Got a tough soda blasting job? Take it to the Maxx with the the MaxxStrip 1. The MaxxStrip pots are engineered to offer the highest performance standards under the most demanding operating conditions, while offering unparalleled ease of use and maintenance.
It is much more aggressive for soda blasting than baking soda abrasives, yet safe to use around rotating equipment, bearings and sliding mechanisms. It also will not corrode aluminum jacketing and damage brass or copper electrical contact closures. Each product size is formulated with a proprietary flow aid blend to allow longer shelf life and insure adequate abrasive metering through blast equipment.
The method and media we use can vary, and will depend on the type of surface as well as deposits we are cleaning. We can use just about anything for blasting media, however generally we will use a type of soda called Kieserite which is very soft and produces a very desirable finish on most tiles. The materials used in this process are completely non-toxic and inert; they will not react with the water nor damage any components of your pool, fountain, or water feature.
MaxxStripa soda blast media, which is harder than the scale and calcium build up, knocks off the softer scale and calcium, bounces off the harder tile before settling to the bottom of the pool for removal with the Clean That Pool Tile media extraction system. Following the tile cleaning, the pool's water will hold the blasted calcium in suspension and may appear cloudy. The pool's filter will effectively filter the calcium with in the first 24 hours.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. The Carburetor Hopper is compact, light weight and very cost effective. The media funnel and media carburetor work together to create a strong push - pull suction on the media which is lifted out of the trash can hopper and into the media hose where it is mixed with the pressure washer's jet stream.
The Mr. Able to accommodate many types of media, this kit is simple yet powerful. A sand stake can be inserted into the desired media.
Unsure of what blasting media you need? Ideal for fire damage restoration, smoke damage restoration, mold removal, food processing, building restoration, graffiti removal on non-industrial surfaces, and automotive parts restoration. Rounded granuals and a compatible chemical structure make Calcium Carbonate ideal for granite, marble, masonry and limestone-based restoration.
MaxxStrip blast media, also known as Kieserite, is a unique mineral imported from Germany. Our supplier turns the raw mineral into an engineered product by screening it to ensure uniform particle size distribution and adding anti-clumping technology to ensure constant flow occurs while blasting. MaxxStrip is classified as a soft, water soluble media, and works well in many situations, especially pool projects and any other environment which requires a neutral pH solution MaxxStrip is used as a fertilizer in Europe and will not harm any surrounding landscaping.
Texas EnviroBlast offers a mobile pool tile and water feature Calcium removal service. Our specially designed system and specially formulated abrasive will remove and clean pool tile, pebble tec, jacuzzi and water features. We do not use pressure washers and glass beads for this service, that combination will damage your tile. We use a soft abrasive at very low pressure to remove the calcium.