Structural Steel FAQ, Part 7 – Comparing Commonly Used Blast Machines
Rosler Metal Finishing expertly designs shot blasting machines for these industries and others to descale, clean, and prepare structural steel for surfaces for end-use. The particulars of each machine largely depend on the size and shape of the specific components in need of preparation.
This installment of our Structural Steel FAQ series will answer What are the most commonly used blast machines for structural steel surface preparation and how do they compare?
Machine Types by Workpiece
Whether surface preparation is needed for steel beams and plates, round bars, pipes and weldments, ship building, pipeline construction, or heavy equipment and machinery, there are machines tailored to produce consistent surface finishing results for each component.
The most common machine types by component include:
- Roller Conveyor Machines for Plates and Beams
- Round Bar and Pipe Machines
- Roller Conveyor Machines for Large, Extra Heavy Components
- Spinner Hanger and Monorail Hanger Machines for Large Components