Looking for a reliable garnet distributor? Sandblast Solutions carries high quality garnet that combines the right hardness, grain size, and density for your blast job.
What is Garnet?
Garnet is a preferred source of abrasive because it does not contain high levels of toxic substances. Garnet abrasives can be used on all types of abrasive blasting jobs, but are popular on stainless steel and other specialty alloys because garnet is free of metallic iron.
Sandblast Solutions utilizes garnet with high recyclability; depending on the application, our garnet can be used up to 10 times.
Benefits of Garnet:
- Superior Hardness
- Low to No Substrate Grit Transfer
- Little Dust Production- allowing a safer environment for confined industrial work
- Fast and Clean Abrasive
- Low Friability
|Coarsest grade for the toughest jobs. Removal of resistant specialist coatings, heavy liners and marine foulings. Ideal on high build coatings of 30 + mils.|
|An engineered blend for superior cleaning on tough jobs. Fast removal of high build up coatings and/or heavy rust.|
|A versatile maintenance grade abrasive. Removal of light-medium coatings and/or rust.|
|An ideal abrasive for new steel, lightly rusted surfaces and thin coatings. Excellent for new construction and surface coating applications.|
|An ideal abrasive for fast gentle cleaning on precision equipment and vulnerable surfaces. Removal of mill scale, surface preparation of stainless steel, aluminum and titanium, as well as etching glass.|
|Softest grade, enabling cleaning and polishing of delicate surfaces as well as cleaning and polishing for softer metals, polishing and lapidary.|
Contact Sandblast Solutions, Inc. for Abrasive Delivery
We deliver our abrasives directly to your job site with other rental equipment and accessories. Garnet abrasive can be purchased in 50 lb bags, 100 lb bags, 3000-4000 lb super sacks, or full truckloads.
Delivery Area: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Washington D.C., and South Carolina.