Plastic Media Blast Pot from Industrial Minerals (NZ) Ltd
Plastic Media Blast Pot Features:
- Designed and manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS standards and requirements.
- 12 month third party pressure vessel certification supplied with every pot.
- Gatekeeper air control valve.
- CLX air-bleed type pneumatic deadman handle.
- T-Valve abrasive control valves provides precise metering, easy maintenance and immediate shut off.
- Moisture trap, exhaust muffler, standard width forklift pockets, pressure regulator, pressure gauge, pressure relief valve, pressure differential control, pneumatic vibrator, quick connect air fittings, blow down mode control, free flow piping and main air isolation valve as standard.
- Abrasive cut off for abrasive air blow down.
- 60 pot shell cone, for improved abrasive flow. Wide, pneumatic wheels.
- Low pressure pop up valve is standard on this model.
- 200L (6ft³) abrasive capacity, 125psi pressure rating.
- 32mm (1-1/4″) fittings.
- Pressure hold deadman system.
- Blasting with plastic media, sodium bicarb and other light density abrasives.
- Shot peening applications.
- Blasting with very fine abrasives.
- Low pressure blasting to prevent substrate damage.
The Blast Pot is the heart of abrasive blasting with a pressure blast pot. Our product range offers different machine sizes and versions so the best possible blast pot can be used for every application and environment, whether for stationary or portable use.
All our blast pots are suited for the usual types of blast media and hence are used for a wide range of applications. We can offer appropriate solutions even for very fine blast media that often does not flow well. Generally speaking, abrasive blasting is referred to as “sandblasting”, but sand is no longer commonly used as the actual blast media for health reasons.
A question often asked regarding sand blasting has to do with the appropriate compressor so the blast pot can be used efficiently. Associating the correct compressor with the machine size is a frequent mistake, because the necessary compressor is based rather on the size of the respective nozzle and the corresponding air throughput. Therefore, it does not matter whether a 100- or a 200-litre blast pot is used for actual sandblasting.