SAPI sandblasting container
The sandblasting treatment takes place in via our high-tech and effective sandblasting with state-of-the-art air cleaning system, which separates smashed abrasive or other impurities like fine dust and other particles. When ferritic and mineral blasting materials are used in a blasting hall, the blasting material is at the same time guided by electromagnetic drums, separated and temporarily stored in a divided blasting material storage bunker.
Quality and tradition
WITH AUTOMATIC CIRCULATION AND CLEANING
In the blasting container, workpieces made of steel are blasted manually. A fully automatic blasting material cycle in the blasting hall enables effective and fast workflow. Steel blasting/chilling/ stainless steel abrasives or glass blasting beads are intended as the blasting abrasive.
Blasting work is lined with special made rubber sheets that are resistant to material impact and offer a long lifetime. The dust-air cartridge filter system, the blasting fan and the blasting agent preparation are housed and protected usually behind the sandblasting hall so easy operation with the machine is possible while work in the hall is on-going.
Interior view of a SAPI blasting container with an integrated flat conveyor system for the return of the blasting material with integrated blasting material preparation. Here, the SAPI blasting container is used for the surface treatment of stainless-steel components. When using the new SAPI vortex sandblasting nozzle, the stainless steel surface after treatment has a silky-glossy finish.
The Sapi sandblasting container with 20 feet, consisting of a sturdy box profile frame with welded-in wall and ceiling panels made of steel beaded sheets. With crane eyelets on the upper corners. Bottom sheet steel is also prepared for transport. With front door, approx. 2.90 x 3.50 m, 2-winged. Doors. Left is with window and rubber protection as well as pusher and lock . The right door usualy is with wents and external rod lock. Sapi sandblasting containers can always be adapted to your wishes and needs.
The SAPI blast media preparation in sandblasting booths
Trenching in stable quality, which is particularly suitable for sandblasting systems. Elevator belt is made of 5-ply plastic fabric with a rot-proof design, with screwed-on steel cups.
At the elevator-top part are the tensioning station and the drive motor. On the lower pulley, there is speed monitoring of the bucket elevator so in case of problems the elevator stops automatically
Generously dimensioned maintenance openings facilitate easier maintenance’s.
The sifter is used for the reliable separation of useful and no longer usable abrasive or other impurities (dust particles, coarse foreign bodies such as screws). For cleaning of coarse parts and foreign bodies, a vibrating sieve is installed.
The separated coarse material falls through a downpipe in a container. Particulate matter is sucked off into the filter unit and useful blasting material is returned for reuse. Blasting agent silo has 100 l of storage and acts as the buffer between the cleaner and the blasting unit for intermediate storage of the blasting material.
SAPI cartridge filter “Schirocco” PC 4 TV / 3.000m³ / h in compact design, consisting of:
- The filter housing and dust funnel with dust pot in compact design made of welded sheet welded steel.
- Filter cartridges open – antistatic Revision door hinged, with compressed air tank incl.
- Solenoid valves for cartridge cleaning
Automatic air cleaning for the filter cartridges is programmable and controlled. Centrifugal fan and also filter pressure reducer with automatic venting with a pressure gauge is mounted in the filter housing with a drive motor.
The high efficiency allows the return of the filtered air. This means lower energy costs for heating and ventilation because the filtered air is already at room temperature. The high efficiency is also of at most important in view of the increasingly strict environmental regulations, especially with regard to hazardous dust particles.
The filter cartridges are individually cleaned by means of pressure-air surges. The remaining filter cartridges remain in operation as cleaning of one is in progress. The resulting dust falls into a dust pot so that it can be collected and disposed of safely and easily.