Shotblast Supplies Ltd Blast Machines are manufactured to PD5500 and rigorously inspected by a very well recognised independent inspection company giving testing, documentation and quality of our product with an independent recognised certification mark.
Our Blast Machines lead in performance giving an extended life cycle, reliability, mobility and low maintenance costs. These are supplied with blast hose, deadmans handle and nozzle. Also included are airlines to the deadmans handle and to the breathing air filter supplying the airfed helmet to give the operator continuous clean air.
We recommend using a 250CFM Compressor for the larger machines to give a trouble free operation.
The blast machine we supply is a single chamber high production unit. It is capable of holding up to ___kg of abrasive. This should give an approximate blasting time of _____ minutes.
The machine is fitted with a remote control system allowing the operator to switch the blast machine on and off using the deadmans handle attached at the end of the blast hose.
A universal abrasive grit valve capable of operating with most commercially available abrasive is fitted to the base of the machine. The blast hose connects to this valve.
The machine is mounted on two wheels and has a single fixed leg. This enables it to be easily moved around and remain stable in operation. The machine is fitted wth an automatic rubber pop up valve and O-ring to ensure long wear life and reliability. The valve is controlled by a fast acting remote control valve which is in turn controlled by the deadmans handle.
Most installations require some form of foundation work. Whatever is required Shotblast Supplies can supply drawings for all excavations and finished foundations to suit whatever system is required. We also have people that can prepare all the ground work and concrete to fine tolerances.
Portable Containerised Blastroom
Shotblast Supplies also supply a portable containerised blastroom which is built within any size that can be transported in one piece on the back of any wagon or low loader. It has got everything in it that any size blastroom has got except all the equipment is fitted into an equipment room built on the endof the blast area. This makes it very portable and can be quite easily moved around any site. Once the room is in position it takes minutes to be operational. You just connect the compressor to the room and plug in a 32 amp, 5 pin electric extension lead and you are working.
Each blastroom is made to measure to suit the customers requirements. The rooms are normally built from 100 x 100 x 5 SHS with infills of 2mm castellated steel sheeting to give a good sturdy structure. The doors are normally swing doors. 5’-0 LED Lights are fitted into the the top corners of the room the give good continuous light. The walls of the room are fitted with loosely hung 3mm rubber sheeting to take the impact of flying grit. The flooring is normally open mesh flooring to allow grit to fall through into whatever recovery system you may use. Ducting connects the room to the dust extractor to easily evacuate the air and dust through the room.