Abrasive cleaning prepares your parts for painting—and our team aims to accomplish projects of all scopes and sizes

Sandblasting is how we got our start here at Colonial. First, it was our own farm equipment. Then, the neighbors. As demand grew, so did our operation. And now, nearly 45 years later, we have the capacity to tackle any abrasive cleaning project that we come across.

We pride ourselves on staying ahead of the industry, surpassing our competition with upgrades of the latest abrasive cleaning machines. This way, we can provide our customers with timely, accurate, and thorough service.

If you’re looking for a partner, we’re here for you. By using top-notch abrasive cleaning to prepare your part, we can ensure a smooth, clean application of paint to make sure your part achieves a perfect finish.

At Colonial, we have a variety of equipment and media available to meet your cleaning needs so that multiple parts of almost any size can be accommodated. Our team has many environmentally-friendly and efficient abrasive cleaning machines. No matter your needs or the scope of the project, we’re here for you.

Our machines include:

  • A 26-cubic foot tumble blast machine, capable of cleaning up to 4,000 pounds per batch of heavy castings or rough weldments
  • A 6-cubic foot rubber belt, tumble blast machine for lightweight and delicate parts
  • A 60-inch table-based blast machine that allows for 360-degree access for cleaning
  • An 8-wheel, vertical descaling machine for large part abrasive cleaning with a monorail or continuous flow roller system
In addition to automated cleaning, we can also utilize numerous types of pressure blasting which can accommodate virtually any size of part or component. Our team has access to media such as: steel grit, steel shot, aluminum oxide, garnet, and glass bead. Other media is available upon request.
If your project requires a specific media, Colonial can assemble the right process to meet your firm’s requirements. Give our team a call at 419-659-5639 to discuss your project.