Hard Rock Garnet’s unique characteristics improve production rates, reduce abrasive usage, and lower disposal and clean-up costs. The angular shape, hardness, and bulk density of Hard Rock Garnet provides fast cutting, ideal for removing thick coatings and producing deeper surface profiles. The extremely low chloride levels of Hard Rock Garnet reduces surface contamination versus Alluvial Beach Garnets. Typical applications include blast rooms, blast yards, bridges, offshore platforms, oil refineries, pipelines, railcar shops, shipyards, storage tanks, and water towers.
Hard Rock Garnet’s angular shape, hardness, and bulk density provides fast cutting ability, significantly increasing the amount of square feet per hour that can be blasted. This increase in production will lower your labor hours and expedite blasting.
LOW CHLORIDE LEVELS
Hard Rock Garnet is a mined mineral, mined from veins below the Earth’s surface. Due to the location where Hard Rock Garnet is mined the exposure to sources of chlorides is low. This extremely low level of chlorides, less than 0.5 ppm, reduces the risk of surface contamination.
REDUCED ABRASIVE CONSUMPTION
The cutting ability of Hard Rock Garnet will increase production rates and reduce abrasive consumption, significantly reducing shipping costs, clean-up labor, and disposal costs.