66 triumph daytona wrote:
Grit (sand)blasting is used for industrial applications such as gates,RSJ etc.Its an aggressive way to remove rust,weld slag and other contaminates pre galvanising or powdercoating,its finish is very rough and a lot of heat is generated from the process(so much so it can destroy and warp thin gauge sheet metal and softer metals like aluminium).Grit blasting is never used by classic car/motorcycle restorers due to this.Grit blasting also leaves residuals that are impossible to fully get rid of.Glass bead/vapour blasting is the preferred option.
I think you have chilled iron in mind, chilled iron is fantastic for heavy stuff but pretty much useless for light stuff and no good for aluminium even heavy aluminium parts. It has good cutting ability and plenty of mass.
When I say grit I mean aluminium oxide[basically hard sand], it cuts and leaves the
ideal surface for powder.
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