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Wet Blaster Description

One of the first things you have to consider when you are searching for a good wet blaster to rent is the mobility it can offer. In some cases, you might need to have a stationary wet blasting machine. However, these are not typically utilized for floor preparation. Most of the time, when you are looking for a machine that can work for prepping the floor, you will want a mobile wet blaster. There are both automatic mobile wet blasting machines, as well as manual wet blasting machines.

One of the other things you will want to consider when you are choosing a wet blaster is how you will be providing power for the machine. In some cases, you might find that you also need a power supply, such as an electric air compressor for the electric wet blasters. If you need to have one of these machines, and you do not have one on hand, make sure that you rent it at the same time as the wet blaster. After all, you want to make sure you have everything you need ready to go once it arrives.

Something else you will want to consider when you are renting one of these devices is whether just one is enough. If you have a large space that needs to be sandblasted with one of these wet blasters, you might find it a better option to rent more than one so multiple people can work at the same time. Of course, it will depend on your construction site.

How wet blasters work

Wet blasting is a procedure that has some similarities to dry blasting. The operator of a wet blaster will use an abrasive type of material placed into a machine that can supply compressed air along with a liquid. 

About wet blasters

This technique is very beneficial for those who want to create a smooth and consistent finish. Wet blasting has been around since the 1950s, and it can be a very good solution for your needs on a construction site. If you want to prepare a floor surface that looks great, working with a wet blaster is a fantastic solution in many cases.

Wet Blaster Manufacturers

You can find a number of companies today that are making wet blasters that you can use for your construction needs both large and small. Some of the manufacturers you might want to consider when renting include IBIX, Clemco, KKS, Vapormatt, and Blastline.

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