What is “AIR KANNA”？
The AIR KANNA uses bespoke technology developed in house at Grandline Inc. We utilise a simple dry process to easily strip dirt, faded paint and other unwanted layers from the surface of timber. Thereby, allowing for quick and effective restoration. Compatible with wooden, metallic, non metallic, resin and other surfaces.
The AIR KANNA features a stepless power control, enabling the selection of extremely gentle pressures suitable for removing dirt and grime from delicate items. For this reason it has been selected for use in the restoration of Japanese cultural artifacts.
Adjust the amount of surface ablated from a few microns to several centimetres. Can effectively remove fungus and decorative finishes such as embossed items.
Chipped and faded paint can be stripped without damaging the underlying wood.
By roughening the surface the effective surface area can be increased which improves the adhesive strength of subsequently applied layers.