Skip Bin sandblasted spray painted to remove rust and old paint Hallam

Skip Bin sandblasted spray painted to remove rust and old paint. Ublast Pty Ltd is located at 136 Abbott Road Hallam. This skip bin needing to be stripped back. It had the old paint and surface rust removed to be spray painted. Ublast sand blasted the bin and put a coat of etch primer on it. This will protect it for the short term until our customer has the time to spray paint it. Now Kinloh Bins will be able to rent the bin out to customers again.

Spray paint steel ute tray

Spray painting a steel ute tray can be a long time consuming process. Luke from Ublast pty ltd recently sandblasted our customer’s Hilux ute tray. The tray had lots of rust and old flaky paint on it so we sand blasted it to clean the surface and get it ready for spray painting. After some time to etch prime the ute tray it is now ready for spray painting 2 pack paint. Check out our video to see what the ute tray looks like now.

Remove powder coating from steel with sandblasting

How to remove powder coating from aluminium iron steel with sandblasting

We have created a short video to show what your steel product will look like before and after sandblasting. Powder coating is one of the best ways to protect your item from the harsh elements and avoid the steel from rust corrosion. There are several ways to remove powder coat. You can remove powder coating with a chemical stripper, abrasive media blasting or burn it off in an oven. When you sandblast powder coating the surface does not need any further preparation.

Sandblasting 4WD chasis etch prime spray paint in hallam

Sandblasting 4WD chasis etch prime spray paint for our customer. Ublast is sand blasting and spray painting this chassis and we are located at 136 Abbott road Hallam

Our customer Matthew sent us an email asking for a company to do the sand blasting on my chassis before I get into the repair work. Matthew suggested in the past that it used to cost him nothing as he had a mate who owned a sand blasting and powder coating business in Melbourne. His mate has since sold the business and moved on with life therefore Matthew searched on the internet for a sandblasting company to help with his needs. Matt’s comments were “I don’t have time to do some sandblasting on the chassis, can you help me?”

After several calls Matthew spoke to Luke and got some idea on pricing to sandblast and paint his chassis. The wheels & tyres are still on the chassis along with the diff. A full restoration is required to restore the 4WD back to it’s original condition. We booked in the chassis and went to work straight away sand blasting all the old paint and rust off the chassis. Once it’s been sand blasted, then we can prepare it for etch primimg and spray painting. When the chassis has been etch primed we will leave it cure overnight and apply a second coat. With 2 coats of etch primer on it Luke can apply the Tu Pac top coats to finish off the protection of the surface.

Sandblasting Glass bricks with aluminium oxide for Monash University

Sandblasting Glass bricks with aluminium oxide. Terry from the Glass Brick Company came to us and asked for Ublast to sandblast the glass bricks he needs for a huge project in the Monash University. These bricks will be on display so the blasting of the bricks have to be consistent with each one having an identical look and feel about them. With a total of 2150 bricks, this is a big job that needs to be completed with the utmost care. Check out our video with the glass bricks.

Sandblasting Spray Painting Trailer

We sandblasted and spray painted this trailer. At Ublast we can help repair any object to make it look new again. Rust never sleeps and over time rust can eat away at the surface and create problems like holes in the metal or steel.

Sandblasted roll dispenser and spray painted

Jeremy from Doncaster Book Binders has asked the team at Ublast Pty Ltd to help make a roll dispenser the staff can use for a cloth fabric. We managed to find a local manufacturing contractor to make the roll dispenser out of tube steel. Jeremy sent a drawing of the size of the roll dispenser they need with the inside diameter of the rolls and the maximum length roll of fabric they will use each time. Once we established the sizes Doncaster Book Binders will us with their fabric rolls, the next step was to have the frame made to specification. The roll dispenser was made from mild tube steel and welded to the correct size. Now the roll dispenser is ready for spray painting however because the roll dispenser has been manufactured from new steel, the paint will not stick to the surface. The quickest way to get the new steel ready for spraying is to sandblast it. Once it has been sand blasted the roll dispenser can be spray painted to make it look brand new and ready for operation. We have a photo of the finished product which has been delivered to Doncaster Book Binders and Jeremy has fitted it onto his working table for the fabric to be cut to size for the books they must prepare for their customers. After some very easy testing Jeremy is extremely happy with his new tool he can use and make working a whole lot easier for his staff to cut their fabric to size. previously the staff had to place the roll of fabric on the table and try to roll out the fabric then cut it. Now the staff can easily roll the fabric out and cut it with ease. This day and age they say to Work smarter not harder so having this new tool should provide that service.
Contact us anytime for the best way to sandblast and spray paint any object or tool you need.

Holden VL car for sandblasting and spray painting

Jake brought his Holden VL into Ublast Pty Ltd and asked “What is the best way to strip my car and get it re sprayed? Rather than stuff around with a bit of rust repair here and paint touch-up there, I’m considering taking it to someone and having it stripped back to bare metal and resprayed in the same 2-pac metallic light blue or crimson red? Obviously the cost would depend on the extent of rust repairs required, but excluding that how much (roughly) would I be looking at to get the full rub back and respray?”
We explained in detail to Jake the most efficient way is to totally strip his car of all the trim, take windscreens out, remove all your interior and exterior parts. Once you have prepared your car, bring it into Ublast and we will start the process of sandblasting it. When the sandblasted car is complete we can clean out all the abrasive, vacuum all the contaminates and start prepping it for spray painting.
You can spend a fortune and end up with a poor job or take it a professional company and get them to do a fantastic job. We want to make sure Jake gets a fantastic job and is happy with the finished product. Preparation of any surface is the key to making sure the paint sticks to the surface properly. With a clean surface the paint will adhere so much better and last a lot longer, there are several ways to remove paint and rust, acid dipping, chemical application and more. The most efficient way is sandblasting. No more preparation is needed after your item has been sandblasted especially for metal items as the surface is back to it’s original state and ready to be etch primed and have base coat and top coat applied.