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Beyond Precision, Beyond Perfection: A Symphony of Engineering Mastery in Shot Blasting and Painting Systems Where Innovation Crafts Quality and Excellence Defines Us.

Wheel Blasting: Precision Surface Treatment Technology

Wheel blasting, a cutting-edge surface treatment process offered by Krishna Shot Blasting & Painting Systems, is an advanced method used to prepare, clean, and enhance the surface of various materials, particularly metals. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and abrasive media, wheel blasting ensures unparalleled precision and efficiency in surface finishing.

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Advanced Equipment Features:

  • Blast Wheel Dynamics: Our wheel blasting systems are equipped with high-performance blast wheels engineered to deliver precise control over abrasive media projection. These blast wheels feature adjustable blade angles, wheel speeds, and blast patterns, ensuring optimized surface coverage and consistent treatment outcomes.

  • Abrasive Media Management: Incorporating advanced media flow control mechanisms, our systems enable precise regulation of abrasive media consumption and distribution. Additionally, our abrasive recovery and recycling systems ensure efficient media reuse, minimizing waste and operating costs.

  • Automated Control Systems: Equipped with state-of-the-art PLC-based control interfaces, our wheel blasting systems offer intuitive operation and comprehensive parameter management. Operators can monitor and adjust critical parameters such as blast pressure, media flow rate, and conveyor speed in real-time, maximizing process control and productivity.

Performance Advantages:

  • Precision Surface Cleaning: Wheel blasting effectively removes contaminants such as rust, scale, paint, and oxides from metal surfaces with unparalleled precision and consistency, ensuring optimal substrate cleanliness and adhesion.

  • Uniform Surface Preparation: By delivering controlled abrasive impact across the entire surface area, our wheel blasting systems produce uniform surface profiles and textures, enhancing coating adhesion and performance.

  • Increased Throughput: With rapid cycle times and automated process control features, our wheel blasting systems offer enhanced productivity and throughput compared to conventional surface treatment methods, reducing processing time and operational costs.

How many types of
shot blasting are there ?

There are various types of Shot blasting material including, Steel Shots, Steel Grit,Garnet Steel Shot,Aluminum Shot, Stainless Steel Cut Wire Shot, Lead Shot,Zinc Shot etc.


Steel Shots– Steel shot is spherical metallic abrasive produced by the molten steel by means of atomizing process. Metalworking Industries are the main users of Steel Shots: ferrous and non-ferrous foundries, steel mills, coating, forge shops and the metal fabricators, sand removal and to improve the metal surface preparation etc. since its process is not an abrasive one hence steel shot produces the least level of dust.


What is shot blasting process?

Shot blasting is a surface treatment technique that makes use of particulate grains propelled under high velocity. This process is a highly effective solution for removing contamination on metal substrates or changing the coarseness or smoothness of a surface before coating.

What are the types of Airless shot blasting machine?

  • Continue Conveyor Type Shot Blasting Machine

  • Hanger Type Machine

  • Diabola Tunnel Type Shot Blasting Machine

  • Stone/Marble Shot Blasting Machine

  • I-Beam H-Beam Shot Blasting Machine

  • Plate/ Structure shot Blasting Machine

  • Swing Table Type Machine

  • Paver Block Shot Blasting Machine

  • Tumblast Machine

Comparison of Airless Shot Blasting Machines with Traditional Blasting Methods:

  • Firstly, they are faster and more efficient, as they can cover larger areas in less time. 

  • Secondly, they require less manual labor, as the machine does most of the work. 

  • Thirdly, they create less dust and debris, making them safer and more environmentally friendly.

  • Lastly, airless shot blasting machines can be used on a wider range of surfaces than traditional blasting methods, such as concrete, steel, and aluminum.

Overview of Traditional Blasting Methods:

Traditional blasting methods like sandblasting, water blasting, and abrasive blasting use different materials to create a high-pressure stream of particles that hit the surface and remove contaminants. Sandblasting uses sand, and abrasive blasting uses small metal particles.



Airless machines are a modern and efficient alternative to traditional blasting methods. They offer several advantages, such as being faster, more efficient, safer, and more environmentally friendly. However, they also have some disadvantages, such as being more expensive to purchase and maintain and requiring more specialized training to operate. Therefore, when choosing between airless machines and traditional blasting methods from Surface international, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the job and weigh the pros and cons of each method.

The Airless Shot Blasting Machine Manufacturers In India from Surface International are highly efficient and cost-effective solutions for surface preparation in various industrial applications. These machines are designed to offer excellent cleaning and surface preparation results while minimizing abrasive consumption, reducing maintenance requirements, and increasing productivity. The machines are engineered using state-of-the-art technology and high-quality materials to provide exceptional performance, durability, and longevity. 


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