Boron Carbide Nozzle
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Boron Carbide Nozzle

Price Range : ₹ 3K - 20K

Ambica Enterprises
Boron Carbide Nozzle
5 - 12 mm
Nozzle Holder
Aluminum Nozzle Holder
Abrasive Blasting
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  •   Boron carbide nozzle used for deburring of moulded parts.
  •   Boron carbide nozzle used for shot peening andcleaning in construction, engraving in the glass, oil and steel industry, etc.
  •   It is used for preparing the surfaces for coating or bonding, finishing matt surfaces, fine jet nozzles for cleaning and modeling.
  •   It is use in the all types of abrasive blasting machines such portable sand blasting machine, pressure blasting cabinet, automatic blasting machine etc.
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The extreme hardness of the boron carbide material used in the build of the Boron Carbide Nozzle results in minimal wear. As a result of their exceptional wear resistance, the nozzles' durability offers outstanding cost advantages. Due to the high hardness of the boron carbide material, boron carbide blasting nozzles are designed for an exceptionally long service life under demanding industrial conditions. Even in applications utilizing extremely tough abrasives like corundum or silicon carbide, boron carbide nozzles perform superbly. 

Boron carbide nozzles are a more cost-effective option when compared to nozzles made of silicon carbide or hard metal when costs per blasting time are taken into account. The wide range of typical application fields covered by the sand blasting nozzle provides you with a simple way to improve process stability, performance, and reliability. We provide a range of abrasive blasting nozzle designs, such as blast heads, bow nozzles, and side-firing nozzles.

Benefits of Boron Carbide Nozzle

When used with the right amount of air and abrasives, boron carbide nozzles offer the longest lifespan. When rough handling can be avoided, boron carbide is perfect for use with aggressive abrasives like aluminum oxide and specific mineral aggregates. When using aggressive abrasives, boron carbide will typically outlast tungsten carbide by five to ten times and silicon carbide by two to three times. This substance is exceptionally durable because it is highly abrasion-resistant. As a result, it is particularly well suited to daily use, multiple shift operations, and extremely aggressive and/or sharp-edged blast media like corundum and abrasive garnet sand. However, it is more impact sensitive and thus better suited for stationary applications.

Compared to tungsten carbide nozzle, boron carbide nozzle are lighter. Because of their lightweight inner pipe blasting technique, bore carbide nozzles are used on the head. As the tool head rotates when blasting begins, the light boron carbide dung makes it simple for the user to perform a blasting procedure. There are different sizes of boron carbide nozzles available as needed. The process of sandblasting is carried out using compressed air.

Features of Boron Carbide Nozzle

  • Longer life span.

  • High durability.

  • High ability to withstand wear.

  • Anti-corrosion treatment.

  • Low cost peruse.

  • Downtime reduction

Boron Carbide Nozzle Manufacturers

Ambica Enterprises is a leading Boron Carbide Nozzle Manufacturers in India. Our company provides and manufactures all types of spare parts that are used in the abrasive blasting and metalizing process. We supply a wide variety of abrasive blasting machines such as sand blasting machines, shot blasting machines, pipe Cleaning shot blasting machine, hanger type shot blasting machines, and abrasive media like steel shots, glass beads, aluminum oxide, copper slag, silicon carbide, plastic media and so on.

We are also the manufacturer of a flame spray gun, arc spray gun, hvof gun, thermal spray gun, acoustic chamber, and coating powder like ceramic powder, molybdenum powder, tungsten carbide powder, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The sandblaster nozzles are made of hard and lightweight boron carbide, which makes the blast nozzle tip more durable and long-lasting than ceramics, tungsten carbide, and other materials.
What size blast nozzle is generally used?
The most popular nozzle sizes start at a 3/8 "inner diameter to 3/4" and then increased in 1/16" steps. A 3/8 "With a 185 CFM compressor, the nozzle is sufficiently constricted to generate an effective blast pressure.
When should a boron carbide nozzle be replaced?
You need to replace your boron carbide nozzle if your blast pot is clearing out much more quickly than usual and if the size of your nozzle has increased. As a result, efficiency is decreased and more abrasive is used. Actually, this might imply that your abrasive is operating up to 40% more slowly.