• 18/08/2023 0 Comments
    Prep your surfaces the right way

    Thanks to increasing advances in technology, surface preparation has never been easier, or more precise. Surface preparation ensures that surfaces are free from contaminants, corrosion, rust, and old coatings, allowing new materials to adhere effectively.

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  • 10/07/2023 0 Comments
    Sandblasting vs soda blasting

    Sandblasting and soda blasting are two popular methods used in various industries for surface preparation, and both are effective ways to remove dirt, paint, rust, and other contaminants from different surfaces.

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  • 23/06/2023 0 Comments
    What is Shot Blasting? The Key to Efficient Surface Preparation

    Are you looking into shot-blasting solutions? Are you wondering what the process of shot blasting does? What benefits shot blasting give? Or what the application process is like? Our team at Campbell Machinery have compiled all the answers you need from our shot-blasting professionals!

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  • 22/05/2023 0 Comments
    What is metal spraying?

    For decades, we have been offering our clients the means to complete the very highest standard of metal spraying.

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  • 14/02/2023 0 Comments
    What is Bead Blasting

    Along with shot blasting, bead blasting is an industrial cleaning technique we often employ. As experts on bead blasting, we often get questions about this industrial cleaning technique. Therefore, for the convenience of our clients, we have compiled some of the more common bead blasting techniques.

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  • 28/06/2022 0 Comments
    What is shot blasting?

    When we speak of industrial cleaning, we inevitably discuss shot blasting. Shot blasting refers to the shooting of abrasive material using centrifugal or mechanical force; this is in contrast to sandblasting, which uses a different pressurised system. This blog will discuss how shot blasting works and what shot blasting is typically used for.

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  • 10/05/2022 0 Comments
    What is the difference between Shot Blasting and Sand Blasting? – Campbell Machinery Ltd.

    Have you ever heard of the terms Sand Blasting and Shot Blasting and wondered what the difference between the two is?

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  • 16/03/2022 0 Comments
    What is Vapour Blasting?

    One of the first alternatives for sandblasting to appear was vapour blasting. Despite being around for over 70 years, some companies are only now adopting this wet blasting technique.

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  • 15/12/2021 0 Comments
    What is Soda Blasting?

    While terms like sandblasting may have entered popular parlance with most people having some idea what it is, Soda blasting is a different beast entirely. Outside of the construction and paint stripping industry, Soda blasting remains relatively unknown.

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  • 08/12/2021 0 Comments
    What is Sandblasting?

    On the surface, this may seem like a straightforward question, and therefore not worthy of a full blog going into the minutiae of this steel and surface cleaning technique. However, as you will soon learn there is more to sandblasting than what one might expect.

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