The IBIX® Maritime blasting boiler is indispensable on board. Thanks to the handy model and the perfect result, the IBIX® is increasingly replacing rust chipping and scraping. The IBIX® Maritime is easily connected to the compressor on board. The biggest advantage is the speed of work, even in hard-to-reach places. The blasted surface is the perfect surface for a new coat of paint for many years. Blasting is therefore the only way to completely remove rust without leaving miniscule rust particles in the bare steel. It is not without reason that the large shipping companies have also switched to IBIX®.

Applications

Some examples of the possibilities of the IBIX® system on board the ship:

  • Effectively remove rust
  • Remove all paint and rust in hard-to-reach places
  • Blast and roughen existing well-adhered paint layers
  • Also remove very thick rust formation
  • Dust-free blasting using an extraction mold or water spray

Benefits

The benefits of the IBIX® system on board the ship:

  • Low compressed air consumption
  • Very effective and fast way of working
  • Perfect surface for a new coat of paint
  • No heavy physical strain
  • Also rust hard to reach places
  • Also removes stubborn rust
  • Fast and thorough removal of paint layers

References

  • SCHEEPSREPARATIE FRIESLAND

    Ship repair Friesland has 25 years of experience in the field of ship rebuilding and repair. The IBIX® 25 blasting machine is used for the removal of rust, the blast cleaning of welds and the complete refurbishment of a ship. Thanks to the IBIX® 25 it is possible to quickly and thoroughly remove old paint and rust layers, even in hard-to-reach places. Thanks to the compact design, the unit is very quickly ready for use to be able to treat even smaller areas quickly and adequately.

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