KAITAI steel shot S330
Model:S780/SS2.5 , S660/SS2.0 , S550/SS1.7 ,S460/SS1.4 ,S390/SS1.2
,S330/SS1.0 ,S280/SS0.8 ,S230/SS0.6 , S170/SS0.5 S140/SS0.4 ,
S110/SS0.3 , S70/SS0.2.
In accordance with standards of GB/T18838.3-2008 Steel Shot and
Steel Grit,SFSA20-66Cast Steel Abrasive, SAE J827 Cast Steel Shot,
SAE J1993High Carbon Steel Grit, YB/T5149-1993 Cast Steel Shot,
YB/T5150-1993Cast Steel Grit,ISO11124-3High Carbon Cast Steel Shot
The Major Technological Index:
Max Deviation ±3.0HRC
Tempered Martensite or Sorbite
Blast cleaning of cast steel shot:Used for blast cleaning of casting, die-casting,forging,sand
removal of casting, steel plate, H type steel, steel structure.
Rust removal of cast steel shot:Rust removal of casting, forging, steel plate, H type steel, steel
structure, descaling of forging.
Shot peening of cast steel shot:Shot peening of gear, heat treatment.
Shot blasting of cast steel shot:Shot blasting of profile steel,ship board,steel board,steel
Shot blasting of cast steelshot:Shot blasting of steel board, profile steel, steel structure.
Pre-treatment of cast steel shot:Pre-treatment of surface, steel board, profile steel, steel
Steel shot mainly used for the following equipment including rotary
barrel shot blasting machine, chain type shot blasting
machine,pedrail type shot blasting machine,pass_through shot
blasting machine,table type shot blasting machine, Pendent-chain
& Pile-type Shot Blasting Machine,trolley type shot blasting machine,abrator, abrator equipment,shot
peening machine,shot peening equipment,sandblasting
machine,sandblasting equipments,steel material pretreatment
production line,steel plate pretreatment production line, steel
structure pretreatment production line.
Distribution of Cast Steel Shot:
braided bag packing,flexible container packing,stock packing,paper
bag packing,barrel packing:
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How to Choose Sandblasting Media?
Sandblasting is a process in which sand, glass beads or some other
medium is shot at high speed through a machine across the surface
of a hard material until it is sanded smooth. Sandblasting is often
done to remove a previous finish on an item, to remove rust, or to
prepare a surface to receive anew coat of paint. The kind of medium
used to blast the surface depends on how difficult the removal is
and how much impact the material can withstand.
Start with a gentle medium if you are uncertain. If you are unsure
how the material will withstand sandblasting it is best to choose
the gentlest medium and work your way up. Walnut shells are one of
less abrasive sandblasting media you can use and are completely
biodegradable, so there are no concerns about environmental impact.
Corn cob is also biodegradable and will not etch the material being
blasted. Pumice is the softest of all the blasting media. It is
often used to remove paint from soft wood.
Consider glass beads as a medium. Glass beads give a soft, bright
finish that is more attractive than angular media. Glass beads can
be recycled up to 30 times. Crushed glass grit made from 100
percent recycled bottle glass is also available.
Choose plastic beads for automotive sandblasting. Plastic beads are
made out of acrylic, polyester, melamine and urea. They deliver a
high stripping rate without damaging or warping the underlying
Take care with cleanup if you use aluminum oxide, another gentler
medium on the sandblasting palette. It is composed of small grains
of aluminum oxide and is very long-lasting. The disadvantage of
this medium is that you must carefully dispose of the material
after it is used.
Use silicon carbide for toughest jobs. Silicon carbide is the
hardest medium available for sandblasting. It allows for shorter
blast times and lower cost overall than other media. It can be
recycled more times than aluminum oxide or sand.
Pick steel grit or steel shot for special finishes. Though softer
than aluminum oxide medium, steel grit leaves an etched surface
that makes it easier for paints to adhere. Steel shot is used for
peening operations to leave a smooth, polished finish. The shot can
be used up to 3,000 times and produces minimal dust.
Try dry ice sandblasting. One of the newest methods of sandblasting
is using compact dry ice pellets shot in a jet of compressed air.
Dry ive is used to clean machinery, electrical installations,
electromechanical equipment and other surfaces where the residue
from standard sandblasting techniques would be detrimental.