Abrasive blasting

Abrasive blasting


Abrasive blasting is the easiest way to clean surfaces.

Glassbead blasting


Glassbead blasting is generally used to smoothen lightmetal surfaces.


Wood blasting


Wood blasting is a unique operation, because the material is much softer than most of metals. We use abrasive blasting on wooden surfaces if there is no way to grind, or if the shape is too big and complex.



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Welcome to the Sandblast Hungary Corporation! My team provides surface cleaning methods, in order to make any material nice and smooth. With my professional technology, rust will disappear in seconds.

The workshop is located in Budapest-Csepel, where actually the industrial area may receive unlimited size of workpieces, but we are tend to use our sandblast cabin whenever it's possible. Our huge cabin section's holding capacity is big enough to handle up to 1500mm x 1000mm objects. The company site is in the 21. district of Budapest, but with our footloose, portable blast machines we are able to take jobs cross-country. barazgergo@hotmail.com - 06-70-322-4481

The technology

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Abrasive blasting is the operation of forcibly propelling stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants like rust, or old paint. We use compressed air to to propel the media. With this technology we can restorate almost every surface, such as iron, aluminium, copper, brass, wood or even stone.


Our workshop's well equipped cabinet section receives compressed air from high performance axial compressors, which can provide 220psi of continuous pressure. The media we use is mainly silica sand, which can be used as a type of mineral abrasive. For mild treatment soft media is also available - glassbead, fruit kernels, etc. barazgergo@hotmail.com - 06-70-322-4481

  • Abrasive blasting
  • Glassbead blasting
  • Alpintechnic
  • Paint preparation