Industrial Spray Painting
Welcome to, Melbourne Sandblasting and Spraypainting
Abrasive Sandblasters and Industrial Spraypainters since 1996
Melbourne Sandblasting and spray painting was established in Campbellfield, Victoria by Frank Fantin and family.
We’ve been sandblasters & spraypainters for Melbourne and Victorian businesses since 1996.
We offer a wide range of professional abrasive blasting & industrial spraypainting services for every type of need, from motor bike frames & box trailers through to excavators and industrial, commercial and heavy earthmoving / farm equipment.
Melbourne Sandblasting offers high quality workmanship via our large workshop in Campbellfield, Victoria, and onsite at your industrial location. We ensure that all work is done to the highest standards.
Our services also include different types of abrasive products for abrasive blasting, grit blasting (also known as Staurolite), glass blasting and beadblasting.
Melbourne Sandblasting is equipped with a large holding yard that caters for large and industrial machinery and high volumes of steel for your convenience. We also have escort vehicles to escort over-sized loads for pick-up and delivery.
Whilst we don’t offer Soda or Powdercoating services we do have working relationships with select local powdercoaters and galvernisers so we’re able to meet everyone’s needs and see a job right through to the end.
The range of items, machinery and products that we have sandblasted, beadblasted and spraypainted is quite large, basically we can abrasive sandblast anything that’s made of steel.
We’ve been servicing local Melbourne suburbs, such as Thomastown, Craigieburn, Reservoir, Preston, Brunswick, Heidelberg, Epping, Richmond, Newport, Greensborough, Dandenong, Ringwood, Lilydale, Melton, Williamstown, as well as all of regional Victoria, including the Yarra Valley, Horsham, Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong, Shepparton, Seymour and beyond, since 1996.
What We Sandblast:
Abrasive & Bead Blasting
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
As promised, attached are some pictures of the final product, and 1 picture of what it looked like when I picked it up! q