Farrow System 185 removing surface dirt and stains without producing a lot of dust or doing damage to the marble steps at the National Memorial.
Note: Visitors moving around in close proximity while process is in action.


Atlantic
GreenPro's process
for restoring just about any surface
to like new condition
in the
Municipal and Government
sector.

AtlanticGreenPro's revolutionary process for surface restoration has constantly amazed everyone with the results our system produces both outdoors and indoors, because it’s extremely clean and uses a fraction of the media that other systems use to cleans and remove dirt, grime, grease, stains, paint and rust from just about any surface without leaving a mess or damaging the surface being restored.

How does it work? Simple... Our system uses a low pressure GreenClean product with warm water and air at pressures of between 45psi and 55psi.

Our system doesn't use chemicals of solvents like other similar processes including pressure washing which can damage the surface being cleaned, because it uses water and chemical detergents at pressures of up to 3000 psi.

Not just that, but pressure washing forces water and chemical detergents in to the cracks and in between the bricks, stone and cement... which compromises the structure and damages the bond holding everything together.

Our AtlanticGreenPro process just cleans the surface, because it's done with low pressure!

What type of surfaces does the AtlantcGreenPro system clean? Just about anything.

The AtlanticGreenPro system quickly and safely cleans and removes contaminates like dirt, grease, grime, oils, rust, chemicals including fire damage as well as paint, graffiti and or just any other surface coating from stone, brick, concrete, stucco, portland cement, stamped concrete, aggregate cement, asphalt, composites, fiberglass, steel, aluminum, cast metals, plastic and wood and it does it all with a fraction of the mess that other systems produce leaving your environment and job site clean.

AtlanticGreenPro can go in and restore just about any wood surface to like new or original condition.


How does our process compare with others cleaning and restoration processes:

AtlanticGreenPro blasting, uses Farrow GreenClean media which is a natural inert media that is 100% environmentally safe and is applied at LOW pressures between 45 psi and up to 55 psi. Traditionally AtlanticGreenPro blasting is done in an open environment, because our process encapsulates the blasting media in a water vapor which all but eliminates airborne dust making for a an extremely clean and fast work space environment. The media AtlanticGreenPro uses is volcanic glass which shatters upon impact on the surface being restored... scrubbing away dirt, grime, rust and paint while not doing any damage to any other subsurface. Tenting isn’t required, but AtlanticGreenPro will tent if required. Our system use 50 lbs of media per hour where soda blasting and sand blasting require anywhere from 500 lbs to 1000 lbs per hour leaving a mess after words to deal with. Our process is clean, fast and delivers results beyond one’s expectation.

Pressure washing, uses water and chemical detergents at up to 3000psi. Water and chemical detergents are forced into places, cracks and seals compromising and damaging the integrity of the seal which requires expensive maintenance to fix and repair. Not just that, but most times when dealing with stubborn stains the area being cleaned has to be treated with a spray on solvents or detergents which now contaminates the you have ground water and surrounding work area. Because pressure washing utilizes high pressure water surfaces such as wood as well as painted surfaces are easily damaged.

Soda blasting, uses bicarbonate of soda, also known as baking soda and is done at pressures of up to 150psi, Traditionally soda blasting is done in a dry environment, meaning there is usually a lot of dust produced from the blasting medium. Tenting and a closed work space are required because the dust moves around and coats other objects within the surrounding work area. Soda blasting leaves a layer or film on whatever surface is being restored and requires another level of cleaning before paint or coatings can be applied. Soda blasting also leaves a super smooth surface making it difficult for paints and surface coatings to adhere too. Soda blasting requires 500 lbs of media to achieve what 50 lbs of our Farrow GreenClean media produces, so with soda blasting there’s a lot more to clean up after words.

Sand blasting, uses a wide range of materials at pressures between 100psi and up to 500psi. Media used includes sand, glass, soda, walnuts, slag and even metal blast. Traditionally sand blasting is done in a dry environment, meaning there is usually a lot of dust produced just like soda blasting. Tenting and a closed work space are required because the dust moves around and coats other objects within the surrounding work area. Sand blasting leaves a layer or dust on whatever surface is being restored and requires another level of cleaning before paint or coatings can be applied. Sand blasting also has a tendency to damage the surface leaving the surface rough and with little debits. Sand blasting anywhere between requires 500 lbs of media to 1000 lbs of media to achieve what 50 lbs of our Farrow GreenClean media produces, so with sand blasting there’s a lot more to clean up after words and in many areas the process is all but restricted.

Below and on the right hand side of this web page are areas ideal for our AtlanticGreenPro surfaces restoration process.

Government and
Municipal Buildings

Exterior surface cleaning
Stucco cement cleaning
Graffiti removal
Sidewalk cleaning
Paint removal
Road and parking stripe removal
Equipment rust removal
Parks
Graffiti removal
Playgrounds and Park benches
Monument cleaning
Wood and metal restoration
Road and parking stripe removal
Swimming pool paint removal
Tennis court surface removel
Fire damaged buildings
Highway departments
Graffiti removal
Road stripe removal
Bridge cleaning
Equipment cleaning
Fire Damage
Bridge paint removel
Concrete and asphalt cleaning

Featured restoration project of the month

Burlington County Parks, Bountry Creek Nature Center
Iron water stained pavers.

Before This park was a little over a year old when it became apparent that the irrigation system was pulling water with a high Iron content as seen in this photo.
After Atlantic Green Pro's wet abrasive blasting process which uses green media (recycled glass) along with warm water and low pressure was the ideal solution to remove the stained pavers without impacting the environment.
Before This was one of the walkways with landscaping on both sides.
After as you can see our process does not disrupt landscaping
Before This is the main access walkway, note the stained trash cans
After our process removed the stains from both the walkway and trash cans.
Before Another area with sensitive landscaping and stained pavers
After pavers restored and clean
Before picnic tables and pavers were both stained with Iron.
After pavers cleaned of iron stains
Before These foot prints were cast into the pavers
After Our process removed the Iron stains and protected the foot prints
 
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Bridge Graffiti.
Before we removed Graffiti
After we removed Graffiti
No dust wet abrasive media blasting
Graffiti was removed from all stone bases.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park is a beautiful park that borders a urban area. As with most urban areas graffiti is a huge challenge, Atlantic Green Pro removed the graffiti from the base of this 2 year old pedestrian bridge that crosses over Route 1 in Lawrenceville NJ.
Piscataway township Parks, Handball court restoration
Before this is the handball court wall as it looked when we arrived, the material on it was a ruberized coating that was just pealing of in large sesctions.
After Atlantic Green Pro's wet abrasive blasting process was clean in that it did not produce dust it was also powerful in that it was able to remove the coating from the concrete wall.

 

 

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Road and parking stripe removal
Swimming pool paint removal
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