Airblast Launches New-Look Website

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With a brand-new design and significant improvements under the hood, the overhauled Airblast website is a breath of fresh air for 2019.

Airblast has launched its new and improved website, making it easier than ever for customers to learn about its market-leading surface preparation technology. To help visitors find the information they need, the new site features a redesigned layout and intuitive navigation.

As one of the leading global voices in the design, manufacture, and installation of industrial surface preparation and finishing facilities, Airblast believes it’s important to share not just the end results, but also the journeys – including the collaborations and the many small innovations that take place along the way. As a result, the new website makes better use of photography and video, which helps Airblast share stories about the milestone projects that have defined the company and helped take its work to the next level.

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In the Case Studies section, you can enjoy in-depth articles detailing a selection of our projects, both large and small. You’ll find the story of our collaboration with MHI Vestas, which details the many innovations that were necessary to provide a turnkey surface preparation and finishing solution for offshore wind turbine blades that were record-breaking in size.

If you’d like to purchase parts, you’ll find a link to the online store. And for those who’d like to learn more about how purpose-built blast rooms can help improve manufacturing tasks and increase efficiency, there’s a dedicated Blast Solutions section. You’ll also find new video content that provides a glimpse behind the scenes of Airblast’s equipment servicing and refurbishment work.

Take some time to look around the new site and learn more about what Airblast can offer. And if you’re ready to discuss your next surface preparation project, no matter the size, head over to the Contact Us page and get in touch.

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