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6 years 2 months ago #193223 by Tired Iron
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Learned Folks
Anybody had experience with this?
Saw it on YouTube-blasting the original Boeing 707 test aircraft & repainting before placing in museum.
Wiki research shows maybe used mostly in Food Prep factories, and electronics industry.
Just curious.
Thanks in advance

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6 years 2 months ago #193228 by JOHN.K.
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An expensive waste of time....unless you have a 707maybe..........as far as I can see ,the only real use is for blasting paint off glass....For anything else there are various media that are recyclable,and a fraction of the price....Lot of dipsticks rushed into expensive franchises doing this,and did their axxxxes.

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6 years 2 months ago #193236 by asw120
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It's good where you can't have runoff, or sand going everywhere. We have used it for onsite escalator truss cleandowns (with all the steps out). I'm told it worked fine, didn't do it myself though. We were removing years of accumulated dirt and oil.

Jarrod.


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6 years 2 months ago #193241 by dieseldog
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My brother in law does it for a living. He cleans water reservoirs and treatment plants.

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