Portable Shot Blasting Equipment

portable shot blasting equipment
    shot blasting
  • Clean or strip (a metal or other surface) by directing a high-speed stream of steel particles at it
  • Abrasive blasting is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants.
  • A process of cleaning forgings by propelling metal shot at high velocity by air pressure or centrifugal force at the surface of the forgings. See also Blast cleaning.
  • a satin finish obtained by using tiny glass pellets, one or two microns in diameter.
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • Mental resources
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • A small transportable building used as a classroom
  • of a motor designed to be attached to the outside of a boat's hull; "a portable outboard motor"
  • a small light typewriter; usually with a case in which it can be carried
  • easily or conveniently transported; "a portable television set"
  • A version of something, such as a small lightweight television or computer, that can be easily carried
portable shot blasting equipment - The shot-firer's
The shot-firer's guide: a practical manual on blasting and the prevention of blasting accidents
The shot-firer's guide: a practical manual on blasting and the prevention of blasting accidents
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What's In My Bag
What's In My Bag
saw a few people post their bag shots so i thought it'll be fun to show mine before i packed them for school on Monday. 1. Vaude 40 Litre backpack, so that my 17"inch laptop can fit in along with my other stuff. outside of school this backpack is becomes my companion on my travels. 2. Sweater, because lecture theaters have funky temp sensors 3. Extra clothes, hair gel, toothbrush. After my daily track running on campus, comes in handy when i do overnights in studio 4. Swim gear: trunks, googles and a towel. Because i head to the school pool after a run and before lectures at 10am. 5. Dell Inspiron 9300, 17"inch makes a good way to do presentations without a projector. none of that dual core shite, but i'll it gets the job done. Mainly for surfing lightroom, sketchup and blasting music in studio. Affectionately known as "Neil" (see number 15) 6. Sony Ericsson K618i: to call Dad when he's nearby so that i'll get a free ride home, it saves me money 7. Creative Bluetooth Wireless Headset: connects to my K618i or laptop to stream music, no wires=no fuss. i wish the sound quality was better. 8. Sandisk Sansa e230: packed with Oasis for running along with 9. Cables: Wish i could do without them 10. Laptop power adapter: because Neil's old and his batteries don't last long 11. Bluetooth dongle and multicard reader: bluetooth so that i can do presentation with my phone's bluetooth remote control and card reader for my CF cards. 12. 100gig 2.5 inch portable HDD: for work, cad files, renders, 3d models and lecture notes and storing my RAW photo files. the rest of the space goes to Heroes, X-men, various movies, Friends and Everybody Loves Raymond. 13. Logitech mx518: can't live without it, best companion while cadding, saves time while doing sketchup models. 14. retractable mouspad: automatically rolls up neatly into its container like a mini projector screen. 15. Current Read: Neil Gaiman's Smoke and Mirrors. Currently my favorite author. Its school term but i try to read on the bus, this collection of short stories are perfect for 30 min rides. 16. Moleskin: with gridded pages because squares rock my world. mainly for sketching, pasting in photographs and recipes of ice cream. 17. muji cosmetic case: no i don't use cosmetics but i use it to store my pens, penknifes, erasers, colour pencils and such. Because i'm a messy person it keeps the desk tidy with my model making stuff inside. 18. other archi school equipment: such as set squares(i left the 45 one in studio) colour markers, more pencils. 19. Water Bottle: because i'm not a camel and i sweat alot.
Jet Blast
Jet Blast
Earlier this year I was asked to photograph a marriage. A wonderful thing to do. Especially, as the couple wanted no ordinary album, but a mix of romantic photos and an authentic journalistic impression of their "big day" The happy couple picked a wonderful all weather location for their photo shoot: the airport at Rotterdam, the Netherlands. They both have great interest or are involved in the aviation industry. So, why not pose with an aircraft... That day the weather was not that great. The METAR showed: 050725Z 01006KT 8000 R24/7500 +DZ RA BKN022 OVC050 18/M21 Q1020 NOSIG. So, we were in and out of the hangar to take photos. In the middle of the in-between-showers-outdoor-shoot, the flight crew of another aircraft started their engines to taxi to the runway. As jet blast can cause real havoc and destruction on a big wedding dress, the bride made a flight for Airport 1 to shelter from the jet fuel laced mini tornado. All in all a funny situation, that also resulted in a memorable and not so ordinary wedding photo. Mission accomplished!! (including getting the engine of the B737-800 in the shot). The red line on the apron had a big resemblance with a red carpet, so I left it red in this black and white image.

portable shot blasting equipment
portable shot blasting equipment
New 60 Gallon Sandblast Cabinet Sand Blaster Air Tool w/ 40lb bottom feed hopper
Want to clean rust, old paint, corrosion and grime off parts quickly and easily?

Need to clean parts at home or a small shop?
Measures 55"(H) x 35"(W) x 24"(D)
12" inch floursent light with exterior power switch for easily viewing what you are cleaning
Side load door allows loading large items easy
Glass viewing window with 3 free replacement films so your glass is undamaged during use.
40lb bottom feed hopper has a drain door for easily replacing media.
33"x22"x14" inside working area allows for large items to be cleaned.
Thick rubber gloves mounted to the cabinet for easily handling parts.
This cabinet includes 4 different sized tips for precision cleaning. The cabinet and gun are capable of using steel shot, silica sand, corn cob, walnut shells, Black Beauty, crushed glass, and glass beads..

We strongly suggest using Black Beauty as your Cleaning Media for steel, paint removal and rust removable
1-2 Hours Assembly Time
What you Need:
Air Compressor with w/ at least 12 CFM and 40-80 PSI
50 LB Cleaning Media
1 Year Parts 90 Day Labor

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