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Grit blasting SA 2.5




I HAVE AN INQUIRY FOR GRIT BLASTING SA 2.5 WHAT IS THE TECHNIQUE AND MATERIALS USED FOR SUCH METHOD? AND THANKS FOR ANY SUGGESTION.

BASHAR THABIT
CONTRACTING COMPANY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT - BAGHDAD, RESAFA
May 6, 2008



May 9, 2008

You need a mid-size compressor (90-100 PSI, 10-60 HP depending on area to be blasted), suitable hoses, pressurized reservoir with opening to load blasting media and discharge pipe outlet, angular (fractured) steel shot, nozzle 3/8"-1/2" of inside diameter (ceramic or tungsten carbide preferred but hardened steel also possible), operator (either in cabinet with gloves or covered with rubber or rawhide apron [on eBay or Amazon affil links] and rubber gloves [on eBay or Amazon affil links] and suitable face shield [affil links]). Look for shot blasting equipment in your preferred search engine for pictures of system.

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico




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