Wet Blast Machines Eliminate Surface Impregnation

Offering uniform media flow and high finish control, Rosler’s KS series wet blast machines are self-contained systems that use a slurry of abrasive media and water to clean, descale and degrease surfaces in a single operation.

Related Topics:

Offering uniform media flow and high finish control, Rosler’s KS series wet blast machines are self-contained systems that use a slurry of abrasive media and water to clean, descale and degrease surfaces in a single operation. The slurry is directed through a high-volume, internally-mounted pump to a blast gun, where regulated air pressure adjusts the aggressiveness of the process. The media and water are re-circulated, eliminating the need for a drain, as well as wastewater pollution and costly disposal methods. In addition, by using water as a buffer between metal and media to cushion the shock and reduce the downward force, the wet blasting machines also eliminate the surface impregnation possible in traditional media-to-part processes.

With standard machine cabinet sizes of 28"-60" square and a range of sump and media capacities, the KS series machines are well-suited for a variety of applications, including cleaning and deburring molds, circuit boards, parts and castings, as well as preparing high-performance surfaces for etching, matte finishing, peening and texturing.

Editor Pick

Filtration System Eliminates Fine Chips from Coolant Tanks

LNS’ cyclonic coolant filtration kit removes fine chips from fluid before it returns to a machine tool tank, protects the machine tool from potential damage, extends cutting tool life and improves product quality.