5/4/2009 | 1 MINUTE READ

Airless Swing Table Shot Blast System

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Viking Blast & Wash Systems’ 48 ST airless swing table shot blast system is designed with the table attached to the door. When the blast door is opened, the worktable swings completely clear of the cabinet, offering easy loading and unloading, the company says.

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Viking Blast & Wash Systems’ 48 ST airless swing table shot blast system is designed with the table attached to the door. When the blast door is opened, the worktable swings completely clear of the cabinet, offering easy loading and unloading, the company says. Table-style blast machines are capable of cleaning a variety of parts that cannot be tumbled because of either their size or shape. The table rotates while exposed to the abrasive blast, providing a uniform surface finish.
The table comes standard with a single swing door. An optional second door with a table can be added for improved efficiency and increased production. This machine offers a ½" thick steel table with a replaceable, abrasive-resistant liner that is 48" in diameter. The 48 ST can clean parts as tall as 48" and has a load capacity of 2,000 lbs. Two 10-hp VK PowerMax 1300 blast wheels are used for optimum cleaning efficiency. Abrasive resistant, manganese alloy plate wear liners protect the blast cabinet in the primary blast zone, directly opposite the blast wheels, which is said to provide long life. Cast chrome liner packages are also available for increased cabinet protection and abrasive resistance. Other standard features include an air wash separator for cleaning abrasives prior to blasting, a separator plate to provide equal distribution of abrasive for a smooth and even finish, and a safety interlock to prevent opening of the blast door during operation.

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