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Bead Blaster Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial bead blasters manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source bead blaster manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These bead blaster companies can design, engineer and manufacture bead blasters to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these bead blasters manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of bead blaster machine, bead blasting equipment, deburring beadblasters.

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  • Hartland, WI 800-854-0030

    Our sandblast equipment is designed to handle a wide variety of applications and we use manufacturing methods that guarantee these machines will stand the test of time. Our cost efficient systems will save you in energy expenses and we promise to assist you right away if you ever run into problems. We offer unsurpassed services and we integrated several value-added features into our products.

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  • South Elgin, IL 708-345-5300

    It is our mission here at Great Lakes Finishing Equipment Inc to accommodate all of your needs. We are the industry leader you have been looking for and our teams have the expertise to manufacture unparalleled innovations. Our bead blasters are superb and you will not be upset with our items. We offer a full line of replaceable parts and other value-added features. Feel free to visit our website for more information!

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  • St. Louis, MO 800-341-0043

    Midvale Industries is your one-stop source for all of your part finishing needs. From wheel blast finishing to vibratory deburring, steel abrasives to wheat starch, we stock a full line of what you need to get the job done. Our knowledgeable sales force is ready to assist you with solutions.

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  • Fairburn, GA 800-638-3000

    Come where shot peening is a scientific process and try Pangborn® Corporation. We offer a variety of sandblast equipment, including blast cabinets, abrasive blasting barrels and tables, descaling machines and shot peening machines. All the sand blasting equipment we sell can be customized.

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  • Houston, TX 800-727-5707

    MMLJ provides the blast cleaning equipment industry with the most effective and economical products. The Sanstorm Pressure Blast Cleaning Machines are provided by MMLJ along with The Genuine SodaBlaster&trade. Covering the full blast media spectrum for almost all industries, MMLJ provides modern, simple and trouble-free service. Check out our website today

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  • Hayward, CA 800-227-1134

    Over 40 years Kleen Blast’s been synonymous with quality abrasive blast media, sandblasting equipment, spare parts & service. Let us be your first choice as an all-in-one source with full line specialty abrasives, contractor & industrial abrasive blast equipment, safety products & accessories. Industry’s best delivery of proven, economical, eco-safe solutions plus spent grit disposal & recycling!

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Bead Blasters Industry Information

Bead Blasters

Bead blasters utilize high pressured streams of spherical abrasives to clean or otherwise resurface parts and components in industrial, commercial, and domestic settings. Like other sandblasting equipment, these devices are used to remove coatings, roughen smooth surfaces, smooth rough surfaces, etch, carve, degrease, deburr, peen, deflash, and descale a number of surfaces made of metal, wood, plastic, and glass.

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Bead Blaster Design

Though specific machines may differ, most bead blasters have similar construction. An air compressor is connected to a power source as well as a hopper or vessel containing abrasive beads. Hoses of varying lengths connect the hopper to a shot blaster gun. The gun and nozzle may be contained in a blast booth or cabinet if the beads are to be collected for reuse and if size permits. Pulling a trigger or pressing a switch causes the air compressor to push air through the gun, creating a vacuum; this vacuum pulls the abrasive beads through the tubing and out of the nozzle at the end of the gun in a high pressure stream directed towards the surface to be cleaned or resurfaced. The materials of both the object and the beads should be carefully considered along with flow rate and blast pressure. Additionally, the size of the beads is often variable depending on the needs of a given application as well as manufacturing techniques. Abrasive beads made of plastics, ceramics, glasses, and metals such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, acrylics, aluminum, brass, and bronze can be produced in a number of ways. Common processes which produce the spherical implements used in shot peening equipment include slip casting, pressing, injection molding, extrusion, spherical grinding, and spherical lapping.

Applications of Bead Blasters

Unique to shot blasters utilizing beads is the ability to decrease tensile strength while imparting compressive residual surface stress by dimpling the substrate, significantly improving fatigue strength. The use of rounded beads is crucial to this effect as angular and sharp-edged grit blasters, though effective at cleaning and resurfacing, do not result in these particular material advantages. Automotive, shipbuilding, electronics, construction, agriculture, industrial cleaning and processing, aerospace, decorative design, woodworking, and glass industries all make use of the versatility provided by bead blasting equipment. Bead blasting significantly increases the longevity of engine components such as gears, shafts, housings, and turbine blades. It improves the quality of various industrial components such as nuts, bolts, printed circuit boards, ships, bridges and building components. While traditional sand and grit blasters can be used in these applications, bead blasting is a rapid and dust-free process that minimizes the health risks associated with silica dust inhalation.



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