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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It was subject to the shot-blasting process for cleaning purposes, performed with brown aluminum oxide ([Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]) particles of 35-70 mesh (212-600 [micro]m).
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.
As a water-based formula, it can be safely applied to diamond ground concrete, eliminating the need for shot-blasting to profile.
Shipping repair company Tyne and Wear Marine at Tyne Dock carried out shot-blasting and paint renewal on the structure.
Other product grades are being test marketed as shot-blasting material and as filtration media for potable water treatment plants.
As part of a recent UK restructuring programme, paper and industrial rolls from around the UK are sent to Stowe Woodwrd in Glenrothes for reconditioning/ modifying, and as part of this process need to be manoeuvred into and out of a shot-blasting chamber, vulcanising ovens and extrusion processes.
To enable the company to react in this situation to a client's very specific needs, Rosler has expanded its mechanical engineering sector on a pan-European basis to include the shot-blasting sector.
AIF it's heavily rusted or has layers of old paint, ask a shot-blasting company to strip it back to the cast iron.