A certain commercial bank building was up for refurbishment in Waterloo, Iowa. Among with other touch ups, the various metal roofs and overhangs were in dire need of recoating. They were made of galvanized steel which had been coated (a challenging process). But the coating no longer inspired confidence in the great financial institution it represented.
The contractor used a vapor blasting system to strip and prepare the surface for a conventional coating. But, when they ran against the problem of flash rust, they did some research and found out about HoldTight 102. They used HoldTight 102 in the pot of the vapor blaster, and then with a wash down without abrasive media afterwards.
The result? Another dustless blasting performance made possible by wet abrasive technology, with no chlorides, no rust left on the surface. HoldTight 102 was proud to contribute to yet another job well done. See the pictures yourself.