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Shot Blasting Machine For Concrete Surface

SURFEX SHOT BLASTING MACHINE FOR CONCRETE SURFACE

This machine is walk behind type, portable heavy duty self contained Shot blasting machine for surface preparation of plane surface, structure, concrete repair and restoration, general construction surface preparation prior to painting and coating, applying resin and tiles, to remove old coatings and rubber from roads and air port runways, asphalt cleaning etc. just to mention a few. The machine houses small size blast wheel to direct media at high velocity on the surface to be cleaned. The spent abrasive is recollected through vacuum pickup system inbuilt in the machine. The machine provides dust free working environment. The machine is easy to transport and use.
Model ASB-FB-101DT
Technical Specification

Working width 270mm
Blasting capacity Up to 150m²/h on concrete
Motor 11kW / 380V – 50Hz      / 22A – Three phases
Dimensions(LxWxH) 1880mm X 400mm X1060mm
Drive system/Speed Electric /0-25m/min
Mode of operation Horizontal movable self-propelled Backward(pull)
Surface Steel/Concrete/Stone/Asphalt
Accessories
Suction hose Diameter150mm X Length20m
Dust collector Motor 6.2kw
Airflow 1250m³/h
Dimensions(LxWxH) 1860mmX880mmX1450mm

 

Model ASB-FB-202DT
Technical Specification

Working width 550mm
Blasting capacity Up to 300m²/h on concrete
Motor 2x11kW / 380V – 50Hz        / 44A – Three phases
Dimensions(LxWxH) 1950mm X 720mm X1400mm
Drive system/Speed Electric /0-25m/min
Mode of operation Horizontal movable self-propelled Backward(pull)
Surface Steel/Concrete/Stone/Asphalt
Accessories
Suction hose Diameter150mm X Length20m
Dust collector Motor 6.2kw
Airflow 1250m³/h
Dimensions(LxWxH) 1860mmX880mmX1450mm

 

Model ASB-FB-102DT
Technical Specification

Blasting Width 200mm
Blasting Capacity Up to 80m²/h on concrete
Drive system/Speed 0.5-23m/min
Motor 120V/50HZ
Dimensions(LxWxH) 1300mmX400mmX900mm
Weight 154KG
Connect hose 75mm

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