Abrasive blasting

Abrasive blasting is the operation of cleaning or preparing a surface by forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against it. Usually explained as the use of a material against another material to make it smoother, remove surface contaminants or to roughen a surface. It is also the appropriate term for what is known as glass bead blasting, sandblasting, sand carving, sodablasting or shot blasting.
Abrasives:
Brown Aluminum Oxide
Coal Slag
Boron Carbide
White Aluminum Oxide
Copper Slag
Optical Powders
Glass Beads
Crushed Glass
Lapping Abrasives
Silicon Carbide
Corn Cob
Peening Media
Steel Shot
Walnut Shell
Ceramic Tumbling Media
Steel Grit
Jet Mag
Plastic Tumbling Media
Stainless Steel Shot
Ceramic Shot
Vibratory Compounds
Stainless Steel Cut Wire
Plastic Blast Media
Steel Burnishing Media
Zinc Cut Wire
Cerium Oxide
Coated Abrasives
Sodium Bicarbonate
Calcines Aluminas
Bonded Abrasives
Garnet
Diamond Pastes & Slurries
Non-Woven Abrasives