Blast Room Systems

Blast Room Systems machines and parts
Blast Room Systems machines and parts
Blast Room Systems machines and parts
Blast Room Systems machines and parts

A blast room is a much larger version of a blast cabinet. Blast operators work inside the room to roughen, smooth, or clean surfaces of an item depending on the needs of the finished product. Blast rooms and blast facilities come in many sizes, some of which are big enough to accommodate very large or uniquely shaped objects like rail cars, commercial and military vehicles, construction equipment, and aircraft

Each application may require the use of many different pieces of equipment, however, there are several key components that can be found in a typical blast room:

  • An enclosure or containment system, usually the room itself, designed to remain sealed to prevent blast media from escaping
  • A blasting system; wheel blasting and air blasting systems are commonly used
  • A blast hopper – a pressurized container filled with abrasive blasting media
  • A dust collection system which filters the air in the room and prevents particulate matter from escaping
  • A material recycling or media reclamation system to collect abrasive blasting media so it can be used again; these can be automated mechanical or pneumatic systems installed in the floor of the blast room, or the blast media can be collected manually by sweeping or shovelling the material back into the blast pot

Additional equipment can be added for convenience and improved usability, such as overhead cranes for manoeuvring the workpiece, wall-mounted units with multiple axes that allow the operator to reach all sides of the workpiece, and sound-dampening materials used to reduce noise levels.

Primary goal of the AWSFS make shot blasting booth is to maintain dust free environment and facilitate health and safety of the personals in the plant area. This type of booth is used for low to medium production rate and when the parts cannot be suspended from a conveyor system due to size, weight, shape or budget. The surface of the work piece is cleaned by a mixture of abrasive and high pressure compressed air being directed at the work piece by blast nozzle. The grit blast room contains the abrasive being shot at the work piece, as well providing lighting & ventilation for the operator's safety.  The surface finish and roughness of the cleaned workpiece meet the customer's request. Removal of dirt, oxide scale, welding slag and waste paint on the surface of complex workpiece can make the surface of workpiece smooth, reduce the internal stress of workpiece and strengthen the surface of workpiece in order to improve the adhesion and anti-corrosion ability of paint.

Advantages of Sandblasting Safety Equipment

  • Durable components that needs very little maintenance cost
  • Screw conveyor system of AWSFS can recover as quick and much as your need
  • No limits as regards to room dimension
  • Recovery hopper floor layout as tailored
  • Storage hopper capacity of sand shot blasting chamber is large to allow long sandblasting autonomy
  • Powerful dust collector that keeps the environment free of dust and fine particles, and that increases significantly the equipment lifespan
  • Abrasive recovery system with adjustable separators that take charge of a wide variety of abrasive and media sizes