Shot blasting lies in propelling a controlled stream of abrasive shot material rapidly towards the surface being targeted.
At the heart of the shot blasting system lies a blast wheel. As the wheel rotates at high speed, the metallic abrasive (also known as media) is channelized to its center, from where Shot Blast Machine is accelerated and hurled in the direction of the surface being prepared. The contaminants as well as the media rebound into a separation system that contains a dust collector. The function of the dust collector is to remove the dust, contaminants and any media that has been pulverized. The remaining media can be recycled by returning it to the storage hopper for future use.