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World 1st Abrasive Blasting Technology

As most blasting contractors are aware, abrasive blasting has traditionally been associated with downtime as part of the job, until Apollo Blasting designed newer technology to eliminate downtime and simplify the process of abrasive blasting!

Apollo's Recipe For Success:
Less Air Consumption + More Work Output = $Profit

Learn more about how our technology works here

Apollo Blast Nozzle For Wet Abrasive Blasting Equipment
Wet Blasting Equipment From Apollo USA
Pressure Blast Pot For Sandblasting

As you can see above, Apollo Blasting Systems, vastly simplify the process of abrasive blasting, with a much simpler, more reliable design that improves productivity and increases work output whilst lowering running costs at the same time. For example: On a welded pressure blast pot, each time the operator stops blasting, the pot ("dumps" all the air within its pressure vessel to atmosphere - air that could otherwise be put to use - (blasting). That's air that is costing you or your company money.

In blast room installation utilizing a welded pressure blast pot, the user must stop and wait each time the blast pot must be refilled - this can be for 15-20minutes per each 30minute blasting session - downtime that is unnecessary.

and worst of all, when users experience a "blockage" in their welded pressure vessel blast pot - this often leads to a complete shutdown of blasting operations to "dismantle the "grit valve" and remove the blockage manually - downtime that is

Apollo Blasting systems eliminate all these costly issues inherent with pressure vessel type blasting system in both: Media Blasting Cabinets (Blast Cabinets), and in Portable Blast Pots, for Wet Abrasive Blasting or Dry Blasting Applications, (For example: in a Blast Room Installation). See the video below for quick introduction on how Apollo Abrasive Blasting Systems Work, and how they can add value to your blasting operations.

Apollo Blasting Technical Video, See How It Works..

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