PanBlast™ BP Series
QuickCut, CeraPeen, NaturalGrit, FastBlast, JetBlast, EnviroGlass, WireBlast, DeFlash, EnviroGrit, BrightBlast, PanaCut, MillRite, LiteBlast, LiteBlast PA, PB, PC, PaintMix, Silica Sand, Silicon Carbide, Sodium Bicarbonate, Stainless Steel Shot, Steel Grit, Steel Shot, Zinc Shot.
QuickCut™ Aluminium Oxide : Product Description And Technical Data: QuickCutTM Aluminium Oxide is one of the most economical processing medias for many dry-and wet-process applications where anything from a coarse profile to a micro finish is required. This sharp, angular, abrasive is the second hardest mineral after diamond and is especially suitable when no ferrous contamination can be tolerated on the processed surface. It can be used for the roughest cutting-down operations or in well-conditioned, pebbled form for producing very low microinch finishes on precision dimensioned parts. Its high density and sharp, angular structure make it one of the fastest cutting abrasives available. QuickCutTM is obtained by a process of electrically fusing and processing high-grade Bauxite to produce Brown Aluminium Oxide, and high-grade Alumina in the case of White and Pink Aluminium Oxide. Their crystalline nature contributes to their hard and fast cutting properties. It is also used widely in the manufacture of bonded and coated abrasives. QuickCutTM can be recycled many times depending on the grade of material and the actual process, and may be used in most types of standard abrasive blasting equipment.
CeraPeen™ Ceramic Bead and Shot : Product Description And Technical Data: CeraPeenTM Ceramic Bead and Shot are manufactured by an electric/thermal fusion of oxides. The internal structure is made up of a crystalline ceramic phase, bonded by an amorphous silica phase, resulting in high impact properties coupled with good hardness. CeraPeenTM Bead is generally used for the surface treatment of components such as: rubber and plastic molds, castings, boiler and heat exchanger parts. CeraPeenTM shot is used for the peening and peen forming of components, specifically in the aerospace industry. When used for peening applications CeraPeenTM Ceramic Shot offers several advantages over traditional peening media, such as steel shot and glass beads. The media can achieve peening intensities similar to those obtainable with steel shot, but with a resulting lower surface roughness. CeraPeenTM may also be used in peening applications where steel shot cannot be used due to potential ferrous contamination from the steel media. The high density of CeraPeenTM Shot enables peening intensities, equivalent to those obtainable with glass beads, to be obtained at a greatly reduced abrasive velocity. This feature results in, far less abrasive breakdown and thus less dust, a cleaner working environment, and better operator visibility. The narrow particle size distribution coupled with low breakdown rates, up to 15:1 in favour of CeraPeenTM when compared to glass beads, enables repeatable, consistent result to be achieved, a critical consideration when selecting a media for peening applications.
NaturalGrit™ Cereal Abrasive : Product Description And Technical Data: NaturalGritTM Cereal Abrasives are a family of abrasives manufactured and processed from natural agricultural fibers, to produce a soft blasting media conforming to international standards such as SAE and JIS. NaturalGritTM is produced in 3 types, Type A – Apricot; Type C – Corn Cob and Type W – Walnut. The major advantage NaturalGritTM has over more aggressive abrasives is that fragile components can be cleaned or deflashed without incurring any damage or etching on the underlying surface. The low oil content of NaturalGritTM makes it an ideal abrasive for deflashing electronic components when no oil residue is permitted to remain on the parts. The low oil content, along with its low combustion temperature, also makes NaturalGritTM ideally suited for removing burnt on deposits from automobile super chargers and turbine blades, as an expendable blasting abrasive; the product simply burns off after blasting without leaving any residue. As such, the product finds applications in power generation stations, turbine overhaul factories and in the aerospace industry. Both Types A and W, the heaviest and the lightest respectively, of NaturalGritTM, are widely used for cleaning moulds, motor armatures and motor drives prior to rewinding. Type C NaturalGritTM is highly absorbent, and its main use is in mass finishing processes for drying and absorbing water, oil or wax from processed parts and also for fine polishing or brightening of parts. Being a naturally occurring agricultural product, no hazardous waste is produced by the abrasive, thus environmental concerns and disposal costs are negated.