Micro abrasive blasting system

Micro abrasive blasting system

Micro-abrasive blasting is a cold working process based on erosion caused by abrasives blasted with high pressurized air. Often described as a sandblaster, it is a process by which micron-sized particles are mixed with dry air. This mixture is then propelled out of a small nozzle tip at high velocity. The tight focus of the abrasive stream is what makes micro-abrasive blasting so unique. Without masking or shielding, blasting can be restricted to as small as 0.050×0.080 inch. The system can cut, smooth/roughen and clean surfaces. It is also more precise and accurate, removing material down to the micron level to produce high-quality finishes.


Features & specifications

Aerodynamic tank

Powder gated valve

Air pressure (10-125 psi)

Abrasive powder capacity (01 litre)

Nozzle sizes (Round 0.38-1.5 mm diameter)

Working space (24” wide × 14” deep)

HEPA filter (99.97% efficiency on 0.3 micron-sized particles)