Shot blasting is becoming an essential component which is playing a crucial role in many industries of mining, construction, petrochemical, and automotive. Due to the immense utilization of shot blasting machines throughout the world arising a high demand of shot blasting machines.
Shot blasting or abrasive blasting is generally used against the surface of the metal with a high pressure to create a rough and smooth texture by removing the unwanted substances from the metal.
Shot blasting is the process of re-emerging the surface of metal objects by abrasive media like steel shots with the high velocity. This pounds the surface and detaches the rust and other materials.
The abrasives used in shot blasting is made by cutting the wire into the nut shells, and then loaded in the vessel provided for blast rotation.
These are very effective and efficient in nature.
Here are some points of how a shot blasting machine works:
After the blasting, the work piece is removed from the conveyor belt and unloaded from the machine.
Shot blasting is a popular surface preparation method that has its advantages and disadvantages. Some of the key advantages and disadvantages of shot blasting are:
The shot blasting price in India can vary depending on various factors such as the size and complexity of the job, type of material being blasted, location of the project, and the type of shot blasting machine being used.
According to general estimation, the cost of shot blasting in India can range from 20 INR to 50 INR for per square foot and can go up to 80 INR to 120 INR per square foot for complex projects such as surface profiling or heavy rust removal.