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    Blast cabinet dimensions
Improve finishing and forming with Galvan blast cleaning
Our computer controlled blast cleaning system is the
ideal process for cleaning steel prior to forming, shearing, rolling, painting or galvanizing. Our blast cleaning cabinet accommodates materials up to 36" in diameter in any lengths up to 85 feet. The steel shot used produces a smooth, clean surface ready for finishing. For pieces too large for the shot blast cabinet, hand sand blasting with abrasive grit is available.
All work is processed to SSPC or NACE Specifications. Steel Structures Painting Council Specification SSPC-6 to SSPC-10 (near white) is normally produced on the first pass.
Optional blast oil treatment - Ask Galvan to apply MORCOTE 530, a highly-effective, water miscible corrosion inhibitor after blast cleaning. MORCOTE provides excellent protection between operations. A data sheet is available on request.
 Galvan hot dip galvanizing meets all applicable industry standards
ASTM A123 – Standard Specification for Zinc HDG Coatings on Iron and Steel
ASTM A153 – Standard Specification for Zinc Coating HDG on Iron and Steel Hardware
ASTM A143 – Standard Practice Against Embrittlement of HDG Structural Steel Products
ASTM A384 – Standard Practice for Safeguarding Against Warpage and Distortion
ASTM A385 – Standard Practice for Providing High-Quality Zinc Coatings (HDG)
ASTM A767 – Standard Specification for Zinc Coated Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement
ASTM A780 – Standard Practice for Repair of Damaged and Uncoated Areas of Hot-Dip Galvanized Coatings ASTM A6386/D7803 – Paint / Powder Coat after Galvanizing Specifications

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