shot blasting

shot blasting

[′shät ‚blast·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Cleaning and descaling metal by shot peening or by means of a stream of abrasive powder blown through a nozzle under air pressure in the range 30-150 pounds per square inch (200-1000 kilopascals).
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The South Bank-based firm, which is part of Ward Recycling, delivered more than 7,000 tonnes of processed glass for applications including shot blasting and water filtration between January and April.
India, July 7 -- The shot blasting process with dry dust extraction system contributes immensely and many organisations have started adapting this process.
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Research work was designed to develop the knowledge required to improve and ultimately eliminate the skin quality of CGI castings and generate data on its impact on the static mechanical and fatigue properties of CGI, as well as on the efficiency of shot blasting in improving these properties.
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Doha Petroleum Construction Company (Dopet) said it has taken delivery of two Atlas Copco portable air compressors for shot blasting duties on pipe components of Qatar pipeline.
It was confined to a shot blasting machine and the dust extraction system serving it.
John Leck, 40, of Burnley Street, Blaydon, suffered a fractured wrist, finger and collarbone, and ripped his scalp after falling while dismantling a shot blasting booth with two colleagues.
Datum Industrial Flooring advised the company that the existing floor required degreasing and shot blasting, and then treating with HCA equipment to burn off the deep rooted oils.