Blasting - Fine Blast

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IndianaJones
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Blasting - Fine Blast

Post by IndianaJones » Sat 23 Jul 2016, 17:42

Saw their ad on Gumtree...

"Fine Blast specialises in surface preparation, using blast mediums that
contain no silica or free metals. We have years of experience in the
blasting industry, which enables us to guarantee customer satisfaction
by applying our experience of the correct blasting and coating
applictions - adding years of value to the customer's restoration work.


We specialize in abrasive grit blasting, glass bead blasting and industrial coatings.
Using these blasting methods, we are able to efficiently prepare a
wide variety of surfaces, suiting the customer's requirements. Some of
the surfaces and products include the following:

Steel, cast iron, aluminium, stainless steel, etc.
Glass, plastic, tiles, wood, etc.
Machinery, steel fabrications, stainless steel equipment, etc.
Classic car and l.d.v. bodies, chassis, and parts
Artifacts, casting, motor cycles, etc.
Marine coatings and applications

http://www.fineblast.co.za/ "

Anyone here familiar with the company, or made use of their services?
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Re: Blasting - Fine Blast

Post by Ranger1 » Sat 23 Jul 2016, 20:27

I've used them once or twice. Not for bodywork though, my diff was blasted and coated with an epoxy primer. A father and son team. There are always cars there though.

Mark

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Re: Blasting - Fine Blast

Post by Chev58 » Sun 24 Jul 2016, 11:46

Hi Ranger,
I have used them to blast & prime my 58 chevy apache, all body parts and 2 boxes full of brackets & fittings and some bike parts about 2 months ago.
Johnny & Ben have been doing this for 25 years and did thy a sterling job with no damage to my parts & panels and the zink rich "marine" grade epoxy primer they use onto the raw steel is absolutely brilliant stuff, until you start with your weld repairs in the spots you thought were still good - you will have to grind this primer off to do any form of welding, but the coated panels and parts can now be stored indefinitely until you build/repair work progresses and you can use your fillers and primers directly over this coating(after cleaning/scuffing it).
I can highly recommend their services.

I would add some pics if I could figure out how to get them loaded :evil:
58 Chevy Apache

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Re: Blasting - Fine Blast

Post by Ranger1 » Sun 24 Jul 2016, 20:46

When talking to them and getting prices I thought that they were very reasonable.

Mark

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