What do you do about the dust?

Contain that dust!

In air driven applications, soda blasting can be used dry or wet. When used wet with water as a dust suppressant, dust will generally fall within 10 feet of the work piece. When used dry, in a portable application, containment for migrating dust may be required or other mitigating measures such as negative air chambers or air scrubbers can be used. In process production or remanufacturing applications, glove box units, or fully contained cabinet systems, blast rooms or partial enclosures are available. At Kelso, we have two large blast booths within which dust is contained.

Kelso Restoration will get your project done right the first time. With offices in Milton and Ottawa, we are happy to service not only the Greater Toronto area and eastern Ontario, but also the entire of Ontario and beyond. Give us a call today.

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What We Offer

Media we use We provide abrasive blasting with a wide spectrum of environmentally safe products and can advise you on the best solution for your requirements.
Surfaces we clean Our cleaning methods are effective for cleaning the interior and exterior of all types of surfaces including steel, masonry, machinery and much more.
What we remove We can remove almost anything: paint, surface rust, scale, graffiti, corrosion, contaminants, fire damage (black soot and ordour), grease, grit and sludge.
Industries we serve We service all industries including auto restoration, fire and mold restoration, food equipment, graffiti removal, pavement marking and line removal and more.
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