All posts by: Chris King

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LOW PRESSURE OAK BEAM CLEANING These beams have undergone abrasive blasting or sand blasting with very low pressure. This job was conducted in the North Bedfordshire area on a building with a timber frame construction. These beams had been covered with many types of paints, stains, coating and fillers, over the years.   The blast […]

OAK SAND BLASTING (ABRASIVE BLASTING) Using low pressure abrasive blasting to remove old varnish and stain from oak structures. Abrasive blasting or (Sand Blasting) can produce stunning results in the hands of the correct operator. At CJK we specialise in this type of restoration style cleaning. These types of job really do showcase just how […]

ABRASIVE BLASTING CAST ALUMINIUM GARDEN FURNITURE LOW PRESSURE BLASTING CAST ALUMINIUM ITEMS AS PART OR A RESTORATION PROJECT These items have undergone blasting to remove ageing paint that has started to flake. The castings are of such quality, they really warrant being restored fully . All the items have been low pressure blasted in order […]

SAND-BLASTING NATURAL STONE Abrasive blasting stone slabs in order to create a surface profile (non slip) SURFACE PREPARATION This hard natural stone, has undergone high pressure blasting @ CJK, in order to create a non slip surface. Abrasive blasting or sand-blasting is great for surface preparation & cleaning of this nature ” CJK WHERE QUALITY […]

SAND-BLASTING  Abrasive blast cleaning assorted items, as part of restoration projects. HIGH PRESSURE These assorted items have undergone normal high pressure media blasting with a general purpose blast media. OUTCOME They are now prepared for the next process or repairs. After general blasting, the items are in great condition to inspect them prior to paint, […]

ABRASIVE BLASTING – CAST IRON CHIMNEY POTS Recently CJK has been involved in Abrasive Blasting historic cast iron chimney pots. HIGH PRESSURE BLASTING These chimney pots are going through a restoration process, by having multiple layers of thick coatings removed, by high pressure blasting. OBJECTIVE The goal is to blast  these historic chimney pots back […]