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The following experts are available as wet abrasive blast cleaning consultants and wet abrasive blast cleaning expert witnesses.  ORC experts are peer-recommended authorities who have been carefully selected and rigorously screened.
    Definition:  Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning - An abrasive blast cleaning operation in which water is added. Water may be injected into the abrasive stream or applied externally to the abrasive stream as it exits the blast nozzle. Wet abrasive blast cleaning creates less dust than open abrasive blast cleaning. Inhibitors may be added to the water or used in a follow-up rinse to prevent flash rusting.

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Expert in Abrasive Blast Cleaning, Sandblasting, Wet Blasting, Automated Blasting Process
Expert has nearly 30 years of experience designing abrasive blasting equipment. He has also developed many products and devices for the industry to enhance the process, address ergonomic issues and automate the handling of parts to be blasted. See full profile

Wisconsin (WI), USA


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