Much More Than Radiators
Top-notch Sandblasting and Rim Refinishing Services in Eastern Canada and Atlantic Canada’s Provinces
At Multi Radiator Services Ltd, we provide professional sandblasting and rim refinishing services to Eastern Canada and Atlantic Canada’s provinces. We have amassed many years of experience in this field and have developed expertise. Our facility has all the equipment and machinery to provide premium quality services. We serve the entire Atlantic Coast of Canada.
If you want to look at some of our client work, feel free to explore the gallery page on our site. You can also give us a call if you have any questions related to our sandblasting and rim refinishing services.
Sandblasting is a process where high pressure is applied to a stream of abrasive material on a surface to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove impurities from it. We have high-end equipment and a very experienced team of technicians that can give you precisely what you are looking for. Our team can blast all kinds of miscllaneous things (basically anything that will fit in our blast room). The different media we use for blasting is Aluminum Oxide and glass bead.
Our sandblasting services are available if you have any of the following requirements:
Custom media blasting
Restoration car and truck parts
With delicate reconditioning equipment and sophisticated gear, the process of refinishing removes scratches, scuffs, curb damage, discolouration, and corrosion. In addition, our skilled team uses unique procedures to ensure that the restored wheel looks as near as possible to a new and undamaged wheel. There are lots of benefits to having a rust-free rim or wheel. Let our team of experts provide you with a professional finish and enjoy longer service, better air retention, and less tire bead damage. Call Multi Radiator Services Ltd in Moncton for further details.
We start with a dirty and rusty wheel or rim
The wheel is then put through a sandblasting process to ensure a 100% rust-free wheel to be painted
The wheel is then coated with DTM Urethane rust-resistant paint designed especially for wheel and rim applications
Why Should You Refinish a Wheel or Rim?
Once a wheel is blasted, it is much easier to see cracks and other defects which may require the wheel or rim to be removed from service. Once a professional finish is applied, you'll see the benefits, such as:
Ease of mounting and dismounting tires
Less tire bead damage
Better air retention
Longer wheel and rim service
When Should You Refinish a Wheel or Rim?
You should consider getting a refinish for your wheel or rim when:
Rust is present between the bead and seat areas of the wheel or rim
Build-up or rust, rubber or debris is present at the bead seat of a wheel or rim
Rust is present on the inside or outside of the bolt hole area of the wheel
Over 20% of the wheel or rim surface exhibits visible rust
Dry paint thickness exceeds 3 mils on the inside or outside of the bolt hole pattern of the wheel