barn beam blast cleaning

barn beam blast cleaning from ukblast.co.uk

By: ukblast.co.uk  23/11/2011
Keywords: construction, professional cleaning, Cleaning

Beam Cleaning
Dry Ice blasting oak beams and removing old coatings, or simply cleaning the oak beams is a process that can be undertaken without the problem of large amounts of spent abrasive (sand/olivine/soda/glass beed etc) having to be cleaned up after the cleaning process, and eliminates residual sand that remains in the beams.
The process is non abrasive, and enables projects to be completed whilst still in place.

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