"We have had several of your SB-150's for years and years, and haven't had to do maintenance, These are being used overseas to clean kitchen equipment."– Scott Burke
"There is an extensive amount of space we have cleaned, and countless hours we've put on the machine with very little maintenance, etc. Thanks."– Steve
"We brought in Sodablast because we wanted surface preparation, not surface removal. Wild Oats keel is machined to tolerances of a 1/1000th of an inch and any variations could prove critical"– David
"Rhonda – The SodaBlaster worked great. They were using it at the Giants Stadium to clean up the Willy Mays memorial and it even made the paper. They did a write up on it."– Harry at Edward R Bacon
"I am getting 300 sq ft of cleaning out of 50 lbs of soda."– Paul Howard
"One guy is getting done in 2 hours what it was taking 3 guys 10 days to do. Now all of the guys want to use the mobile."– Rick Foote @ Evonik
"Sodablast removed the paint from a wall to be rendered so quickly it was unbelievable. We use the Sodablast team regularly for paint removal from a variety of surfaces. The best thing is there is no clean up as they did it all!"– Mal
"Sodablast successfully removed two layers of paint from sandstone on a Heritage building in a fraction of the time of other methods. The finish was beyond our expectations and I highly recommend them."– Nigel
"I dry ice blasted a bakers rack from a large bakery. It was covered in baked-on protein and oil residue. The ice was ineffective. I tried for 20 minutes with 4 different nozzles. That got me about 10% done. I soda blasted the remaining 90% in 25 more minutes. Perhaps I was just not picking projects that ice was not meant for. I went on to attempt to blast an auto door panel and cast aluminum powder coated patio chair. The ice just did not strip the paint quickly enough to be cost effective. SodaBlasting was 75% faster as opposed to the 25% the speed of dry ice."– Jim Riehl, Independent Contractor
The Blast Generator is the Difference
Unlike conventional gravity fed equipment, SodaBlast Systems' design differs in that it is non-plugging with constant abrasive discharge and positive abrasive control. The cross-section view in this diagram reflects the principal operation.
The compressed air passes through the air inlet nozzle into the outlet pipe causing a venturi type action to draw the abrasive into the air stream (like sucking through a straw). This design does NOT require soda flow adjustment at the nozzle in contrast with bottom fed blast pots. This air/abrasive mixture is then forcibly discharged from the machine. The result is a constant & uniform abrasive discharge with non-plugging performance.
SodaBlast Systems takes great pride in manufacturing the highest quality blast equipment, using the best materials, workmanship, and customer care.
Our name plate on every blast pot give evidence of our full compliance with the ASME and National Board Code requirements. We offer many different sizes and configurations.
SodaBlast Systems Manufactures equipment that is Simple, Trouble-Free, Efficient and Economical, and Versatile. We also build custom equipment.
Simple: The air abrasive mixing contains no wearing parts to affect the abrasive adjustment. This means controlled positive abrasive adjustment.
Trouble-Free: The abrasive doesn't stop flowing or plug during operation. All parts in the air-abrasive stream are made of the highest abrasion resistant materials such as special hardened alloy steel, rubber, and tungsten carbide. Bottom Line: Trouble Free abrasive blasting.
Efficient and Economical: Positive Regulated Air-Abrasive mixture means no waste, and non-plugging equals no expensive "down time."
Versatile: SodaBlast Systems offers several models which are "multi-media" capable. What this means is that you can rely on the same Simple, Trouble-Free, Efficient and Economical results whether you blast with soda, sugar sand, corn cob, walnut shell, or one of many other common abrasives.