Sand blasting & Powder Coating Brisbane

Preparing and providing durable, high-quality finishes with our 100-metre-long powder coating line, spray booth and large batch heating oven.

Sand Blasting Brisbane

At Langford Metal, we’re experts at sand blasting and powder coating in Brisbane. When you need the perfect finish for your metal structure, we’ve got you covered with our comprehensive Brisbane powder coating services. However, we understand that successful powder coating is an intricate task and therefore, we ensure that our sand blasting process is done precisely and will prepare your metal structure for any future powder coating. While we specialise in creating your desired metal structure, we’re just as interested in finishing your product correctly so that it exceeds your expectations. Therefore, we prepare and provide durable, high-quality finishes with our 100-metre-long powder coating line, spray booth, and large batch heating oven.

Powder Coating Brisbane

Powder coating provides a durable, high-quality finish and Langford Metal can protect and decorate anything from aluminium extrusions to fabricated steel frames with powders from the Dulux, Interpon, Jotun and Oxy-Tech colour ranges.

Our 100-metre-long self-automated powder coating line includes a de-ionising pre-wash, a drying oven, the main oven and reciprocal powder coating guns. All powder coated products have an accredited 10-year warranty.

Additionally, our heavy industrial powder coating booth provides a 31 cubic metre capacity, with direct access to a large batch heating oven which can be extended up to 6.5 metres.

Sand blasting prepares metal surfaces for powder coating by removing rust and smoothing contours, enabling a longer-lasting finish. With a 31 cubic metre capacity booth, we can sand blast virtually anything. When you need sand blasting and powder coating services that enhance the final value of your metal product and increase its lifecycle, contact us at Langford Metal.

Why is Sand Blasting Important?

The process of sand blasting is incredibly essential when you want a smooth, impressive finish from either paint or powder coating. Sand blasting will clean the surface – ensuring that any unwanted rough edges, coatings, and corrosions are removed. This results in a high-quality finish for your metal product. Once the sand blasting is completed, the surface needs to be thoroughly cleaned to remove any traces of dirt, grease or sand that may interfere with the powder coating process. Nearly all your metal projects will need sand blasting to achieve the desired outcome and therefore, getting assistance from a leader in the metal industry is paramount. Choose our team at Langford Metal for superior sand blasting services that will prepare your product for the perfect finish.

The Purpose Of Powder Coating

Powder coating provides a high-quality finish on your metal products. It’s the next step after sand blasting and ties the overall design of your project together. Utilising a powder coating can create a more durable finish than what a liquid solution can provide and also allows for a more attractive look. With powder coating, your product will be more resistant to the long-term impact of moisture, chemicals, ultraviolet light, and other weather conditions. Therefore, your product will be protected against the risk of scratches, chipping, corrosion, and fading. With its increased longevity, powder coating is a smart choice when wanting a finish that is both durable and looks good.

Why Choose Our Sand Blasting And Powder Coating Services

When you team up with Langford Metal for your sand blasting and powder coating needs, we ensure that you’re receiving reliable, professional, and high-quality services. We’ve gained 70 years of experience in the metal industry, meaning that we know how to create the perfect finish for a product and utilise our skills to meet and even exceed your expectations. Here are just some of the reasons why you should consider choosing us for your sand blasting and powder coating needs:

• We’re a team of trained professionals with advanced knowledge about metal production and finishing
• We utilise the latest technologies to provide the best results
• We’re dedicated to our work and guarantee only the best in the Brisbane area
• Affordable services for both sand blasting and powder coating
• Efficient with both project management and customer service
• We take all your ideas and thoughts into consideration – ensuring that you’re in full control of the design and finishing process

We take your sand blasting and powder coating needs seriously and therefore, are committed to providing the best services we can offer. We don’t take short-cuts and refuse to finish a project without knowing if we’ve fully met your expectations and that you’re satisfied with our work. Therefore, for the perfect finish on your metal project, choose our team at Langford Metal.

FAQs

Where can you buy blasting sand?

You can buy blasting sand from most hardware stores such as Bunnings. Different types of blasting media will work better for various jobs. If you are unsure how your material will handle sandblasting, start with a gentler medium and work your way up towards the more abrasive media. If you need a professional to help with your sandblasting needs, don’t hesitate to call Langford Metal today. We are experts in sandblasting and powder coating, and we can ensure the best results for your sandblasting needs.

How does a sandblasting machine work?

Sandblasting machines work to clean metal surfaces by abrading them with finely ground sand. This is done by using a high pressured air gun that fires out the sand at a very high velocity. Sandblasters typically have a ceramic barrel or another type of interior coating to prevent the sand from eroding the machine over time. Through consistent pressure, the sand that ejects out of the sandblaster works to remove the materials on the surface of the metal.

What is sandblasting?

Sandblasting is a process that uses a machine to spray abrasive finely ground sand under high pressure onto a surface. Most commonly, sandblasting is used to remove rust, paint, or any other unwanted materials from metal surfaces. As the sand particles hit the metal, they create a smoother and more even texture.

Sand is used because of its rough and gritty nature. For example, sandpaper contains many sand particles, and rubbing it onto a surface will create a smoother texture. Similarly, sandblasting uses sand particles in a very similar way, except instead of friction through rubbing, it uses heavily pressurised sand.

How can you make a sandblasting machine?

Even though it may seem appealing to DIY a sandblasting machine to save a bit of money, sandblasting can be a hazardous process. If you attempt to make a sandblasting machine yourself, your device will likely result from poor manufacturing. This can lead to severe health and safety hazards. We strongly recommend obtaining a sandblasting machine instead. If you are on a budget, sandblasting machines are available at a variety of price points. Alternatively, consider employing the skills of a professional sandblaster to complete your sandblasting job for you.

What is the finest sandblasting grit I can buy?

Glass beads are one of the finest sandblasting grit you can get. They are useful if you want a very smooth, bright finish. Glass beads are often made from fine soda-lime glass and are recyclable. This means you can use them up to 100 times before needing replacement, making them a very cost-effective option for sandblasting.

However, when choosing a sandblasting medium, it is essential to look at other factors aside from grit. Media are made of various materials, including walnuts, glass, steel, garnet and more. Each has a different hardness, size, and working speed that will suit other sandblasting uses.

What is a sandblasting machine?

Sandblasting uses highly pressured compressed air to propel media onto the surface of the project. A sandblasting machine is typically made up of four basic components: the air source, the sandblasting cabinet, the dust collector and the blasting media. The air source is usually an air compressor or bottle gas. The sandblasting cabinet holds the object that is being blasted. This ensures a closed system for sandblasting and will prevent the blasting media from getting on your skin or into your respiratory system. The dust collected is attached to the cabinet and is used to remove the dust inside. The blasting media is whatever material is being used for sandblasting.

Contact Us Today

A metal related project isn’t complete without the right finishing process. At Langford Metal, we specialise in sand blasting and powder coating to ensure your product is smooth, designed perfectly, and can withstand any tough conditions it may encounter. We build for longevity and take pride in our finishing services to ensure our customers receive the best we have to offer. Start your project right now with a free estimate. For more information on our sand blasting and powder coating techniques, contact us today or call us on 07 3088 9274.

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    Phone: 07 3088 9274

    Email: sales@langfordmetal.com.au

    Address: 44 Curtin Avenue West, EAGLE FARM, QLD 4009.