Shot Blasting

  Shot Blasting is a surface treatment process utilizing high speed steel grating. Shot impacting is strategy through which it is conceivable to get incredible cleaning and surface readiness for auxiliary completing activities.
 By and large shot shooting gathers grating particles at rapid (65-110 m/second) in a controlled way at the material consequently evacuating surface taints because of the rough effect. At first in the 1930's the shot shooting process utilized packed air for impelling the steel shot. This strategy stays being used today to clean metal edges and welded components. Shot impact creation lines, both manual and computerized frameworks, wound up conceivable with the presentation of divergent wheel impact machines.
 With regards to completing and cleaning tasks, the shot impacting surface treatment system is an exceptionally successful alternative. The rapid controlled shot impact makes a grating effect which expels surface defiles, along these lines making it a viable strategy for cleaning iron, steel, forgings, machine parts, installations and so forth..