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I - Beam/ h-Beam/ PEB Structure
Shot Blasting Machine

The i-Beam/h-Beam/PEB Structure shot blasting machine is a powerful tool that uses abrasive materials to prepare steel surfaces by removing rust, scale, and impurities.

I-Beam & H-Beam
Shot Blasting Machine

I-Beams and H-Beams are structural steel sections with distinctive shapes resembling the letters "I" and "H" respectively. They are widely used in construction and industrial applications for providing sturdy support and distributing loads effectively.

     - High strength-to-weight ratio, offering excellent load-bearing capacity.
     - Versatile applications in various construction projects, including buildings,              bridges, and industrial facilities.
     - Efficient use of material, resulting in cost savings.
     - Ability to span long distances without the need for additional support,                      reducing construction complexity.

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Wheel Blast, Roller Conveyor


i-Beams and H-Beams provide structural support in construction and industry, while Pre-Engineered Building (PEB) structures offer efficient solutions for diverse building needs, including warehouses, commercial spaces, and agricultural facilities.


Light/ Medium


4 to 6 weeks


I-Beam and H-Beam shot blasting machines are commonly used in the steel fabrication industry for surface preparation of beams before painting or coating. Here are some typical features you might find in such machines:

  • Robust Construction: These machines are typically built with heavy-duty steel frames to withstand the rigors of industrial use.

  • Blasting Chamber: The blasting chamber is where the actual surface treatment occurs. It's designed to accommodate the size and shape of I-beams and H-beams.

  • Blast Wheels: Blast wheels are the primary components responsible for propelling abrasive media (such as steel shot or grit) at high velocity onto the beam surfaces. They are strategically positioned around the chamber for even coverage.

  • Variable Speed Control: The speed of the blast wheels can often be adjusted to optimize the blasting process for different beam sizes and surface conditions.

  • Conveyor System: These machines typically feature a conveyor system that moves the beams through the blasting chamber at a controlled speed. The conveyor is designed to handle heavy loads and ensure uniform treatment.

  • Dust Collection System: Shot blasting generates a significant amount of dust and debris, so an effective dust collection system is essential for maintaining a clean working environment and preventing contamination of the abrasive media.

  • Control Panel: Modern shot blasting machines are equipped with user-friendly control panels that allow operators to adjust parameters, monitor the blasting process, and troubleshoot any issues.

  • Safety Features: Safety features such as interlocks, emergency stops, and protective guards are integrated into the machine to protect operators and prevent accidents.

  • Optional Features: Depending on the specific requirements of the application, additional features such as automatic loading and unloading systems, abrasive recovery systems, and surface profiling capabilities may be available as options.

  • Customization: Manufacturers often offer customization options to tailor the machine to the specific needs of the customer, including variations in size, capacity, and functionality.

These features collectively contribute to the efficiency, reliability, and effectiveness of I-Beam and H-Beam shot blasting machines in preparing steel beams for various industrial applications.

Material Compatibility:

  • Steel: for structural components like frames and conveyors.

  • Rubber and polyurethane: for protective linings and noise reduction.

  • Cast iron: for high-wear parts.

  • Ceramic: for abrasive blast nozzles and wear-resistant components.

  • Alloy steels: for parts subjected to extreme conditions.

  • Plastics: for non-structural components and enclosures, offering corrosion resistance and lightweight properties.

Compliance &

  • OSHA Regulations: Ensure safety standards are met.

  • CE Marking: Required for conformity with EU safety standards.

  • ISO Standards: Follow ISO standards for surface preparation.

  • Industry Standards: Adhere to relevant industry guidelines.

  • Environmental Regulations: Comply with pollution and waste management regulations.

  • Manufacturer Specifications: Follow manufacturer guidelines for safe operation.

  • Quality Control: Implement measures to ensure quality and consistency.

Pre-Engineered Building
(PEB) Structures:

PEB structures are buildings that are pre-designed and fabricated off- site before being assembled on-site. They consist of standardized components such as steel frames, wall panels, and roofing systems, allowing for rapid construction and customization.


  • Quick construction time, leading to faster project completion and reduced labor costs.

  • Customizable designs to meet specific requirements and aesthetic preferences.

  • Cost-effective solution compared to traditional building methods, with minimized material wastage.

  • Superior structural integrity and durability, ensuring long-term reliability and low maintenance requirements.

  • Flexibility to expand or modify the structure in the future, accommodating changing needs and growth.

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