Steel Shot Blasting Pipe

Specialize in Commercial Blast Cleaning, Portable Industrial Sandblaster and Grit Blasting services in India

What is Shot Blasting?

Shot Blasting

The technological process of eliminating numerous impurities from diverse exteriors by the use of an abrasive media is referred to as a shot blasting. Steel Shot Blasting is not only used for surface protection but also for pre-preparation of steel surfaces prior to further processing, for instance, welding, colouring, etc. In short, this process is used for Commercial Blast Cleaning oil, grease or other residues.

Inhouse Sandblasting Equipment for internal Abrasive Blasting to ISO SA 2.5, check Shot Blasting Process

Steel Shot Blasting Pipe

Steel Shot Blasting Pipe

Blast Cleaning Steel Pipe Spool

Blast Cleaning Steel Pipe Spool

Abrasive Blasting Pipeline

Abrasive Blasting Pipeline

 

Shot Blasting Process

The treatment process includes the use of high-velocity steel abrasive media to form a matte, rough surface. The benefit of using a Portable Sandblaster is that it is mobile and it could be used as and when necessary, while also treating smaller areas.

Steel Shot Blasting Specifications

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Type ST 24-16 ST48-18 KB 48-20
Steel Pipe Diameter (mm) 2" to 24" 24" to 48" ≧36“
Work speed (m/min) 0.5-15 0.5-6 0.5-6
Power per blast wheel (kW) 7.5/15/18.5/37 7.5/15/18.5/37/45 18.5/37/45/55/90
Number of blast wheels 2/4 2/4 2

Stainless steel Pipe blasting size range 1/8” thru 24” 
Steel Shot SAE S930, S780, S660, S550, S460, S390, S330, S280, S230, S170, S110, S70.
Steel Grit SAE G10, G12, G14, G16, G18, G20, G25, G40, G50, G80, G120
Steel Shot Blasting Hardness Range
  • (S) Standard 40-48 HRC
  • (M) Medium 47-56 HRC
  • (L) Hard 54-61 HRC
  • (H) X-Hard 60 + HRC
Pipe Shot Blaster Uses & Application
  • Oil and Gas pipe line
  • External / Internal Surface cleaning requirement
  • Line speed requirements
Abrasive Blast Cleaning It is used to remove weld marks on various material like stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminium alloy

Shot Blasting Ball Material

  • Steel Shots
  • Steel Grit
  • Aluminum Shot
  • Garnet Steel Shot
  • Stainless Steel Cut Wire Shot
  • Zinc Shot
  • Lead Shot

Shot Blasting Ball Size

1mm to 6 mm

Shot Blast Piping Products

Stainless steel Pipe shot blasting for a equal finish to sand blasting

Glass bead blasted stainless steel pipe spools

Glass bead blasted stainless steel pipe spools

Blast cleaning pipe flanges

Blast cleaning pipe flanges

Abrasive Blasting Steel Tubes

Abrasive Blasting Steel Tubes

How To Check Shot Blasting Quality?

The best manner to assess the Shot Blasting on a product is by using a surface profile comparators, which could be used to examine the freshly blasted contours to pre-defined profiles. These comparators are available with different measurements as well.

Abrasive blasting for stainless steel pipe

Surface processing for e.g. cleaning or modification is possible by means of abrasive blasting. Along with the removal of rust or oxidative residue, this process is useful in making the surface of steel pipes rough or even give it a matt appearance. 

Steel shot blasting vs sandblasting

Basically, the sandblasting or as known as Abrasive Blasting process adopts compressed air to dispatch some form of abrasive media such as sand against the component that is to be treated. Whereas, Shotblasting or as referred to as grit blasting, applies a centrifugal force from a mechanical machine, which in turn is used to propel a treatment media upon the material.

Stainless Steel Pipe Shot Blasting

It is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly process of preparing SS Pipe for final finishing processes.