Remove of Heat treated scales from the surface of the Plates,
For removal of old paint from metal surface of ships and other structural steel components.
For creating rough surface for proper bounding of the primer/paint.
Working Principle of the Plate Cleaning Machine :
It consists of inlet and outlet side Roller conveyors as material handling systems. The plates to be blasted are placed on inlet side of the roller conveyor, from where it travels forward and enters into the inlet tunnel. After passing through the inlet tunnel components enters into the blast zone which consists of Blast Wheels. These Blast wheel units are strategically placed around the Blast cabinet. The arrangement of the blast wheel ensures optimum blast cleaning and maximum utilization of the abrasive energy. Blast wheels fires the abrasive at high velocity on the forward moving plates & blast cleans them thoroughly. Blasted material moves forward and enters into the outlet tunnel.
A Dust collection system is provided with the machine which will continuously remove the dust and fine particles, thus keeping the inside of the machine and the nearby environment dust & pollution free.
These Type of Machines basically consist of under mentioned Parts :
Main Blast Cabinet with inspection Door
Mn. Steel Overlapping Tiles inside cabinet & on Door.
Vestibule at Inlet & Outlet Side
Rubber Curtain Type Job Passage opening at inlet & outlet side.
Blast Wheel Units with Drive Mechanism.
Abrasive circulation unit
Bucket Elevator unit
Abrasive Separation/Cleaning system with Storage Hopper
Automatic Abrasive Control Mechanism (SOUNDABRATOR unit)
Dust Collector with Cleaning Mechanism.
Brush-Off & Blow-Off unit at outlet side.
Roller Conveyor Type Job Handling system at Inlet & Outlet Side.
The mixture of fine media particles (such as glass Beads etc.), and liquids (water) is called slurry. This Slurry is then fires at high-speed by using an exclusive shoot nozzle and the power of compressed air. When this high-speed shot slurry hits the work piece, the particles within the slurry shaves, hits and rubs it. Also liquid washes away the shaved dust and ridden dirt as well as the particle itself. This technique is called "wet-blasting".