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10/1/2015

Blast Cleaning Technologies’ Plate Blast System Designed for Descaling of Plate and Structural Shapes

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This system is designed for descaling application of plate and structural shapes.

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Blast Cleaning Technologies’ 96"-wide, four-wheel Plate Blast System is designed for descaling application of plate and structural shapes, running on a horizontal roll conveyor. This system features four blast wheels, a manganese steel structurally reinforced cabinet, a retractable front vestibule, a double blow-off air cannon system and an abrasive separator with an “automated flow control system.” 

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