The process is typically used to remove rust, scale or any other dry surface contaminants from parts, and can also be used to produce uniform cosmetic surfaces on metal products.
Carbon and stainless steel shot blasting media is most commonly used in our bulk and shot blasting process. Bulk blasting uses specialized machines to blast the surface of a material with one of many types of metallic shot (media). This is done to remove surface debris, such as scale, but it is also done to impart a particulate surface finish to the object being shot blasted.
Often, parts getting shot blasted are moving on to another step in the manufacturing process and must be clean prior to the next operation. This is a fast and economical method to clean material.
Not sure what your process may need? Our certified team has decades of experience working on shot blasting projects in Minnesota and Wisconsin and can match your needs and parts with the ideal solutions to meet your desired outcome.
Our various different available shot sizes provide a wide range of finishes and customizable shot blasting services to Minnesota and Wisconsin businesses with unique needs. Each of our blasting media comes in spherical and grit shapes in order to achieve the desired results of our customers.
We have a wide variety of shot blasting machines available to process our customers’ parts. Please note, we do have a size limitation of 48” x 24” and a weight limitation of 300 lbs per piece.
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