It is used for removing burrs, scale, rust and old paint, roughness smoothing, polishing, and for working of non-metallic surfaces. A distinctive feature of this chamber is small consumption of compressed air. Stable work without pulsation is achieved in the presence of compressed air in a volume of 0,8 m3/min at a pressure of 5-8 bar.
Blastcor® BС-110 SCFR cabinet has enlarged doors and a large work area that allows the operator to work not only small but also large-sized products. On request, the chamber can be manufactured both with front and side loading of products.
Supplied with Sandsturm® multipurpose abrasive metering valves, which allow working with any common abrasives 0.1 to 1.2 mm grade: cast-iron and steel shot and grit, glass beads, silicon carbide, alundum, copper and nickel slag and other kinds of media fabricated specially for blasting.
MANUFACTURING OF BLAST CABINETS BY ORDER
The operator places the workpieces on the rack and directs the abrasive-air jet onto the surface, holding the blasting gun “SGi” through special openings in the chamber with his hands. The abrasive used is collected in the lower pipe of the collecting hopper of the chamber, from where it is transported to the separator due to the vacuum that is created by the fan of the filtering and ventilating unit through the flexible hose. In the separator, the abrasive is cleaned from abrasive fines and dust. The abrasive falls into the conical separator hopper, where the mixing chamber is located.
Thanks to the construction of the jet pistol, vacuum is created under the air nozzle, and abrasive material is collected through the abrasive hose by the lower pipe of the collecting hopper of the chamber and is fed into the blast nozzle of the gun. Dusty air from the chamber and separator enters the filtering and ventilating unit, where it is cleaned and released into the atmosphere or the room, where the chamber is located.