Hydro-Blasting
Hydro-Blasting with 40,000 PSI effectively removes all unwanted dirt and debris.
Hydro-Blasting Removal of Plaster
Close up of Hydro-Blasted surface next to a freshly troweled surface
HydroBlasting Tent to Contain Debris

Hydro-Blasting

Our Hydro-Blasting system, also known as High Pressure Water Jetting, offers many advantages over traditional surface preparation methods. Dust control, elimination of ‘micro-cracking’, and an ideal surface for bonding of the new surface are just a few of the benefits identified. This versatile technique allows for different levels of surface removal ranging from complete removal of plaster to the removal of pool paint only.

Hydro-blasting efficiently powers through all layers of debris on the pool shell at 40,000 PSI, removing previous coatings as well as deteriorated or soft sub-surface materials. This creates a jagged substrate, ideal for maximum adhesion of the pool shell to a new coating.  The more variation in the profile of the surface, the stronger the mechanical bond will be between the pool coating and the pool shell. “Scratch coats,” “bond coats,” and sandblasting methods cannot provide the same level of adhesion to the pool shell.

Hydro-Blasting
Hydro-Blasting with 40,000 PSI effectively removes all unwanted dirt and debris.
Hydro-Blasting Removal of Plaster
Close up of Hydro-Blasted surface next to a freshly troweled surface
HydroBlasting Tent to Contain Debris

Hydro-Blasting

Our Hydro-Blasting system, also known as High Pressure Water Jetting, offers many advantages over traditional surface preparation methods. Dust control, elimination of ‘micro-cracking’, and an ideal surface for bonding of the new surface are just a few of the benefits identified. This versatile technique allows for different levels of surface removal ranging from complete removal of plaster to the removal of pool paint only.

Hydro-blasting efficiently powers through all layers of debris on the pool shell at 40,000 PSI, removing previous coatings as well as deteriorated or soft sub-surface materials. This creates a jagged substrate, ideal for maximum adhesion of the pool shell to a new coating.  The more variation in the profile of the surface, the stronger the mechanical bond will be between the pool coating and the pool shell. “Scratch coats,” “bond coats,” and sandblasting methods cannot provide the same level of adhesion to the pool shell.