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Old 10-07-2013, 05:53 AM
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Default SODA BLASTING-FARROW SYSTEM BLASTING NY, NJ, PA and DE

JUST A REMINDER....
If you're interested in having your boat Soda Blasted or Farrow Blasted by Atlantic Green Pro THIS FALL then you might want to get it booked now?

Our fall 2013 calendar/schedule is filling up fast and I'm trying to accommodate everyone this year.

SERVICES AVAILABLE:

ON LOCATION MOBILE SERVICES
>Mobile Soda Blasting or Farrow System wet abrasive blasting bottom paint removal (NO DUST).

AT OUR SHOP IN MT HOLLY NJ
> Farrow System wet abrasive blasting bottom paint removal.
> Boat bottom painting (Barrier coat and Ablative painting) GREAT PACKAGE DEAL!
> Gel-Coat restoration (From ablative to Shiny Gel-Coat.)






This is before we Farrow blasted it


This is after Farrow blasting


This is after the SeaHawk Tuff-Stuff barrier coat


And this is after two coats of SeaHawk hard ablative


23' Striper before Farrow blasting


23' Striper after Farrow blasting


23' Striper with Sea Hawk Tuff Stuff barrier epoxy


23' Striper with Sea Hawk Cukote multi seasonal hard ablative


Before bottom


After bottom

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Old 10-08-2013, 07:55 PM
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how much per foot on the mobile for soda blasting?
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Originally Posted by tunatango123 View Post
how much per foot on the mobile for soda blasting?
Just sent you a PM.

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22' Aquasport at my marina in Keyport, price please....thanks, Mike
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how much for a 1991 34' Luhrs?
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how much for a 1991 34' Luhrs?
Just sent you a PM.

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Originally Posted by BoatlessInNY View Post
22' Aquasport at my marina in Keyport, price please....thanks, Mike
Just sent you a PM

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Default price please

How much for a Parker 2320? Mobile....Cape Cod okay?
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What's the difference between farrow blasting and soda blasting???

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Old 10-13-2013, 02:27 PM
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I had my boat Farrow blasted. They use soda and water. I have seen soda shot dry and the dust is ridiculous.
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How much for a 31 tiara open?

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It's in Freeport. Ny
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16 ft in 08721, blast price, and barrier, bottom paint price? Thanks Marty D
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Just sent PMs to both of you.

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Can you give me a price on 18 whaler? Amityville.
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Can you give me a price on 18 whaler? Amityville.
Call me at 609.217.8494

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Old 10-24-2013, 06:04 AM
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Before blasting:


After Farrow Wet Abrasive Blasting:


After Two Coats of Sea Hawk Tuff Stuff Barrier Coat:


After Two Coats of Sea Hawk Cukote Multi season Ablative:


Sea Hawk is real tuff and stands up well for trailering.
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Dale and I have teamed up so we can offer our Farrow Blasting to a larger audience. I am covering NY, CT, RI and MA.
Dale is covering NJ, PA and DE

If we may be of any help give us a call
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CMP, here is a quick article that can answer your

Great Article in ‘The Edge Big Game Fishing Journal “… Jan/Feb 2010 issue

How to save fuel & Increase Speed … by Dave Wrigley & Mark Allen
The Farrow System is the New method for bottom cleaning a hull, looks like a conventional sand blasting, soda blasting set up unit. But, what makes the Farrow System special is the fact that it operates at a lower pressure (55-60 psi) than a conventional (100-150 psi) sandblaster, soda blaster & is virtually dustless. The biggest difference, however, is the media. Instead of abrasive sand or soda that must be kept perfectly dry (sometimes difficult to do in a marine environment) the Farrow System utilizes pulverized recycled glass or pumice. This material, when blended with water creates slurry and in turn this slurry brings two important advantages to the process.
First, the water results in a process that is for all intents and purposes, dust-free. Consequently there is far less debris to work its way into your boats every nook & cranny. Second, the slurry mix, coupled with the reduced pressure, results in a process that is far more gentle & forgiving while eliminating the pitting that is common to conventional sandblasting and soda blasting.
Nevertheless, the new process enables service technicians to rapidly remove built up layers of paint while leaving the barrier coat and gelcoat virtually untouched.

The Farrow System is the only cleaning method of its type that uses HEAT, which gives fast, safe, very low pressure cleaning….

Service Provider that carry "The Farrow System" are Surface Resto Inc. – Long Island , NY – 631-655-8700… surfaceresto@gmail.com, www.surfaceresto.com
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Pm sent

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Atlantic Green Pro also does the full Shiny Gel-Coat restoration.

It's a lot more work than just Farrow System blasting, but as you can see from the photos it's worth it if you don't want bottom paint on your high-end center console.... ALSO NOTE THIS PROCESS IS NOT FARROW SYSTEM BLASTING... The Farrow System is used if you're going to repaint your boats bottom and the Farrow System produces a slight profile for paint adhesion... Again these next photos are for full SHINY GEL-COAT restoration.


Here's one we just did for STFs.... showing the process.... you can read more about STF's 26 Regulator's re-powering restoration over here in the THT BOATING FORUM: http://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-...-re-power.html

Before we removed the bottom paint


This is the bottom after we blasted the paint off with soft media


What to expect after the paint is off... this is from the No-sanding-etching solution which has to be sanded off.


Lots of sanding....


More sanding...


What the bottom looks like after sanding


Then more work compounding it twice followed by waxing and buffing...


End result nice shinny gel-coat


More shinny gel-coat


The 26' Regulator ready to go home.
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