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Pavement Marking Removal at Airports

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Pavement Marking Removal at Airports

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Pavement Marking Removal at Airports

By Hog Technologies
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Removing pavement markings from runways, aprons, gate areas, taxiways and the numerous paved surfaces around an airport complex has long been challenging, time-intensive, and expensive. Traditionally, pavement marking removal has been done by grinding (milling).

Other methods include shot blasting, sandblasting, soda blasting and gas torching. These processes often create a significant measure of scarring, dust, particulate debris, visibility and breathing hazards in the area. Water blasting provides a quick, clean, efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly method of marking removal.

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