Pressure Gauge, Air Regulator & Moisture Separator fitted Foot Switch & Door limit switch
Recommended Abrasive Size
30 - 220 Mesh
The Suction Blasting Cabinet uses a range of abrasives to remove rust and contaminants, depending on the type of blasting that is necessary, such as shot or sand blasting.
Because it collects all the abrasive media's fine particles into the Dust Collector, the Suction Blasting Cabinet offers an environmentally benign blasting procedure for abrasive blasting.
Using glass beads in the suction blasting cabinet provides a shiny finish to the metal object.
Suction blasting cabinets are used in confined spaces to clean, finish, and texture surfaces while protecting both the environment and workers.
Suction Blast Cabinet is based on the Injection Suction principle of blasting. The industrial sand blast cabinet secures non-stop working and no interruption in the blasting cycle. It is used for light and medium-size components/particles where the surface is to be cleaned or deburred or to provide a fine matte finish. It operates on the venturi principle to get abrasive from a non-pressurized storage hopper to the blast gun where it is mixed with the compressed air stream and propelled against the work surface or blasting surface. Suction blast machines are most easily recognized by having two hoses i.e. for air and Abrasive media such as copper slag, quartz sand, and steel grit running to the blast gun.
When we are operating with a suction-blast gun, it is simple to recognize, because it has two pipes attached to it, one providing compressed air and one vacuum pipe (abrasive blasting hose) bringing tools into the gun. Pressure-blast nozzles have simply one larger pipe to deliver a mixture of media particles and compressed air.
Suction blast cabinet
The suction blasting cabinet system uses the principle of integrating an air jet one half the inside diameter of the nozzle. This produces a negative pressure in the pipe that sucks the abrasive media into the gun body from the media containing hopper. A suction blaster can work continuously without shutdowns to refill abrasive media in the storage hopper and can be simply operated with multiple guns over multiple bodies.
Suction blast cabinets give the ideal cleaning, smoothening, and finishing solution to many coating, painting, and corrosion problems. They are ideally utilized for securing a decorative or naturally pleasing surface finish across many materials. Suction Blasting Machine generally have lower capital costs than a pressure blast cabinet and use less compressed air, making them appropriate for smaller workshops or lower production environments.
Suction Blasting Cabinet Features
Suction blasting cabinets are cheaper than similar-sized pressure blasting cabinets.
A suction sand blaster has considerably fewer moving parts and valves than a pressure abrasive blast unit, therefore, more easy maintenance and troubleshooting are possible there.
More limited air and abrasive consumption is there in an ejection gun (suction abrasive blast gun) as its air requirement is governed by the abrasive air jet, which is almost half the size the same as the blast nozzle diameter.
Continuous blasting is probable in a suction blasting cabinet because we require no think to refill the abrasive media containing hopper again and again in this, whereas in a pressure blast method the continuous blasting time is determined by the amount of abrasive media present in the storage hopper or pot present at one time.
Shot Blaster is the leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of different types of sand blasting machine which is used for a variety of metals for cleaning, finishing, and smoothing. Also provide air blast equipment for precision surface finishing of all shapes and sizes.