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Removing Fire Damaged Coatings in Power Plant. Mill fire damaged paint on pulverized fuel line Blast area covered with simplistic containment to capture the Sponge Media TM for recycling Paint is usually removed by scrapers and hand tools

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Removing fire damaged coatings in power plant

Removing Fire Damaged Coatings in Power Plant

  • Mill fire damaged paint on pulverized fuel line

  • Blast area covered with simplistic containment to capture the Sponge MediaTM for recycling

  • Paint is usually removed by scrapers and hand tools

  • Conventional blasting not acceptable due to potential dust contamination to nearby rotating equipment


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Removing Fire Damaged Coatings in Power Plant

  • Burned paint removed using Silver 30 Sponge MediaTM abrasive;

  • Media recycled8-10 times

  • 62.5micron (2.5 mil) profile with SA2.5(NACE 2) Near White Blast Cleaning

  • Low blast pressure 4.1bar (60psi) to control rebound in confined area

  • Project completed in one day (Sponge Media) vs. 3-4 days (hand tools)


640 removing fire damaged coatings in power plant

640 Removing Fire Damaged Coatings in Power Plant

  • Burned paint removed using Silver 30 Sponge MediaTM abrasive;

  • Media recycled8-10 times

  • 62.5micron (2.5 mil) profile with SA2.5(NACE 2) Near White Blast Cleaning

  • Low blast pressure 4.1bar (60psi) to control rebound in confined area

  • Project completed in one day (Sponge Media) vs. 3-4 days (hand tools)


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