Oklahoma Sandblasting & Painting Services


You can’t cruise Route 66 without the Sooner state. Over 400 miles of the historic highway cut through Oklahoma so it makes sense the state makes its name on food and fuel, which are road trip essentials. Oil brought the money to Oklahoma but natural gas has kept the energy industry at the top of economic production. Its position as a hub for the oil and gas industry is second only to Texas. The average 2,700 completed drills a year require cleaning and maintenance. Specifically, an environmentally friendly cleaning method that can preserve the 11 distinct ecological regions in Oklahoma.

Detail of a US route 66 road sign in a town in the State of Oklahoma, USA. Concept for road trip in the USA.As a midwestern state, agriculture is vital to Oklahoma’s sustainability and the country’s food supply. The hard work of farmers and ranchers on approximately 78,000 farms across the state produce enough rye to lead the nation and enough cattle to earn the second spot. The result is an abundance of equipment and storage that needs constant care and restoration.

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The construction of two industrial aircraft facilities near Tulsa and Oklahoma City during World War II put Oklahoma on the map in the aviation, aerospace, and defense industry. The state has developed into a central hub for aviation. One of those origination plants is now the location of the largest military aircraft repair facility in the world.

Oklahoma’s manufacturing industry supports the rest of the industries in the state. The largest share of the manufacturing market is the production of machinery for the oil industry. Followed by transportation equipment like that need for the aviation industry. Finally, thanks to manufacturing, raw agricultural products are given value by being turned into consumable products. Oklahoma’s central location makes it the perfect place for distribution and fulfillment centers as well which means a significant number of facilities requiring upkeep against the fierce winds in this tornado-ridden state.


Dry ice cubes with vapor on black background.Like any industry, equipment used for oil and gas production must be cleaned regularly to keep it operating efficiently. Dry ice blasting is the perfect solution for the Oklahoma oil and gas industry. It is tough enough to remove heavy bitumen and oil yet gentle enough to be used on electrical components and delicate parts. Dry Ice blasting can even be performed without the need for disassembly. The solid CO2 (carbon dioxide) turns into gas upon impact so there is no residue to clean-up, saving valuable time. The lack of contaminants and waste along with the absence of chemicals makes it environmentally friendly.


Special media blasting can remove grease, failing paint, corrosion, and more to reclaim your surfaces. We have a wide selection of medium such as coal slag, garnet, walnut shells, corn cobs, or glass beads to cater to your specific surface and desired outcome. For example, Black Beauty coal slag is a fast-cutting abrasive that efficiently handles the removal of rust (and spoiled crop residue) on steel surfaces like a grain bin. It also adequately prepares the surface for adhesion of sealant and recoating to prolong the use of your storage. Whether it is restoring large machinery or cleaning small, precision parts, sandblasting in Oklahoma farms can improve your equipment’s appearance and operation.


Jet engine, internal structure with hydraulic, aircraft and aerospace industryDry ice can help satisfy rigorous regulations and safety inspections in the aerospace and aviation industry. It is a cost-effective and environmentally-safe way to remove contaminants like carbon build-up and aviation grease for regular maintenance of engine components, wheel wells, and panels. A key advantage of using dry ice blasting in Oklahoma’s extensive aerospace industry is that it is non-conductive. This allows it to be used on electrical components and eliminates the need for disassembly saving time and money. Additionally, dry ice blasting can prepare surfaces of the aircraft for coating without leaving behind any residue. It is even FDA-approved.


From acrylic coating to water-based epoxies, industrial painting is a must to protect and maintain manufacturing plants and distribution centers like those found in Oklahoma. Application of these highly engineered specialty materials can aid in corrosion control, help resist abrasion, provide structural stability, insulate and provide UV protection, and restore surfaces. Oklahoma manufacturing has many needs; warehouse painting, interior factory painting, tank coating, exterior plant painting, machinery painting, exterior storage painting, steel structures, and more. We know business doesn’t stop for painting and maintenance so working efficiently with minimal disruption is important. Our industrial painting and coating services include everything from surface preparation to coating and clean-up.

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