Extraction of blast cabins and blasters
PROBLEMS OF BLAST CABINS AND BLASTERS EXTRACTION PROCESS
We deal with dust extraction at blasting booths and blasters. Dust extraction is an integral part of the blasting, blasting or sandblasting process. Blasting is the technological process of treating the surface of various, usually hard, materials with a stream of pressurized abrasive particles. The most commonly used abrasives for hard materials are steel shot and S-granulated steel, silica sand, corundum, ballast, steel grit, white cast iron grit or slag, or ceramic microspheres.
The reason for blasting the material is to remove impurities from the surface of the blasted product so that the product is ready for subsequent painting. During blasting, rust particles, old paint and other impurities are released into the blasting area. These dust particles are sucked out and separated by a filter system. When blasting aluminium products, aluminium dust may be extracted and form an explosive mixture with the air, and the filter system is therefore equipped for the extraction of explosive dusts.