In drum shot blast machines small work pieces are blasted as bulk goods. Thus they can be used in production lines or for stand-alone configurations.
In steel mill tumble shot blast machines, work pieces to be blasted are gently rotated on an endless rubber or steel tumble belt and are uniformly exposed to the abrasive stream for the entire blasting time.
The tumble blast design is widely accepted as one of the most effective blasting processes for removing scale, rust and burrs from mass production parts. The tumble blast machine‘s endless rubber belt gently rotates the work pieces and uniformly exposes them to the abrasive stream for the entire blasting time.
Unloading can be effected directly into different containers or onto a transport belt.Roller conveyor shot blast machines are used to descale and derust profiles, sheets and fabrications. Using cross conveyors, a roller conveyor system can be linked with individual process steps, such as blasting, preservation, sawing and drilling.
Overhead rail shot-blast machines are suitable for a wide range of applications. The work pieces are manually hung up or laid down. The blasting process can be effected in an ideal way by changing the rotational direction and by oscillation of the hangers in front of the turbines.
Hanger-type blast machines are among the most flexible types of blasting equipment. They are used to remove rust, scale, sand and burrs from many kinds of work pieces. Hanger-type machines are also used for the finish blasting of sensitive work pieces or to roughen work piece surfaces for subsequent coating.
The blast wheels mainly consist of control cage, blades, protecting plates, main shaft, high speed rolling beating, belt wheel, belt, tightening device, and motor as well as motor base etc.
The blasting machine spare parts including: wheel vanes, impeller, impeller case, impeller vanes, impeller head, guard plate, lining plates and so on.