Blastrac closed circuit media blasting machines throw a large amount of steel abrasive media by centrifugal force at the surface. After the steel abrasive hits the surface, the shot blaster recycles the media. Dust and contaminants are removed by an air wash separator and are removed to a dedicated Blastrac dust collector. This makes the process almost dust-free in operation.
Blasting with steel shot is the most environmentally friendly abrasive blasting method there is, because there is no use of chemical products and no waste of valuable drinking water. The video below shows the shot blasting process perfectly.
WHERE CAN SHOT BLASTING BE USED FOR?
To clean and prepare surfaces | such as steel, concrete and asphalt.
To remove top layers | like paint and epoxy.
To remove markings & rubber | from highways, runways, industrial floors and more.
To improve skid resistance | on surfaces such as sidewalks, bike paths, roads and runways.
To generate optical and aesthetics effects | on surfaces like roads, highways and runways.