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Swing Table Type
Shot Blasting Machine

The Swing Table Type Shot Blasting Machine efficiently cleans, peens, and polishes metal surfaces using a rotating table and blast wheel.

Swing Table Type
Shot Blasting Machine

A swing table type shot blasting machine is a type of industrial equipment used for surface preparation and cleaning of various materials, such as metal components, before painting, coating, or finishing. 

In a swing table type shot blasting machine, the workpieces are typically placed on a rotating table that swings into the blast chamber. Inside the blast chamber, abrasive media, such as steel shot or grit, is propelled at high velocity onto the surface of the workpieces. This process removes contaminants, scale, rust, and other surface imperfections, leaving behind a clean and textured surface.

The swinging motion of the table allows for uniform blasting coverage on all sides of the workpiece, ensuring thorough cleaning and preparation. Swing table shot blasting machines are commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, foundry, and metal fabrication for preparing components of various sizes and shapes.




Swing Table Type

Swing table type shot blasting machines are utilized for efficient surface preparation and cleaning of metal components in industries like automotive, aerospace, and metal fabrication, ensuring thorough and uniform coverage for optimal finishing results.



Customised option is available as per requirement 

4 to 6 weeks


  • Swing Table Design: These machines typically feature a rotating table where workpieces are placed. The table rotates to expose all sides of the workpiece to the blasting media, ensuring thorough cleaning and preparation.

  • Shot Blasting Mechanism: Utilizes high-speed impellers or turbines to propel abrasive media (such as steel shot, grit, or sand) at the surface of the workpiece. This process removes surface contaminants, rust, scale, and other imperfections.

  • Variable Table Speed: Adjustable table rotation speed allows for customization based on the size, shape, and material of the workpiece, optimizing efficiency and quality.

  • Durable Construction: Constructed with sturdy materials like steel to withstand the rigors of industrial usage and provide long-term reliability.

  • Dust Collection System: Equipped with efficient dust collection systems to capture and remove abrasive dust and debris generated during the blasting process, ensuring a clean and safe working environment.

  • Control System: Incorporates user-friendly control panels with intuitive interfaces for easy operation and adjustment of blasting parameters such as blast pressure, media flow rate, and table speed.

  • Safety Features: Includes safety interlocks, emergency stop buttons, and protective enclosures to prevent accidents and ensure operator safety during operation.

  • Customizable Options: Many manufacturers offer customizable features such as different table sizes, blast chamber configurations, blast wheel configurations, and automation options to suit specific application requirements.

  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications across various industries including automotive, aerospace, foundry, construction, and metalworking.

  • Efficiency and Productivity: Provides high throughput and consistent results, reducing processing time and labor costs compared to manual cleaning methods.

  • Maintenance and Serviceability: Designed for easy maintenance and servicing, with accessible components and minimal downtime for maintenance tasks.

  • Environmental Considerations: Some models may incorporate features for energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, such as recycling systems for abrasive media and noise reduction measures.

Material Compatibility:

  • Metals: Ideal for ferrous and non-ferrous metals such as steel, cast iron, aluminum, and copper alloys.

  • Plastics: Generally not suitable due to the abrasive nature of shot blasting, which can damage plastic surfaces.

  • Ceramics: Can be used for some ceramic materials, but compatibility depends on the specific composition and durability of the ceramic.

  • Composites: Compatibility varies depending on the composition of the composite material. Some may withstand shot blasting, while others may be damaged.

  • Glass: Not typically suitable due to the risk of breakage from the impact of abrasive shots.

  • Wood: Generally not recommended as shot blasting can cause excessive damage to wood surfaces.

  • Stone: Compatibility depends on the hardness and durability of the stone. Softer stones may be damaged by shot blasting.

Compliance &

  • OSHA & EPA: Comply with OSHA and EPA regulations for worker safety and environmental protection.

  • ISO & CE Marking: Adhere to ISO standards and obtain CE marking for equipment safety and performance.

  • Quality Control: Implement measures for consistent shot blasting results and surface finish.

  • MSDS: Follow Material Safety Data Sheets for safe handling of abrasive materials.

  • Equipment Safety: Ensure equipment meets safety standards for operation and structural integrity.

  • Workplace Safety: Follow local regulations for operator training, emergency procedures, and risk assessment.

  •  Noise Regulations: Comply with noise limits and mitigation measures to minimize impact.

  • Manufacturer's Guidelines: Follow manufacturer's instructions for installation, operation, and maintenance.

Double Door Swing Table Type
Shot Blasting Machine

  • Dual doors: Allows for simultaneous loading and unloading of workpieces, improving efficiency and reducing downtime.

  • Swing table design: Rotating table provides uniform coverage for blasting large or irregularly shaped parts.

  • Abrasive blasting: Utilizes abrasive materials propelled at high velocity to remove surface contaminants, scale, and rust.

  • Variable speed control: Adjusts table rotation speed for optimal blasting performance and surface finish.

  • Dust collection system: Captures abrasive dust and debris to maintain a clean working environment and prevent respiratory hazards.

  • Safety features: Includes interlocks, guards, and emergency stop mechanisms to ensure operator safety during operation.

  • Customizable configurations: Tailored options available for different workpiece sizes, materials, and blasting requirements.

  • Automation compatibility: Integration with automation systems for enhanced productivity and workflow management.

  • Maintenance requirements: Regular servicing and inspection needed to ensure optimal performance and longevity of machine components.

  • Compliance with standards: Adherence to relevant safety, environmental, and quality control standards for workplace and equipment operation.

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