Abrasive Blasting in Perth

What is Abrasive Blasting?

Abrasive blasting is a technique used to prepare and clean a surface. This is completed by using a high-pressure spray of steam onto a dirty damaged surface. This technique not only cleans the area but also smooths or roughens the surface, can shape the surface and remove any unwanted foreign matter.

BUSS utilises the abrasive blasting technique for the preparation of steel and other materials for a new coating. It is also used to remove corrosion deposits and previously applied coatings, as well as a finishing process. Furthermore, it can be used to apply a non-slip surface to walkways and high foot traffic areas.

BUSS use special high-pressure abrasive tools and steel grit for a superior finish, in accordance with our client specific requirements.


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BUSS Abrasive Blasting and Joint Sealing Capabilities

BUSS has extensive experience in abrasive blasting and sandblasting in Perth. Our team have the facilities to accommodate items of all sizes, from structural steel items, mining equipment to smaller projects. BUSS’ joint sealing capabilities include:

Protective Coating

The most frequent use for protective coatings is for when there is steel corrosion such as bridges or exposed platforms. Protective coatings can also be used for fire resistance purposes.

Sandblasting Concrete

This is when we forcibly spray a heavy pressured stream of water onto the steel or concrete to either smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape the surface or remove any build up of condiments.

Non-slip profiling

An abrasive blast will remove any existing coatings or can be used to expose the aggregate for the purpose of aesthetic value (such as decorative patterns). The non-slip profiling is a to result with the desired texture of the ‘profile’ of the concrete surface.

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BUSS compliments the preparation of abrasive blasting with the application of industrial coating systems designed to protect concrete and steel surfaces from corrosion, weathering, acid or fire. Coating systems include silicone, zinc, epoxy and polyurethanes.

With two decades of experience, BUSS have done numerous projects that utilise this technique and works have been executed to the highest of industry standards.

At BUSS, we approach each project and circumstance differently, as each project has different needs. Only an on-site inspection can verify the scope of work that would be applicable to the property for abrasive blasting.

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