Today there is an alternative to both sandblasting and chemical stripping. It's called media blasting. Alternative media blasting has become a popular way to strip paint in recent years. Although similar to sandblasting, new media has been developed to allow much greater control over what material is removed and how much is removed. The greatest advantage to the media that our blasting department uses is that it will not warp or pit the metal. Choosing the right professional to gently and carefully remove the old finish is very important. It’s possible for an inexperienced technician to damage or even ruin a part by using improper media or methods that are too aggressive. Our blasting department uses top of the line equipment and competent technicians to ensure every job is cleaned and ready for its next step.
It’s important to consider that your paint job is only as good as the surface preparation of the metal being painted. We are fast, affordable, and safe way to completely strip paint, bondo/body filler, grime, powder coating, rust, and mil-scale from almost any metal surface.
Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Company Blasting Department offers:
The professionals at the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Company Blasting Department have been assisting with the restoration of high end antiques and automobiles for more than 40 years. In the 80's and 90's one of our owners was the premier dealer of antique gas pumps and other petroleum related antiques in the U.S. Virtually every one of these restoration jobs were blasted as a first step in the restoration process.
Our blasting department specializes in removing paint and rust from vehicle sheet metal. We use a specialized blast media to gently and carefully remove the old finish and rust from all surfaces including body panels. If you are thinking about restoring an antique or classic car, call the experts at the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Company and have the paint and rust professionally removed. In the end you will be glad you used an expert that is familiar to precious antiques, to prepare the metal correctly. Taking this step is the best way to ensure the quality and longevity of the new paint.
We strive to meet the demands of the industrial manufacturing industry and we know timelines are tight and per unit costs are even tighter.
Our project management experience, quality equipment, and convenient location near Tulsa, Oklahoma allow us to meet the needs of the commercial manufacturing industry where other blast shops fall short. We take jobs by the pallet load or mounted to flatbed trailers.
No matter what the size of the job we have the equipment and ability to handle the job.
Every blast job requires a surface to be cleaned but some jobs may not require a perfect white metal finish. There are four degrees of cleanliness available on a blast cleaned surface, Brush-off, commercial, near white metal, and white metal. Many shops will bid a job with a white metal finish and then actually provide a commercial finish. Our blasting department will tailor the finish of each job to your needs based on the end use of the product and what if any coating will be added to the surface after blasting. Most importantly we will communicate with you openly every step of the blast process to ensure you are satisfied with the end product.