Chilled Iron Grit

Price Range : ₹ 150 - 500 / kg
Brand Name
Ambica Enterprises
Chilled Iron Grit
56 HRC
Sand / Grit Blasting
Grain Shape
  • Because cooled iron splits at an angle during the operation, blasting produces a constant mixture of sharp grit that can quickly and effectively roughen even the toughest surface.
  • While it works well for rapid cleaning and edging in blast rooms, it should not be used on wheel blast machines since it quickly wears out the machine's parts.
  • Cold iron is a strong abrasive that is effective for etching but has low impact resistance.
Size (MM)
0.13 - 2.8 MM
G02 - G680
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

Chilled Iron grit made by us consistent with industrial parameters is extensively utilized for the cleaning purpose in foundries and molding for sand removal. Moreover, these spend for the cleaning purpose of kettles and coppers, the component for ship weight or weight of fisher’s nets, and filler for strong-rooms. We also offer chilled iron grit, which may be a white iron structure formed of the superior-grade broken iron shot of high rigidity, a really tough, sharp angle.

Chilled Iron Grit Manufacturer

Ambica Enterprises is the Leading Chilled Iron Grit Manufacturer in India at a low price. Backed by accomplished industrial experience and knowledge, we provide a top-quality assured range of Chilled Iron Grit suppliers which are manufactured by using top-notch quality components. These abrasives are suitable for steel and components. A few of the features of a Chilled Iron Grit supplier are dense and hard, angularity, lower breakage, quick cleaning action, and lots more. Our clients can take benefit of us these high-grade abrasives at cost-effective prices.

Physical Properties

  • Grain shape: angular
  • Hardness: ≥ 56 HRC
  • Bulk density: 3,0 to 5,0 g/cm³
  • Microstructure: martensitic
  • Density: ≥ 7.0 g/cm³

Chilled Iron Grit Size 

G80 2.0-2.8 mm
G66 1.7-2.4 mm
G55 1.4-2.0 mm
G47 1.2-1.7 mm 
G39 1.0-1.4 mm
G34 0.85-1.2 mm
G24 0.6-1.0 mm
G17  0.42-0.85 mm
G12 0.3-0.71 mm
G07 0.18-0.42 mm
G05 0.12-0.3 mm
G02 ≤ 0.13 mm

How to use Chilled Iron Grit for Surface Preparation

One objective of abrasive recycling is to take care of the cleanliness of the abrasive. the primary step during this process is to develop a way to meter the abrasive flow to the cleaning station. Many systems are now employing some sort of mechanical metering system to regulate the flow of the abrasive media, which improves the effectiveness of cleaning.

The function of the cleaning station is to get rid of all sorts of debris from used abrasives. the first step is to dispose of large trash, like paint chips or bits of concrete. this is often best through with a rough screen at the purpose where the abrasive falls into the initial collection/metering system. The garbage collection area should be easily accessible because it'll require clean-out one or more times each day. After trash removal, the abrasive is fed into a set bin, then metered into an air-wash system where the abrasive stream is subjected to a series of tumbling air-wash cycles. the speed of the air washing through the cascading abrasive is adjusted to dispose of dust and fines as completely as possible, leaving only clean-sized abrasive to be returned to the blast pot. To summarize, a cleaning station contains a rough screen to get rid of the trash, a storage Sand Blasting hopper, a metering device to supply a controlled flow of abrasives, and an air-wash classifier that removes dust and fines.

Chilled Iron Grit Supplier in India

We are the leading manufacturer of surface preparation machines and exporter of abrasive media. Our main focus is customer trust and a good relationship with the client. We are focused on our quality products and customer satisfaction.

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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.