Abrasive Blast Equipment

How to Reduce Operating Costs and Improve Finishes with a Blast Recovery System
Abrasive Blast Equipment

How to Reduce Operating Costs and Improve Finishes with a Blast Recovery System

In applications where slag media or other economical blast media are utilized, the long-term costs start to mount quickly due to the media breaking down and having to be replenished. The disposal and logistics of constantly dealing with spent media turn into a large cost of operation. By recovering the blast media and using recyclable media, the operation will move to a far more profitable and...

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Top Three Things to Consider for Robotic Blasting
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Top Three Things to Consider for Robotic Blasting

Robotic Blasting is becoming more and more prevalent in the manufacturing process. Companies are looking to increase efficiencies and lower costs. With robotic blasting equipment in place, the operation can run in a continuous mode. Operators are able to run multiple machines and become more efficient. Top Considerations for Robotic Blasting: Control and Repeatability: As an operator gets tired...

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Bring The Work In-House with Pre-Engineered Blast Rooms (PEB)
Dust Control Booths

Bring The Work In-House with Pre-Engineered Blast Rooms (PEB)

A Pre-Engineered Blast Booth (PEB) is designed for the company who is contemplating bringing work in-house. With no below grade requirements a PEB is a modest investment. Some key features of the system include; OSHA compliant enclosures, BVS(TM) booth ventilation system, Electrical Controls, Safety Interlocked doors to assure safe blasting, SuperBlast®ASME - approved pressure vessels,...

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Ergo Cabinets
Abrasive Blast Equipment

Ergo Cabinets

From an operator standpoint air-blasting is a physically demanding operation. Manual blast equipment is strenuous to use. Typically the operator is standing for long periods of time and the blast process requires repetitive motions to ensure a proper finish. These factors brought about the design of the Ergo Cabinet. Why not have the operator sit down versus stand to facilitate task performance,...

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Precision Blast System Has Robotic Automation
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Precision Blast System Has Robotic Automation

Guyson Corporation has integrated an unmanned surface finishing work cell that combines robotic component handling with automated bead-blasting and 100% optical inspection. The RX-800-RB blast system is designed for rapid processing of fragile automotive electronic parts that require a precise degree of impact treatment on one side. Due to the accuracy and repeatability needed to perform the...

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Abrasive Blast Equipment

Dry Ice Cleaning System delivers operational flexibility.

SDI Select™ 60 can shave with any dry ice media, from standard block, 3 mm pellets, nuggets, slices, and leftover scrap ice, or direct feed standard pellets. Able to clean surfaces of thin, hard contaminants without damaging substrate, system also lets operator bypass shaving media, turn up aggression, and clean using full 3 mm pellets when faced with heavier contaminants. System measure 24 x...

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Lean Robotic Blast Machine preps turbine buckets.

Designed for single-piece-flow processing of precision components, Model RB-600 is offered with adaptations for shot peening or surface preparation of turbine buckets and blades. Product is compatible with full spectrum of shot and grit blasting or peening media. Single blast gun or pressure nozzle is directed byÂ- 6-axis Fanuc Robotics LR Mate 200iC robot arm rigidly suspended from...

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Slurry Blasting Cleaning Technology Using the Power of the Blast Wheel
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Slurry Blasting Cleaning Technology Using the Power of the Blast Wheel

PROCECO's slurry blasting parts cleaning technology, also known as wet blasting, is a patent technology that uses a rotary wheel to discharge a mixture of hot cleaning solution and abrasive media at high velocity to clean and mechanically remove oxides, scale, carbon deposits, oil, and grease from metal part surfaces. The combination of the blasting wheel power and the abrasive slurry provides a...

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Rotary Components

Rotary Head for Complex Geometries

In many applications, parts that require cleaning will have complex geometries in the design of the part. This becomes a challenge to achieve a clean part due to many angles and areas that can trap contaminants. An example of a common application with complex geometries is cleaning airfoils. These airfoils are typically 3-4 vanes made into a single fabricated piece. The pitch of the blades and...

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What Is the Difference Between Pro Finish and ProFormer Systems?

What Is the Difference Between Pro Finish and ProFormer Systems?

The difference between a Pro Finish system and a ProFormer system is that the ProFormer is an all-in-one unit with only two connections required: air & electrical. The ProFormer cabinet is designed for production blasting and enables you to perform multiple tasks. You can clean, peen or prep for a coating by simply varying air pressure and blast media. The cabinets can be specified with...

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