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blast chamber

[′blast ‚chām·bər]
(aerospace engineering)
A combustion chamber, especially in a gas-turbine, jet, or rocket engine.
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Also externally located LED lighting, for good illumination of the blast area and to remove any chance of a spark within the blast chamber.
Tenders are invited for Spare Parts Required For Shot Blasting Machine Rlm Type Blast Chamber, Model No.
In the 38 Liter Coal Dust Explosion Blast Chamber testing reviewed and overseen by the University of Kentucky, DSI DYWI Dust product an "air entrained wet rock dusting composition" when dry inerted coal dust explosions on every coal dust explosion event.
Here, the munition is surrounded with explosives -- and sometimes water bags -- and put in an armour-plated blast chamber, or "bang box".
Traditional shot peening machines moved the media from the blast chamber to the top of the classifier with vacuum, bucket elevators, or screw conveyors.
Units are constructed with a stainless steel inner blast chamber fully insulated with rigid polyurethane foam.
The Multiblast Rotating Spindle Blast system allows three items of soiled equipment to be stacked on a single rotating spindle in a rubber-lined blast chamber, where they are grit-blasted by three Guyson Model 900 guns traversing vertically at an adjustable speed.
Up to four suction-blast guns or two pressure-blast nozzles are mounted on telescoping multi-adjustable brackets in the blast chamber of the RSSA-6.
Offering a 3/8" thick, manganese steel blast chamber and multiple vestibule seals for abrasive containment, the machine is equipped with four direct drive blast wheels, each utilizing twelve blades to guarantee full exposure of the product to the blast streams.
Interior dimensions of the blast chamber of the cabinet are 42"H x 54"W x 46"D (1067mm x 1370mm x 1168mm), and a front sliding door of 42" x 30" is opened and closed by a pneumatic cylinder.
The Donovan Blast Chamber from Denver-based CH2M HILL offers a cost-effective method of destroying unexploded ordnance, obsolete munitions, energetics, and certain hazardous wastes.
Inside the blast chamber, the component rotates at controlled and adjustable speed as it is presented to a preset array of up to eight blast guns.