Automated Blasting Systems, Inc. Launches New Website
Automated Blasting Systems, Inc.
46 Schweir Rd.
South Windsor, CT, 06074
Press release date: August 28, 2012
Automated Blasting Systems, Inc. is located in South Windsor, Connecticut just launched their new website www.autoblast.com. ABS specializes in custom automated, semi-automated & manual wet basting system manufacturing. We are in close proximity to major interstates and highways, the railroad, ground transportation, and airports. Our services, including manufacturing of custom machines, are done in-house. Our staff is composed of technicians, engineers, skilled workers and craftsmen, Automated Blasting Systems, Inc. provides solutions to customer problems by process development, concept, and the demonstration of both process and concept in its engineered systems design. We warranty our workmanship and the performance of our systems.
The following statements encapsulate our commitments to each and every customer:
ˇ Our equipment will perform to your specifications and we warrantee it.
ˇ We shall supply only the highest quality products in a timely manner.
ˇ Our service will be second to none.
ˇ We provide our customers with state of the art technology equipment that is 100% backed by engineering support and service to insure day to day operation.
ˇ New concepts and technologies are continually being researched.
ˇ As a problem solving customer oriented company we offer our customers integrated turnkey systems using equipment and technologies from others in line with our own to solve problems.
ˇ We stock and deliver components and parts to meet our customer requirements in a timely manner minimizing production interruptions.
ˇ We will never be #2.
WET BLASTING HISTORY
The first known applications for wet blasting date back to pre-civil war times. Lamp makers used wet blasting as a means of stenciling glass chimneys for oil lamps. the lamp makers realized a finer etch and extended stencil life using a wet blast. The expansion of wet blasting applications came with the further development of the turbine engine in the 1930's and 40's. Scientist realized that smoother surface finishes on airfoil surfaces increased the power and efficiency of the engine. Wet blasting with micro-fine media gave them the surface finishes they needed. Full use of wet blasting is recorded in 1940. Although existing wet blasting processes had already been developed, more versatility with built in degreasing was put in use. In addition, dust and strong chemicals were virtually eliminated. Today's VaquaŽ wet blasting processes are being continually researched and developed for higher performance, automation, and increased productivity.