blasting machine

blasting machine

[′blas·tiŋ ma′shēn]
(engineering)
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Sinto America, a company that focuses on six primary markets, has received a new contact for a CNDR Drum Shot Blasting Machine from a United States automotive aftermarket remanufacturing company.
Following the trial of HPG 6, HMAC has folly converted one blasting machine to this operating mix and is in the process of introducing HPG into its second blasting machine.
Guyson Corporation introduces a new design in its series of automated blasting machine for work cell cleaning, finishing, and surface preparation.
Tunnel type shot blasting machine for complex chassis
A new automatic dry blasting machine for the surface preparation and finishing of cylindrical and other rotationally symmetrical components, has been introduced by Vacu-Blast, part of the WHEELABRATOR GROUP.
The Model RX-400 automated blasting machine is said to be the most compact standard rotary indexing blast system offered by the company.
Therefore, the traditional chemical pickling is more and more frequently dismantled to make room for a centrifugal blasting machine which definitively solves the problem of expensive wet residuals disposal.
The British operation of one of the world's leading manufacturers of high quality carbide tooling for applications in the aerospace, automotive and general manufacturing industries--Seco Tools (UK) Ltd, Alcester, Warwickshire--has recently installed a Ventus 92S dry abrasive blasting machine from ISPC Vacu-Blast International, for the surface preparation of a wide variety of advanced tool designs prior to chemical blacking.
Defence engineering organisation ABRO has installed an ISPC Abrasive Developments 'Vaqua' wet blasting machine at its Donnington facility.
Using the blasting machine has resulted in a die maintenance reduction of more than 80% for Premier Aluminum.