Abrasive blasted surfaces

The abrasive blasting of architectural concrete surfaces is a very common processing technique. In the process, the top layer of fine mortar on the hardened prefabricated part is removed with the help of a special abrasive material. In this regard, large-area prefabricated parts have to be handled particularly carefully to obtain a uniform appearance.

Abrasive blasting exposes the coloured aggregates. As a result, the colour of the surface of the prefabricated part is determined by the grain used. As with this process the granulation is partly broken, the surface appears to be a little brighter.

Fine abrasive blasting only exposes the grain points. This achieves a harmonious general impression between the as a rule colourfully pigmented cement paste and the granulations adapted to this. A classic visual impression is created.

pure white abrasive blasted
grey abrasive blasted
red abrasive blasted
white abrasive blasted
yellow abrasive blasted
anthracite matt abrasive blasted
anthracite shiny abrasive blasted
beige abrasive blasted

Big picture:
Façade made of white, elaborately processed pre-cast concrete parts.
Project: Kaufhaus Tyrol, Innsbruck, AT.
Photo: BetonBild. Architect: David Chipperfield Architects, Berlin, DE

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