Shot blasting process – Throwing the shotblast media  at a high speed of 65 to 110 m/second in a highly controlled way. It removing the contaminates on the surface with the help of the abrasive impact. The process of shotblasting is on its peak. It use compressed air for propelling the shot blast media. This method remains to clean of metal frames.

The shot blast production lines (both manual and automated systems), only became possible after the introduction of the centrifugal wheel blast machines. The system of shot blasting with the centrifugal wheel has proven to be more productive than by compressed air and achieves a better and more uniform finishing of the surface.

Grit Blasting Machine Manufacturer in India

Ambica Enterprises is the finest Grit blasting machine manufacturer in India. Providing many solutions for surface preparation, blasting methods, & abrasive media. Our organization consists of highly skilled professionals who have great knowledge in this domain and are very well aware of the standards and norms of the industry. We use improved technologies for manufacturing our products and keep in mind the timely delivery of the same.

Read More
What is a Shot Blasting Room?

A shot blasting room is an enclosed space designed for the purpose of shot blasting, which is a process in which abrasive particles are propelled at high speeds toward a surface in order to clean, strengthen, or polish it. Shot blasting rooms are typically used for large-scale shot blasting operations, such as those found in manufacturing or construction.

Read More
Steel Shot Blasting Media

Steel shot blasting media is a type of abrasive media used for shot blasting applications. Shot blasting is a process that involves propelling abrasive media at high velocity onto the surface of a metal part to clean or prepare it for further processing.

Read More
Small Lapping Machine

Small lapping machine are handy, tiny, and typically manufactured for smaller workpieces and applications. They are also referred to the benchtop or tabletop lapping apparatus.

Read More