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September 29 - October 3, 2014

How should surface preparation be conducted in non-sparking atmospheres?

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From OM PRAKASH JAT of Galadari Engineering works on November 20, 2014:
Dry ice blasting and wet abrasive blasting are sui more

From Aldrin Cordovez of Kuwait Oil Company on October 9, 2014:
If the area where you are working requires no spar more

From Michael Halliwell of Thurber Engineering Ltd. on October 8, 2014:
Forgive my ignorance here....I do not usually work more

From gilbert urma of HHIC-phil on October 7, 2014:
Water jetting, if appropriate to the area and the more

From Gavin Gooden of BlastOne on October 3, 2014:
The sparks produced by blasting are called “cold s more

From OM PRAKASH JAT of Galadari Engineering works on October 3, 2014:
Prior to starting surface preparation, especially more

From Francis Goss of Steelwind GmbH on October 2, 2014:
Hello, I am assuming that the danger of explosion more

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