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Request a Quote100% Recycled Crushed Glass Media
 

 

What is it?

Crushed Glass"ESCA Glass" blasting media is an engineered "sandblasting" media manufactured from 100% Recycled Bottle Glass. Crushed glass is a good general purpose abrasive and is approved for use in numerous federal and state government agencies, and military branches. ESCA Glass works great in both slurry-systems and dry-blast equipment.

Eco and Operator-friendly Blasting Media

100% recycled glass eliminates the health risk of airborne carcinogens. It is non-hazardous, non-toxic and completely inert, so is safe to use around water. Glass dust is classified by OSHA/NIOSH as only "nuisance" dust because it contains less than 1% free silica. Glass also does not contain virtually any of the OSHA identified Heavy/Toxic Metals associated with slags and some other mineral abrasives like natural olivine. Lastly, since glass is translucent, visibility and productivity are significantly improved when compared to a blast environment using traditional hard abrasives.

Before and After

How can glass be silica-free?

Recycled bottle glass is chemically known as Amorphous Silica. Free-silica is commonly found in traditional blasting sand and other hard abrasive sandblasting medias. Silica-sand dust in its natural state has an "open"crystalline structure that has the capability of sticking to lung tissues. When this happens, the likelihood of developing a serious respiratory disease called Silicosis increases. Because our recycled glass blast media is amorphous, its crystalline structure is "closed", which makes it impossible to physically stick to human lung tissue. When a person is exposed to amorphous glass fines or dust, the body will expel the dust as it would any other type of natural dirt.

Benefits of Glass Blasting

In addition to worker safety benefits, crushed glass delivers a natural, whiter metal finish than many other sandblasting abrasives, and significantly decreases embedment issues—up to 5 times less than slag blast media. Glass works great for removing typical coatings and other surface preparation applications. Glass is versatile, and can be used as a dry blasting media or combined with water for use in slurry blasting machines.

SAVE MONEY TOO! Crushed glass is less dense than other sandblasting medias. This means greater productivity due to more blast time between pot refills AND less material will be used, which reduces both disposal and media costs.

Technical Info:

Crushed glass comes in four different mesh sizes to suit your blasting needs.

 Mesh

 Hardness

 Profile

 Formula

 Applications

 70 - 100

 6

 .5 - 1 mil

 Fine

 “light” sandblasting, aluminum

 50 - 80

 6

 1 - 2 mil

 Med/ Fine

 Paint and rust removal, log homes

 30 - 70

 6

 1.5 - 2 mil

 Medium

 Paint and rust removal, pools

 10 - 40

 6

 3 mil

 Coarse

 Heavy duty sandblasting

Ordering Info:

  • Packaged in 50 lb bags
  • Full skid contains (56) 50 lb bags
  • FOB Hatfield, PA  (Philadelphia Area)

For more information or to place an order, contact us or request a quote.

 

 

 
 
 

ESCA Blast
1330 Industry Road· Hatfield, PA 19440
Phone: 1.800.699-ESCA (3722)

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