fine 30/60 glass
Came out real good, still needed some sanding on it but the bulk of it was off
Used 4 bags of glass, best usage yet
(Not typical though)
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:49 PM   #403
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Here is a small 25' push boat for moving barges around. Like a tug.
Took us 26 hours of blasting and 20 hours of paint.
We did the inside motor room floor too.
The cold weather only gave us a small window to blast and prime before Droping below 30 at night.
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MasterBlaster how many hrs did this patio/pool deck take with your geoblaster?


After

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That job took us 1 to 2 hours for prep, 4 to 5 hours of blasting and between 1 to 2 ours for clean up.... pools are difficult because you have to put plastic over them.

With stamped concrete you also have to be very gentle or you'll blow right through to the aggregate.
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Here is a small 25' push boat for moving barges around. Like a tug.
Took us 26 hours of blasting and 20 hours of paint.
We did the inside motor room floor too.
The cold weather only gave us a small window to blast and prime before Droping below 30 at night.
Where was that blasted dyer close to town?
Looks like a lot of containment.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:18 AM   #407
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Contained the bottom because of the old bottom paint.

The job was just out if town. 30 min from our house. Nice job but forgot about cold weather when I priced it out.
Forgot ya can't blast 10 hours and paint when you only have a 7 hour window for both.
5 days turned into 9. But that ok we still made out good.
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Here are a couple of jobs we did over the past week of so.

This one is an old Agway grain building that was being converted into high-end office space.

The building had all the exterior walls removed other than the silo.


And yes those are grain silos on the right and each one is being converted into a circular office 4 on each floor.


This is the inside of the third floor... we were brought in to blast all the old structual steel which was all rusty.


Here you can see the steel we blasted below and the rusty stuff above.


This is the second floor again the steel we blasted and a some we still had to do.

Cool project we did on two weekends while construction folks were off.
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Here's another job we knocked out this week... these are work lifts for mechanics who work on goverment aircraft.


These things are Airforce gray rusty and beat up... kind of hard to blast them considering both the metal and paint is gray with no primer between.


Here's one we blasted... 92 more to do.
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Two boats we just pumped out of the shop this past Friday.


Pair of Parkers 28' and 25' before we GeoBlated blasted them.


Pair of Parkers 28' and 25' after we GeoBlated blasted them.


Pair of Parkers 28' and 25' after we put SeaHawk Tuff Stuff barrier epoxy on.


Pair of Parkers 28' and 25' after we put SeaHawk Cukote multi Seasonal ablative paint on.

Was in Milford Delaware this past weekend doing a 30 Boston Whaler.

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I like that conversion to office space! Neat job!
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How long to blast the lifts?
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How long to blast the lifts?
5.5 hours on the one that looks like the lunar lander.

4 hours on the one with steps

The lunar lander was tough because the thin poles had to be hit from three different directions and the top section had to be pumped up another 5 feet to blast everything under it.

Somewhat of a pain in the butt, because every time you thought you were done you'd find more paint you missed.

Anyway 92 more these coming so it's a nice filler job back at the shop for winter blasting.

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5.5 hours on the one that looks like the lunar lander.

4 hours on the one with steps

The lunar lander was tough because the thin poles had to be hit from three different directions and the top section had to be pumped up another 5 feet to blast everything under it.

Somewhat of a pain in the butt, because every time you thought you were done you'd find more paint you missed.

Anyway 92 more these coming so it's a nice filler job back at the shop for winter blasting.

Stuff like that is a pain due to all the angles.
I was guessing around the 4 hour mark.
They came up nice.

I have some big diesel tanks to do tomorrow that won't be getting done due to it being 44 degrees C here tomorrow.
only early morning blasting for the next 4 months.
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Here is a couple pics of a gooseneck trailer I did a month or so ago.
Painter was on standby to get a coat of primer on before rust set.
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Here's a Corvette we did back in October with the GeoBlaster.


Corvette stripped and on stand before we GeoBlasted it.


Corvette stripped and on stand after we GeoBlasted it.

Good Stuff!

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Here's one we just rapped up last Friday.

62 cast iron radiators all between 4' and 8' in size.


In this case we dry blasted them, because of the outside temperatures

5 pallets of 40 50lbs bags of medium/course recycled glass.

If we wet abrasive blasted these it would have been just one pallet of glass plus maybe 10 gallons of hold-blast.

Anyway all good stuff!


This was what we were called in to do... a trailer full of 62+ radiator for a historic facility undergoing a major renovation.


This is pretty much what all the radiators looked like in the trailer.


Here's a close up... as you can see these are the 5 cell type radiators making it hard to blast in between all the cells.


The client designated an area that was out of the way and in this case we set up a containment tent where all the blasting took place.


The radiators where moved in and out of the containment tent in groups of 6 and 8 at a time.


Pretty simple, take the radiators off the pallet and lay them on top of one another... blast one side and then tumble it over and blast side as well as the face of the other radiator... then tumble them back into the pile and clean blast with air.


Clean blasted radiators come out and the lift made things easier.


This is pretty much what all the 62 radiators looked like when we were done.

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Did a lifting crane today.
Blast time 2 hours.
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Did a lifting crane today.
Blast time 2 hours.
Nice!

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