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Australian Enviroblast | Adelaide Abrasive Blasting | Noble Pearl Case Study

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Marine Abrasive Blasting Case Study
The Noble Pearl, a 25.61m fishing boat, is one of fifteen vessels owned and operated by Raptis. It was up for its two-year survey, which involved wet abrasive blasting and re-coating both above and below the water line.

The first step was to give the entire boat a pressure wash and to clean it up below the water line. We then undertook spot abrasive blasting in places, which involves feathering over a particular spot to clean out the rust. This was followed by sweep blasting, where we wave over the entire surface.

Following abrasive blasting, we then applied new coatings to the boat. The first layer was high-build epoxy everywhere both above and below the water line. We then applied a polyurethane top coat above the water line, while below the water line received a tie coat. This was then followed by two coats of anti-foul paint. In this process, we use two-pack industrial marine coatings. We then completed the job by painting in the draft and plim…

Australian Enviroblast | Adelaide Abrasive Blasting | Jadran Case Study

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Abrasive Blasting for Shipping
Jadran is a 22m prawn trawler out of Port Adelaide and Wallaroo that was up for its two-year survey.

This video records our wet abrasive blasting, using the Quill Falcon Kiwkblast Precision Dustless Blasting System, repainting with anti-foul paint and the application of marine industrial coating above and below the water line. The video and photos includes shots from before, during and after.

Learn more about our marine wet abrasive blasting services: www.australianenviroblast.com.au/applications/case-study-shipping.html