HYDROBLASTING

Hydroblasting

(also known as hydro demolition, hydroblasting, hydro blasting, hydromilling, waterblasting, and waterjetting) is a concrete removal technique which utilizes high-pressure water to remove deteriorated and sound concrete as well as asphalt and grout.

Hydrocleaning

 All types of surfaces can get dirty from excessive use and abuse, water and air pollution and general exposure to the elements. These surfaces can be cleaned using high pressure water.

Environmental Benefits

Hydrodemolition offers a number of environmental benefits. Hydrodemolition creates no dust pollution, reduces noise pollution, and the water used during the process can be collected after use to minimise any risk of contamination. Recently an innovative technology is available, which allows to clean and reuse the process-water after hydrodemolition.

Completed Hydroblasting Projects

 

Bridgewater YMCA (Bridgewater, NJ)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Bronx Condominium Pool (Bronx, NY)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Central York High School (York, PA)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high pressure 40k PSI to remove grout from tiled pool, then applied new grout to tile

 

Double Tree Hotel (Newark, NJ)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Episcopal Academy (Newtown Square, PA)

Project Details:Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove plaster down to gunite shell

Frog Falls Aquatic Park at Picatinny Arsenal (Wharton, NJ)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating and application of new epoxy paint coating. 

Kennett Square YMCA (Kennett Square, PA)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Courtyard Marriott (Orange, CT)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Somerville YMCA (Somerville, NJ)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove paint coating

Roberto Clemente Park (Brentwood, NY)

Project Details: Waterblasting using ultra high-pressure 40k PSI to remove three layers of plaster coating

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