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2 The soda-blasting process was developed in the late 1980s by a group of New York City engineers who were given the task of restoring the Statue of Liberty. The two primary concerns from the onset of the project were the impact on the environment and not damaging the soft copper plating on the statue. They met these concerns by developing the soda-blasting process, using sodium bi- carbonate (baking soda) as the blast media. The success of the Statue of Liberty restoration brought a lot of attention to the soda-blasting process, and soon, many commercial enterprises were discovering new applications for the process. 2

3 3 Reduce cleaning and restoration costs Reduce or eliminate harmful chemicals Improve environmental foot print Significantly reduce hazards to workers Improve corporate recognition through branding Assist businesses to diversify their services Our growing World Wide Network aims to:

4 4 NON TOXIC NON HAZARDOUS NON FLAMMABLE NON CORROSIVE NON SPARKING ODOURLESS NO VOC BIODEGRADABLE SILICA FREE MOISTURE RESISTANT NON HARM TO EYE OR SKIN pH LEVEL IS 8.4MAX WATER SOLUBLE (after blasting) ENVIROMENTALLY FRIENDLY 100% FOOD GRADE (Hallal Certified) 100% FOOD GRADE (Hallal Certified)

5 5 Mohs Hardness Scale In the Mohs scale, ten common minerals are arranged in order of increasing hardness and assigned numbers: 1)talc 2)Soda (2.5) 3)calcite, Kieserite (magnesium sulfate) (3.5) 4)fluorite, Plastic Media (4), Corn cob (4.5) 5)apatite 6)orthoclase ( feldspar) 7)Silica Sand, Glass, Quartz CRYSTAL GRIT Garnet 8) topaz 9)corundum 10)diamond Soda is effective on most surfaces and will not damage the original surface condition unlike other conventional blasting media

6 6 Paints and epoxy. Paints and epoxy. Mould and mildew. Mould and mildew. Grease, oils and fats. Grease, oils and fats. Baked-on carbon. Baked-on carbon. Scale and slime. Scale and slime. Resurfacing Concrete. Resurfacing Concrete. Calcium deposits. Calcium deposits. Bitumen. Bitumen. Graffiti. Graffiti. Lacquers. Lacquers. Rust stains. Rust stains. Chewing gum. Chewing gum. Powder coating. Powder coating. Steel Steel Glass Glass Copper Copper Brass Bronze Brass Bronze Fibreglass Fibreglass Aluminium Aluminium Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Ceramic Ceramic Rubber Rubber Stone and Brick Stone and Brick Most plastics Most plastics Most Timbers Most Timbers and many more… and many more…

7 7 Soda Blasting is a one step process. NO Degreasing, Soaking, Washing or Heating. Eliminate manual processes - Hand Sanding - Chemical Cleaning - Chemical Stripping - Degreasing - Water Blasting etc Cut the cost of buying chemicals, degreasers, sanding disks and Waste Disposal.

8 8 Aviation Marine Mining Refineries Automotive Bitumen Cleaning Defense Applications Processing Plants Manufacturing Plants Building and Construction Building and Construction Commercial Kitchens and Food Manufacturing Cleaning companies Antique furniture restoration

9 9 Brick Cleaning Cast Iron Structure Cleaning Chewing Gun Removal Concrete Cleaning Deep Flagstone Cleaning Fire Restoration Fountain Cleaning Graffiti Removal Heavily Layered Paint Removal Large Scale Masonry Cleaning Mould Removal Odour Elimination Road Marking Removal Rust Removal Stain Removal Stone and Metal Monument Cleaning Structural Beam Cleaning and Styling Surface Preparation Swimming Pool Cleaning Tiles and Ceramics Wood Restoration Wooden Decking Cleaning Wrought Iron Structure Cleaning

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