Boron Carbide Nozzle

Price Range : ₹ 3k - 20k
Brand Name
Ambica Enterprises
Blasting Nozzle
Boron Carbide Nozzle
Nozzle Holder
Aluminum Nozzle Holder
Sand / Shot Blasting
  • A boron carbide nozzle is used to deburr molded items.
  • Boron carbide nozzles are used for shot peening and cleaning in the construction industry, as well as engraving in the glass, oil, and steel industries.
  • It is used to prepare surfaces for painting or bonding, to polish matt surfaces, and to clean and model fine jet nozzles.
Size (MM)
5 - 12 MM
Customized Packaging Yes
Payment Mode Cash, Cheque, DD, Credit Card, 100% T/T, NEFT, RTGS, UPI, IMPS
Shipment Mode By Air, By Road, By Cargo
Delivery Time  1-2 weeks from the date of confirmation of Purchase Order and Advance.
Product Description

Boron carbide nozzle durability offers outstanding cost benefits in the blasting process. The boron carbide nozzle had a long service life because of its high hardness. Due to high hardness, less wear, and long service life boron carbide are more demanding in industrial conditions.

Boron Carbide Sand Blasting Nozzle

Boron carbide is a venturi type of Boron Carbide Sand Blasting Nozzle that offers high removal rates due to a combination of the high acceleration rate of blasting media and low air consumption. Venturi-type boron carbide nozzle is used for large surface area preparation in the blasting process. The boron carbide sand blasting nozzle has constant operating and uniform blasting performance features. Venturi type of nozzle consists of a converging entry and a diverging exit. Due to this, it covers more area while the blasting process starts. It also increases the flow of the mixture of blasting media and compressed air.

The boron carbide nozzle has high performance with a wide variety of blasting media used in the process. This nozzle consumes low air through the minimal widening of the bore. This nozzle provides minimum wear in demanding applications.

Boron Carbide Blast Nozzle Specification

Material Boron Carbide
Air Consumption 12-120 cfm
Finishing Smooth
Air Inlet 7kg
Hardness 9


Boron carbide nozzles are light in weight as compared to tungsten carbide nozzles. In the internal pipe blasting tool, boron carbide nozzles are used on the head due to their lightweight. In the internal blasting, the tool head rotates when blasting starts due to the lightweight boron carbide nozzle it is easy for the operator to perform a blasting operation. Boron carbide nozzle is available in different sizes according to requirements. In sand blasting, compressed air is used to perform the operation of blasting. Nozzle size depends upon the air compressor capacity.  Different sizes of nozzle provide different cleaning rates of the component surface.  In abrasive blasting machine nozzle is one of the most important part and an appropriate or inappropriate blast nozzle affect rate of production. Production rate depends upon the nozzle size and compressed air availability. 

Advantages of Boron Carbide Nozzle

  • Longer service life.
  • High hardness.
  • High wear-resistance ability.
  • Anti-corrosion.
  • Lower cost per use.
  • Reducing downtime.

Boron Carbide Nozzle Manufacturer

Sand Blasting machine is available in many varieties. The blasting machine has a different capacity for blasting media and compressed air. Boron carbide sand blasting nozzle size also changes according to the machine model capacity. Different machine model has different capacity to store blasting media and compressed air requirement is also different. The capacity of the machine model also affects the size of the sand blasting nozzle and cleaning rate. Ambica Enterprises is the Leading Manufacturer of Boron Carbide Nozzle, Tungsten Carbide Nozzle, Sand Blasting machines, shot blasting machines, abrasive sand blast room systems, sand blasting hoppers, sand blasting cabinets, portable sand blasting machine, abrasive grit blasting machines, thermal spray gun, thermal spray wire & powder, abrasive media etc.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Garnet Sand?

Garnet sand may be a good abrasive, and a standard replacement for silica sand in <strong>sand blasting</strong>. The garnet, because it is mined and picked up, is crushed to finer grains; all pieces which are larger than 60 mesh (250 micrometers) are normally used for sand blasting.

What Do I Need To Know About Shooting Steel Shot?

Steel shot is harder than lead and features a lower density. To catch up on this you ought to move up 1 or 2 shot sizes and initially shoot birds at closer range – don't alter your shooting technique. As steel shot is harder than lead it is often driven faster without deforming the pellets - keeping tighter patterns.

What is Steel Grit?

Steel Grit is offered in a form of shapes and sizes which will admit administering a variety of blast profiles for obtaining different results. This sort of grit is angular in nature the way it's been created. This grit is good for helping to get rid of the contaminants from the surface of varied products and it also creates a final profile for the new coating to stick to.

What is the use of Copper Slag?

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.

What can you do with Aluminum Oxide?

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.