Protecting your horticultural and agricultural machinery is what we do at Tauranga Sandblasting. We clean grime, rust or old paint off its metal surfaces and cover it with an effective protective coating where appropriate, so you can have your farm equipment looking good and doing their job for as long as possible.
We make sure we do the job quickly, and on the day and time we said we would. That way your machinery can be productive till the last moment and be back in the field as scheduled.farm
It doesn't matter if it's a tractor, mower or harvester, a plough, pump or water ram. You can entrust it to us and know it will be cared for and come out perfectly, ready for years of more use.
What we can do for you.
The team at Tauranga Sandblasting are experts at removing rust, paint, soil, oil and grime build up from metal surfaces – whether on bodywork, chassis, moving parts or working surfaces. Abrasive blasting allows us to not only clean surfaces, but to get into all the little nooks and crannies you could never reach by hand or with power tools to clean out the rust and dirt.
Our site in Mt Maunganui is equipped with a 20m x 6m x 6m protected blasting booth, housed inside an even larger clean warehouse and paint shop measuring 60m x 40m x 20m, so we can accommodate even your largest agricultural machines.
We also have a fully equipped mobile unit we can bring to your farm if the machinery to be abrasive blasted is stationery or temporarily immobile for whatever reason.
Abrasive blasting is only one part of the process to protect your farm machinery. More often than not, we follow this up by applying a protective coating or combination of coatings – whether paint or powder coat. We specialise in the use of Altex, PPG and International paint systems to give your machinery the best, most practical protection available.
Despite our name, at Tauranga Sandblasting we don't actually use sand for our blasting. Instead, we use specially imported garnet particles that are inert and free from the harmful silicates you find in ordinary sand.
The fact that garnet is so inert also means that it contains no particles that may remain behind on the abrasive blasted surface and react with the metal, giving you the assurance that the surfaces we treated will remain in good order for a long time to come.
Committed to quality service.
Tauranga Sandblasting has been in operation since 1980, and has been under its current management since March 2009.
Managing director Paul Fowler and his hand-picked team of professionals are committed to giving you the best service possible. From the initial booking to the way we keep in touch with you, the timing of our operations and the respect with which we treat your assets – everything we do is aimed at giving you maximum use of your equipment.
So, if you have agricultural machinery to be cleaned and rust-proofed in the Bay of Plenty, the choice is clear – Tauranga Sandblasting.