Plastic Media Blasting
(PMB) is a dry abrasive blasting process designed to replace chemical paint stripping operations and conventional sand blasting. Chemical paint stripping is primarily used on aircraft by applying chemical gels to the painted surfaces or by dipping the component into a tank of unquelled stripper. The paint and solvent mixture are scraped and washed off with water.
Plastic Media Blasting is performed by All American Powder Coating
in our ventilated booth. PMB is similar to conventional sand blasting except that soft, angular plastic particles are used as the blasting medium. The PMB process propels the plastic media at a much lower pressure (less than 40 psi) than conventional blasting. PMB is well suited for stripping paints, since the low pressure and relatively soft plastic medium have minimal effect on the surfaces under the paint. Tampa Bay
residents can visit us today in Lutz, Florida.