shot-blasting

Related to shot-blasting: Grit blasting

shot-blasting

n
(General Engineering) the cleaning of metal, etc, by a stream of shot
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WRL Glass Media Ltd - part of Middlesbrough-based Ward Recycling - is now exporting its glass products into Estonia for a building restoration company to use in its shot-blasting activities.
A MIDDLESBROUGH glass recycling firm is creating more jobs following a massive hike in sales for its shot-blasting products.
The high cost in the supply and installation of conventional and large shot-blasting chambers for cleaning the stubs on anode rods prompted MetalTech Gulf to develop this new stub cleaning technology in close cooperation with a local Gulf smelter.
A shot-blasting chamber for metalwork treatment has been commissioned at a blank preparation and welding shop of the high-voltage transformer production plant.
As a water-based formula, it can be safely applied to diamond ground concrete, eliminating the need for shot-blasting to profile.
Ryerson is adding heavy plate leveling, straightening and forming equipment and shot-blasting capability.
Gerry was the owner of a shot-blasting company in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, and a founder director of Peterhead FC.
Maintenance fitter George Reeves, aged 54, was cleaning a large shot-blasting machine at Benford Ltd, Prologis Park, Holbrooks, on the morning of Saturday, May 21 2005.
Shipping repair company Tyne and Wear Marine at Tyne Dock carried out shot-blasting and paint renewal on the structure.
It has also installed new shot-blasting and spraying facilities, two curing and heating units, pipe-cutting and steel cutting machines.
Other product grades are being test marketed as shot-blasting material and as filtration media for potable water treatment plants.
At Ingersoll, Ontario, plans are underway to install shot-blasting for cleaning and new annealing furnaces for more cold heading rod and wire processing.