Automatic Shot Blasting Cleaning Cabinets
Odlings MCR's Rotoblasts cabinets are ideal for automatically blast cleaning metal parts using steel shot.
Our Rotoblasts shot blasting cabinets have been used in various industries for over 20 years and for good reason. Blast cleaning parts like turbos, transmission cases, scaffolding clips, calipers and brake shoes is made easy and requires no man hours. Our automatic shot blasting machines are very well built and reliable making them the workhorse of many remanufacturing workshops.
Cleaning cycles typically take between 10 - 20 minutes, once finished the components are left rust free and ready to be repaired or repainted.
Our automatic shot blasting cabinets use only steel shot from grades S110 up to S550. The components which need blast cleaning are loaded and secured in to a steel cage which rotates slowly during a shot blasting cycle. While the steel cage rotates, steel shot is propelled from the bottom of the Rotoblast by toughened paddles which rotate at 2500 RPM.
When the steel shot hits the components inside the automatic shot blaster it removes a little rust or paint; over the course of a shot blasting cycle this process is repeated thousands of times. All the while air is being circulated through the Rotoblast cabinet and is filtered by the extractor, this removes any dust within blaster. The end result of the shot blasting cycle is clean components which is ready to be repaired or remanufactured.
The largest industrial sector which uses our Rotoblasts and other our other surface cleaning equipment is the remanufacturing industry. From automatic gearbox remanufacturers to turbo remanufactures our surface blast cleaning equipment has proven to be a cost effective means of removing paint and rust. Their demands on performance and reliability are a benchmark for the quality of our equipment and service.
With our blast cleaning machines still in service after 25 years our automatic shot blasters are a tried and test method of cleaning large amounts of components quickly and without the use of man power. However, if you require a specific surface finish then it could be possible that one of our manual blasters (possibly with automated features) is a better option; as the range of blasting medias is higher giving you more control.
CE Certificated - Meets all current safety guide lines, several safety features are fitted
Rubber lined interior - Reduces noise and damage to the unit and blasting blasting media
Integrated extractor - Keeps the working environment dust free
Easy to use - Minimal training is required.
We have a range of shot blasting units of different specifications and sizes.
If you are looking for a shot blaster please contact Odlings MCR to discuss your requirements.
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