Why choose Gostol TST air blasting machines?
In our production program we have pressure and suction (siphon) blast cabinets. Suction blasting is mostly used for light production jobs, and general cleaning of workpieces. Pressure blasting is significantly faster and more aggressive than suction blasting.
Suction (siphon) blast cabinets
Suction (siphon) blast cabinets have special blasting gun with two hoses. One hose is operated by pedal and is connected to compressed air. Through the injector of appropriate shape ensures blow of air through the gun. Other hose is connected to the tank for abrasive. The jet of compressed air creates the vacuum inside the gun that pulls the abrasive through the pipe, which is connected to the tank. When it comes to the gun, vacuum pulls the abrasive through the hose that is connected to the tank. Abrasive is then siphoned through the nozzle from tungsten carbide.
Pressure blast cabinets
In the case of pressure blast cabinets the abrasive comes to a special gun, through abrasive-resistant hose that is connected to the tank for abrasive.
When it is under the pressure, the air pushes the abrasive through the hose to the gun, where it is a powerful jet with high working capacity (approx. 4-5 times higher than in the suction blast cabinets). Gun can be easily moved, allowing to direct the jet on the workpiece.
Machines are used for:
- Cleaning of impurities
- Hardening, shot peening
- Grazing for esthetical purposes
- Paint removal
- Surface preparation for application of colours, rubber, etc.
On request, these machines can be equipped with following options:
- Manual rotary table
- Carriage with manual rotary table
- Inside and outside roller conveyor
- Automatic rotary table with swinging gun holding arm
- Rotary drum for automatic treatment of workpieces
- Self-cleaning cartridge dust collector
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