Wet-Blast Machines Eliminate Surface Impregnation
Rosler’s KS series of wet blast machines are designed to provide uniform media flow and improved finish control.
Rosler’s KS series of wet blast machines are designed to provide uniform media flow and improved finish control. Offering machine cabinet sizes ranging from 28" × 28" to 60" × 60", and a variety of sump and media capacities, the machines are said to enable flexible operation for a range of applications.
The system’s high-volume wet-blast process is a self-contained system that uses a slurry of abrasive media and water to clean, descale and degrease surfaces in a single operation. The slurry is directed through a high-volume, internally mounted pump to a blast gun where regulated air pressure adjusts the aggressiveness. The process is free of dust and chemicals, and its closed-loop configuration recirculates media and water, eliminating the need for a drain. The water is used as a buffer between metal and media to cushion shock and reduce downward force, which also eliminates the surface impregnation possible in traditional processes, the company says.
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