Sandblasting machine accessories
Sand blasting machine accessories on the term explanation of sand blasting industry.
Valley: The surface of the workpiece is lower than the original surface after being impacted by abrasive particles.
Volume of compressed air passing through a point in CFM1min (ft3
Mill (mil10-3in or 25.4 * 10-6m shot blasting and painting is a unit used to measure roughness and wet or dry film thickness of the coating.
Abrasive: A general term for natural particles of artificial or by-products that can be cleaned, cut, abraded, scoured or can change the surface state after obtaining a certain speed under the action of compressed air, water flow, centrifugal wheels, blades, etc.
Mesh: The actual size of the abrasive particles. Determined by the size of the particles that cannot pass through a standard screen.
Coarse Abrasives: Abrasives with a particle size not less than 90 mesh US standard.
Fine Abrasives: Abrasives with a particle size not greater than 100 mesh standards in the United States.
Air compressor: A mechanical device that compresses air.
The pressure inside the grit blasting machine is equal to the pressure at the outlet of the abrasive valve. In this case, the abrasive material flows freely into the compressed air stream. Isobaric: Terminology.
Dust collector: a device for collecting dust caused by sandblasting (peening) in the ventilation airflow. Purify the air and make it suitable for environmental protection.
Cyclone separator: an abrasive recovery device. Use centrifugal force to separate dust, impurities, fine abrasives and reusable abrasives.
Abrasive valve: a mechanical device with an adjusting function installed on the sand blasting machine to change the flow of grinding.
Abrasives for sand blasting machine parts are used in abrasives of sand blasting equipment. Most of them are generally called 'abrasives' or 'grinding materials'. However, due to its processing purpose, there are other materials that do not fall into this category. These materials are collectively referred to herein as 'abrasives', but various abrasives are commonly called under their own unique names.