It is mainly used for surface blast,such as automobile, aerospace and other manufacturing industry, especially suitable for the thin-walled iron castings or aluminium casting and other small parts,also can be used for mechanical parts shot blasting and strengthen.
|Wire mesh belt width||mm||1250|
|The max loading capacity||kg||1200|
|The max workpiece weight||kg||100|
|Maximum workpiece cross section size||mm||1000×500|
|Dust removing wind volume||m³/h||15000|
The work-pieces are placed on the wire mesh conveyor with high wear resistance, shot blasted both above and below in single pass through the blast chamber.
Progress speed of the metal wire mesh conveyor and the blast wheel rotation can be changed through the Inverter. The number of blast wheels and the installed powers can vary depending on the models.
We can produce several models, from the smaller with a passage width of 500 mm, up to 1.500 mm of useful width.
Loading and unloading of the work pieces can be done manually or through automatic transport systems positioned before or after, or through robots, from the metal wire mesh conveyor.
The machine is automated and highly productive.
Shot blast machine with continuous metal wire mesh conveyor for the automatic treatment of marbles, granite and manufacture of cement products, natural stone.
Work pieces are placed on the wear high resistance metal wire mesh conveyor and shot blasted in a single passage, through the blasting room.
Speed adjustment of conveyor and blast wheels is controlled through an Inverter.
The number and the position of the blast wheels can change depending on the geometry and on the work pieces (in some cases it is requested only the blasting of the upper side, in some other cases also of the lateral side).
Loading and unloading of the work pieces on the conveyor can be done manually or through automatic clamps.
With proper regulated control and type of shot used in the shot blast machine, it is possible to produce different surface finishes to produce “antique” effect on marble stones and “bush-hamering” effect on cement products.