Jakob Albertsen Komposit A/S will be the leading surface treatment company in Denmark delivering functional coating to the industrial sector.
A great number of references for Sponge Jet are already available, from offshore platforms and refineries, power stations and nuclear plants. In most cases, Sponge Jet is used because it does not generate dust and does not inconvenience people in the immediate vicinity. In power plants, Sponge Jet is used to clean turbine blades or for the decontamination of irradiated objects.
Sponge Jet is also particularly suitable for cleaning tanks. The reason for this is that the product does not generate dust, which means that it is simple to keep track of the progress and quality of the cleaning. In addition, a major advantage of the system is that there is hardly any rebound from the medium, so blasting can be performed without the need for specialist safety equipment.
Both the American navy and the British Royal Air Force have already adopted the Sponge Jet system, largely because it provides excellent conditions for the subsequent coating. The air force uses Sponge Jet to strip away the top layer of paint so that the composite material of the aircraft can be checked for cracks and damage. For a complete list of references, visit www.spongejet.com