From small parts to bridges, if it can be sandblasted Hanco can do it.
Hanco uses specialized abrasives such as copper slag, iron oxide, baking soda, dry ice, corn, walnut shells and recycled glass. Our specially designed equipment can prepare and restore just about any surface that requires abrasive blasting. We provide both mobile and in-shop service.
An example of just some of the things that we blast:
- heavy equipment
- swimming pools
- structural steel
- small parts
- fire damage
Using baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and low air pressure we are able to soft media blast most delicate parts. Hanco uses soda blasting for automotive restoration, fire restoration, marine and aviation cleaning.
Dry Ice Blasting
Using dry ice pellets in the form of rice and air pressure this industrial cleaning system is non-abrasive, non toxic and completely dry with no residual blast media clean up. Hanco uses this system for mould removal, fire restoration and the cleaning of sensitive equipment.
Micro-Abrasive Blast Cleaning
Using micro fine abrasives, very low air pressure and specialized nozzles, Hanco has cleaned the brick and stone on such buildings as:
- the Royal Canadian Mint
- the National Library of Canada
- the Museum of Civilization
- the Bruyere Hospital
- 40 Elgin Street - The Home of the National Capital Commission
- The Supreme Court of Canada
- The Government Printing Bureau of Canada
as well as many other historic, residential and commercial buildings.
Automotive Stripping - Antique Auto Stripping
Hanco can remove paint from antique vehicles by soda blasting or micro-abrasive blasting. These methods are designed to remove paint and coatings without damaging or warping the metal surface.
Hanco can remove paint and coatings from fibreglass and steel boats without damaging the surface,utilizing soda or micro-abrasive blasting.We provide both mobile and in-shop service.
Road Line Removal
Log Home Cleaning
Hanco uses soda blasting, micro-abrasive blasting and dry ice blasting to remove paint, staining and to clean log and wood structures.