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The crawler type shot blasting machine is suitable for various types of rust or shot peening of workpieces produced in large and medium batches. The workpieces are not afraid of collision and the castings and heat treatment parts with a weight of less than 150kg. The machine can be used as a stand-alone machine. Line use. Belongs to the scope of casting machinery. Automatic: Put the workpiece into the rubber track roller, the operator presses the “Run” button, the blasting chamber door is pneumatically closed, the shot blasting starts, the crawler moves forward, the workpiece continuously rolls, and the high-strength blasting machine will throw The pellet is thrown at high speed onto the surface of the workpiece being tumbling, and the workpiece can be cleaned evenly. The steel shot flows into the screw conveyor through the sliding hole on the track, and then the steel shot is conveyed to the bucket elevator, lifted to the separator by the bucket elevator, separated and stored for use. After the shot blasting is completed, the shot blasting chamber door is automatically opened, the crawler belt is reversed, and the workpiece is unloaded. Track-type shot blasting machine application range: cleaning and polishing of die-casting parts, precision castings, precision forgings, etc. Remove the surface scale of heat-treated parts, castings, and forgings. Strengthening of the spring. Fastener removal and pre-treatment.
As a standard model of shot blasting machine, the hook type shot blasting machine has a working cylinder diameter of 900 to 1300 mm and a height of 1300 to 2200 mm. The standard model has 2-7 throwing heads and a large load capacity. 10,000 kg, this shot blasting machine has a very high production efficiency and a large flexibility span. It is an ideal cleaning and strengthening device, and it is easy to operate. It only needs to load the workpiece to be processed on the machine, press the start button, and pass a very Short time (usually 5-7 minutes), that is, the entire cleaning process is completed, all dust and residual pellets are removed, which is mainly suitable for surface treatment of various medium and large castings, forgings, weldments and heat-treated parts. Includes fragile and irregularly shaped workpieces.
1,What is the target market for this machine?
The Blaster is designed for customers who require a more sophisticated method than just manual cleaning in preparation for further processing or painting.
2,What type of abrasive media does it use?
The Blaster is designed to use round steel shot. The shot is recycled inside the system and gets smaller and smaller during the blasting process, until it is completely consumed. Approximately two tons are required for start-up, and approximately 20 pounds are consumed per blasting hour. Replenishment is easily done as needed.
3,What utilities are needed to run the Blaster?
The electrical system runs on three-phase input and a transformer will be provided for your supply voltage if required. Clean and dry compressed air supply is also needed.
4,What does it cost to operate?
The highly efficient turbines require much less power that competitor's shot blast machines. Including abrasive consumption, power consumption and maintenance, the total operating cost averages around $20 per hour in US. When comparing this to your current methods, keep in mind that the Blaster is at least 4 to 5 times as productive as manual cleaning and only one operator is required to load and run the machine while it is working. Labor costs are much lower, plus you will have a huge amount of extra capacity for cleaning.
5,Are there any special operator skills required for the Shot Blaster?
No, once the machine is installed and adjusted by our technician, running the machine consists of merely switching it on and setting the speed dial for the desired surface finish. Maintenance is simple too.