08, January, 2024

An essential component of the right blasting equipment is the selection of the right nozzle, because it has a direct influence on how economical your work is. Our product line has a wide variety of sand blasting nozzles, all of which fulfill certain purposes.

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  08, January, 2024

Abrasive blasting is the overall term applied to completing cycles that involve the high-pressure impetus of a flood of abrasive material onto the outside of a workpiece. Abrasive blasting can fill many surfaces completing needs, for example, eliminating pollutants or past coatings, adjusting the shape, and smoothing or roughening the surface.

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  08, January, 2024

Below are charts of air volume (SCFM) used in blasting with pressure and suction systems utilizing various pressures (PSI) and orifice sizes.

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  08, January, 2024

Blasting, even that is sand blasting, shot blasting or grit blasting, anyone, is the process where small angular or spherical abrasive media particles are propelled at a part by compressed air, or mechanical high speed rotating wheels or water pumps.

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  08, January, 2024

In modern Automobile industry, the surface finish and texture of the body parts as well as some engine parts has become the top-most concern for each manufacturer. Most of the manufacturers have faith only on the shot peening. They are using two main media for shot peening - one is the steel shots and the other one is glass beads.

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  08, January, 2024

cut wire shot are manufactured from high quality wire, each particle is cut to a length about equal to its diameter. If required, the particles are conditioned (rounded) to remove the sharp corners produced during the cutting process. Strict Quality Control procedures are required to be able to manufacture cut wire shot meeting all common industry specifications as well as many individual customer specifications.

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  08, January, 2024

Aluminum Oxide is widely used as a tough recoverable media for quick removal of paint, rust, and scale removal. It has also been specified for pre-paint adhesion. Aluminum Oxide (AL2O3) is a man made fused alumina that is very tough; angular blocky shaped, medium density, with a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale.

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  08, January, 2024

Blasting is the acceleration of particles by air or mechanical means to a surface or workpiece to achieve a variety of physical effects. Surface effects are determined by media type, size, speed, and direction of impact. The visual appearance of a blasted surface tends to be dull to a bright satin-matte finish.

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  08, January, 2024

Because of its high mass, steel shot and grit are less suitable for sandblasting with injector type blasting machines. When using steel abrasive media, we recommend the use of high quality suction hoses, resistant to wear, and the hose diameter must be one size smaller in comparison to standard size.

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  08, January, 2024

Recoverable blasting medias are used in industrial blasting. Indoor blasting systems require medias with extended life. Blast media, type, shape, size and hardness affect the process and materials theyʼre capable of blasting. Spherical medias are used for peening and produce smoother surface finishes. Angular medias chip at a parts surface; removing paint, rust and scale quicker, with better results than round medias.

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  08, January, 2024

Wheel blast system utilizes a high speed rotation wheel using centrifugal force to propel the media. The wheel size design and rotation speed affect the velocity and pattern of the media. The abrasive is fed into the rotating wheel. The impact on the media by the hard rotating wheel usually restricts media selection to a very tough steel shot or stainless steel shot or abrasive grit.

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  08, January, 2024

Shot Blasting machines are used to clean, induce strength also called shot peening / polishing the metal surfaces. The method of blasting has become an important aspect of the metal building & the steel structure industry.

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