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Essential Home Design Elements For Millennial Buyers

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SHOT BLASTING PART 1 – LEARN SOME SHOT

This first part of our Shot Blasting series will discuss whether shot blasting is feasible or sensible for your floor preparation project.  While shot blasting can leave a desired CSP profile and is universally the preferred floor prep method, it is not the only...

SHOT BLASTING PART 2 – LEARN SOME SHOT

The second part our shot blasting series will cover, What is shot blasting, shot blasting technique and some limitations of shot blasting. Shot blasting is a form of floor preparation prior to a wide variety of seamless epoxy floors. It is the preferred method by...
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Shot Blasting

Walked On By Millions

Know what to look for :

Hydrostatic Pressure

Thermal Shock

Most frequently, Improper Surface Preparation

The incorrect system in the wrong environment

Un-qualified Applicators

Concrete Scarification and Grinding

Removes oil and contaminants, mill scale and rust

Remove epoxy coatings, thermoplastic coatings, paint and traffic lines

Remove glues and adhesives

Levels uneven surfaces and trip hazards

Shot Blasting

Leaves the surface immediately ready for the application of coatings or overlays.

Eliminates drying time and costly disposal procedures associated with other surface preparation methods.

Produces the highest bonding character of any surface preparation method.

Esposito Epoxy Installations, LLC
P.O. Box 3338 WALLINGTON, NJ 07057
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973-779-1091