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Geyser Abrasive
Shot Blasting  Machine

Introducing the reliable and high-performance Geyser Abrasive Shot Blasting Machine - perfect for all your surface preparation needs, from industrial projects to DIY tasks.

Geyser Abrasive
Shot Blasting  Machine

The Geyser Abrasive Shot Blasting Machine is an advanced industrial tool designed for surface preparation and cleaning tasks in various manufacturing and construction applications.


This machine utilizes a high-pressure stream of abrasive materials, such as sand or steel shot, to remove rust, paint, scale, and other surface contaminants from metal, concrete, and other materials.


The Geyser Abrasive Shot Blasting Machine operates by propelling the abrasive media at high velocity onto the surface, effectively etching and roughening it for further treatment or coating.


Its adjustable settings allow for precise control over the blasting process, ensuring optimal results while minimizing material waste.


With its robust construction and efficient performance, the Geyser Abrasive Shot Blasting Machine is an indispensable tool for achieving high-quality surface finishes and enhancing the durability of various industrial components and structures.

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Geyser  Shot Blasting Machine

Geyser abrasive shot blasting machines are utilized for surface preparation tasks, including cleaning, descaling, and deburring, across various industries such as automotive, aerospace, and construction, ensuring efficient and uniform surface finishes.



Customised option is available as per requirement 

4 to 6 weeks


  • Abrasive Blasting Nozzle: A nozzle designed to project abrasive material onto the surface being treated.

  • Pressure Control: Ability to adjust the pressure of the abrasive material being propelled, allowing for flexibility in handling different surfaces and materials.

  • Abrasive Media Hopper: A container to hold the abrasive material (such as sand, grit, or shot) before it is propelled through the blasting nozzle.

  • Dust Collector System: Integral to maintain a clean working environment by collecting and filtering out dust and debris generated during the blasting process.

  • Recovery System: Some machines may feature a system to recover and recycle the abrasive material, reducing waste and costs.

  • Adjustable Conveyor Belt: For moving the workpieces through the blasting chamber at a controlled speed, ensuring even treatment and productivity.

  • Control Panel: Interface for operators to adjust settings, monitor performance, and ensure safety during operation.

  • Safety Features: These may include emergency stop buttons, interlocks, protective barriers, and safety gear to prevent accidents and protect operators.

  • Blasting Chamber: Enclosed space where the blasting operation takes place, often designed for durability and easy maintenance.

  • Variable Blast Patterns: Capability to adjust the pattern of the abrasive spray, allowing for customization based on the surface being treated and the desired outcome.

  • Abrasive Recovery System: Mechanism to collect and recycle abrasive material for cost-efficiency and environmental sustainability.

  • Automated Controls: Some advanced models may feature automation for process control and optimization, including programmable settings and sensors for monitoring.

  • Accessibility for Maintenance: Easy access points and service panels for maintenance tasks, ensuring minimal downtime.

  • Portability Options: Some models may be designed with portability features such as wheels or handles for easier transportation and positioning.

  • Customization Options: Manufacturers may offer customization options based on specific requirements, such as size, power source, or additional features tailored to particular applications.

Material Compatibility:

  • Metals: Steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper, etc.

  • Alloys: Various alloy compositions used in automotive, aerospace, and other industries.

  • Plastics: Some plastics may be compatible, depending on their heat resistance and structural integrity.

  • Ceramics: Certain types of ceramics may withstand the abrasive blasting process.

  • Stone and Concrete: Used in applications such as architectural restoration and surface preparation.

  • Glass: Certain types of glass may be compatible, but caution is needed to prevent damage.

  • Composites: Some composite materials used in manufacturing may be suitable for shot blasting.

Compliance &

  • OSHA Regulations: Ensure compliance with OSHA standards for workplace safety.

  • ANSI Standards: Follow relevant ANSI guidelines for machinery safety and operation.

  • ISO Standards: Adhere to ISO standards, such as ISO 8501, for surface preparation methods.

  • CE Marking: Obtain CE certification for compliance with EU safety and environmental directives.

  • Environmental Regulations: Comply with regulations on air quality, noise, and waste management.

  • Industry-Specific Standards: Follow any industry-specific standards applicable to shot blasting equipment.

  • Manufacturer's Specifications: Adhere to manufacturer's instructions and safety recommendations for safe operation and maintenance.

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