Each element of an Airblast Blast Room is engineered to be in balance with the other elements – this ensures that the flow of products, the flow of abrasive, and the flow of dust is smooth and uniform.
After an extensive investigation and analysis of the objectives and goals of the blast room our team of engineers draw upon years of experience and a long established installed base of blast rooms in operation around the world to ensure that the Airblast Blast Room proposal satisfies all of the criteria as well as allowing opportunities for future development.
As each Airblast Blast Room is designed specifically on a project by project basis the possibilities for customization are endless: multiple blasters operating on one room; product access through one end or both ends of the blast room; abrasive recovery options including: sweeping pit, cross conveyor, U shape, H shape, and complete floor automatic recovery with conveyor system or scrappers; down draft or cross draft dust extraction; automatic grit recycling incorporating magnetic separation.
For additional flexibility Airblast can provide a combined blast and paint room: once the blasting is completed and the abrasive recovered a separate paint extraction system is activated and painting of the product can begin. The reduced product handling provides additional quality control benefits as well as cost savings.
Airblast has an extensive reference list of installed blast rooms around the world working with companies such as Keppel Fells Singapore, Gdansk Shipyard in Poland, and many others.