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Different Types of Shot Blasting Machines

by Nirmal Patel Digital Marketer

Shot Blasting can easily be defined as a process by which the propellant shoots out media at high speeds, to remove any surface materials on metals or ship surfaces, etc. The extent of the blast can be adjusted to the degree of foreign contaminant on the surface. The blasting happens through an air gun that is aimed at the surface.

There are generally two types of shot blasting machines:

Grit blasting machines:

When blasting is carried out with sand particles they are referred to as sandblasting processing. The sand particles act as the media to remove foreign contaminants and add texture.

Abrasive blasting machines:

Just as the name suggests, so lies its purpose, usually used for hard surfaces. The cleaning is carried out under immense pressure with media like glass, steel balls, etc. Perfect to remove any paints on metallic surfaces.

Other Advance Shot Blasting machines may include:

·         Hook shot blasting machine

·         Tumble belt Shot blasting machine

·         Profile shot blasting machine

·         Mesh conveyor shot blasting machine

·         Turntable shot blasting machine

·         Shot blasting machine for billets, gas bottles, single wire

·         Tunnel overhead rail shot blasting machine

·         Blasting chambers and cartridge dust collectors

·         Special Shot blasting machines

If you desire a firm blast cleaning, then look no further than Crystal Group. We are shot blasting equipment manufacturers with professional and well-experienced blasting techniques. We know the right equipment to benefit you without causing any hazard to the surface or the shot blasting equipment. As blasting machine manufacturers, we also provide spare parts and shot blasting accessories that can easily be installed and provide a long outstanding operation and proficiency.

We provide accessories and assemble for all wheel and guard housing equipment. Our superior raw material gets incorporated into our product finishing, giving the optimum pressure required to run the shot blasting. Our equipment can withstand high-pressure impact from the media and does not damage when put to use. We also have a variety of standard and custom designed options to choose from. Pick Crystal Group for any bulk requirement that needs to be delivered as quick and efficient as possible.

Various Shot Blasting uses and Applications:

  • Foundries
  • Shot Peening
  • Stress peening
  • Forges
  • Surface protections
  • Aluminium
  • Iron Industry and Rolling Mills
  • Thermal Treatment Plants
  • Automotive Industry
  • Railways
  • Stone and Concrete Quarry
  • Plastic and Spring production factories
  • Chemical Industries



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