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Giant Finishing GSB-4836 Slurry Blast Cabinet

Giant Finishing’s GSB-4836 Slurry Blast Cabinets feature 12-gauge stainless steel fabricated heavy-duty laser cut and hand-welded construction.

All Things Media Blasting

Engine building is a segment of the automotive industry that has always been ahead of the curve in media blasting, and no matter the engine shop, cleaning equipment is a common bond.

Soda Blasting to Clean Engines and Parts

Baking soda will safely clean many different types of material including steel, lead, aluminum, plastic, rubber, alloys, masonry, stone, concrete, composites, and more without damaging them.

Soda Blasting
The ARMEX Difference

Non-destructive baking soda abrasives can clump when wet, but ARMEX has a solution. See why its MoistureGuard is an advanced flow aid for your abrasive.

Video: The Advantages of ARMEX

If you consider non-destruction cleaning critical to your shop’s daily routine, ARMEX offers numerous advantages such as not damaging parts and moisture resistance. See how it could help your shop.

Video: ARMEX MoistureGuard8

Non-destructive, baking soda abrasives can clump when wet, but ARMEX has a solution. See why its MoistureGuard is an advanced flow aid for your abrasive.

Video: ARMEX in Action

Clean engine parts quickly and easily with ARMEX baking soda without damaging the part. Watch just how easy it is.

Video: Cleaning with ARMEX

ARMEX soda blasting can clean contaminants off of any size part without damage to the part surface. See why it may be a solution for your shop.

Video: Baking Soda and Non-Destructive Cleaning

The reasons you should consider baking soda when you clean.

Cleaning Components with Baking Soda

There are many different processes for cleaning parts and components before engines can be rebuilt, and engine builders use a variety of cleaning solutions for different reasons. However, the argument can be made that sodium bicarbonate blasting or soda blasting has numerous advantages.

ARMEX (Episode 3) – PRI 2016

Brian Waple of ARMEX provides a firsthand look inside a blast cabinet as baking soda is used to clean an engine part.

ARMEX (Episode 2) – PRI 2016

Brian Waple of ARMEX shows how baking soda can clean engine parts of oils, grease, paints, burnt on carbon and other contaminants with before and after demonstrations.