Working principle of the pressure type sand blasting machine The liquid blasting machine uses a grinding liquid pump as the feeding power of the grinding liquid, and the grinding liquid pump sends the uniformly stirred grinding liquid (a mixture of abrasive and water) into the spray gun. Compressed air, as the acceleration power of the grinding fluid, enters the spray gun through the air pipe. In the spray gun, the compressed air accelerates the grinding fluid entering the spray gun, is ejected through the nozzle, and is sprayed onto the processed surface to achieve the desired processing purpose. In the liquid blasting machine, the abrasive pump is the power supply and the compressed air is the acceleration power. The pressure type blasting machine is different from other sand processing equipment. The blasting machine is a type of abrasive A sand processing equipment to the surface of the workpiece. According to the characteristics of the sand blasting machine, the sand blasting machine is suitable for cleaning the rough surfaces of forgings, stampings and machined parts, used for the pretreatment process before spraying and electroplating, and strengthening the surface of polished parts. 、 Small parts and small batch production.
Sand blasting machine is characterized by air inlet pressure and sand blasting pressure display, and is equipped with pressure reducing valve, which can adjust the blasting pressure as required. A filter is installed at the compressed air inlet to filter out moisture in the compressed air.
The pressure blasting machine interface chemical analysis instrument also needs to use an optical imaging system for analysis in the application. After all, no matter how advanced a computer system is, you can't directly recognize an image like a human. Therefore, the advanced nature of optical system design is all the key to the instrument.
Generally, an optical imaging system consists of a lens and a CCD that magnify a certain magnification. The effect of specific imaging can be clearly understood only by looking at actual pictures. The criterion for a good imaging effect is that the background of the image is clear and does not affect the overall observation. The foreground has good imaging, specific to real sense.