Plastic Media Blasting

Plastic media blasting was developed as a dry stripping process for military aircraft paint removal as an alternative to hazardous chemical processes.
This type of blasting is now commonly used as a process to remove paint filler and body deadener from automotive bodies and panels without harming delicate panels. It can be used to remove powder coating without damaging the substrate.
Plastic media blasting will remove powder and paint coatings from galvanised surfaces leaving the galvanising intact. The surface can be re-coated without the need for regalvanising.

Plastic bumper bar, 
paint removed by media blasting

Falcon XY GTHO phase three body
cleaned by plastic media blasting.

Paint removed by Plastic Media Blasting.

Note: Plastic Media Blasting has removed the paint and left the original surface unaffected, note the crayon writing "GTHO" is visible on the body sections.