Energy Consumption

A shot blasting machine is often one of the highest consumers of energy in the workplace. It uses a great deal of energy to perform several important functions. Not only does it power the wheels that fire abrasive at the[…]

Low Dust Air Blasting

What is dust? Dust generated during air blasting, often referred to as sandblasting, comes from the breakdown of both, the abrasive being used, and work piece being cleaned to prepare the surface for subsequent coating. Why is it bad? High[…]

Restarting Abrasive Blasting

Top Tips After longer than usual pauses in production, it may be necessary to make an inspection of shot blast equipment prior to restarting. • Mechanical and electrical checks as recommended by your machine manufacturer or maintenance process. • In particular, manually[…]
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