Faq for steel shots, steel grit
Copper slag may be a by-product obtained during smelting and refining of copper. The waste copper slag is often used as abrasive tools, construction, and ballast.
The main use of aluminum oxide is in refractories, ceramics, polishing, and abrasive purposes. Large contents of aluminum hydroxide, from which alumina comes, is used in the production of zeolites, coating titania pigments, and as a fireplace retardant/smoke suppressant.
Steel shots is a type of ballistic material used as a projectile in abrasive blast cleaning and shot peening, as well as shotguns and pellet guns. Steel shots in India is a metallic pellet made of an iron-carbon alloy that is bluish-gray in color. They are finished in a variety of ways, allowing for a wide range of corrosion resistance levels.
The main shooting precaution with steel shot is to avoid shooting at a hard surface because of the risk of ricochet. When reloading with steel shot, never substitute lead for steel. Steel shot generates higher pressures, so it must be loaded with steel shot-specific powders and wads.
S170 is a steel shot that is used as a raw material in the production of various industrial abrasives. The hardness of S170 steel shot is greater than 45 HRC, and the density is 7.8g/cm3. It is spherical, without cracks or crevices, contains no impurities, is tough, and has a high cleaning power.
Steel Shots uses in Industry are below: Automotive industry, sandblasters/painters, consumer goods manufacturing, container manufacturing/repair, Cutting granite/stone, shipbuilding and repair, oil and gas pipelines, plant maintenance and metal working.