Dr. Schulze GmbH presents a new line of innovative, completely in-house produced shot blasting machines
Blaster: DSBM-250 SBU
7,5 kW; 400 V; 32 A
Filter unit: DSBM-250 FU
4 kW; 400 V; 32 A
max. air flow
While after its contact with the floor intact blasting grit automatically returns to the circuit, all remaining process waste (dust, damaged grit particles, removed material) gets into the full-automatic filter unit with integrated filter cleaning. In the filter unit the air is being cleaned and returned to the environment during processed waste is collected in a practical container, equipped with transport rollers.
Shot blasters from Dr. Schulze GmbH:
environment friendly process with minimal dust pollution
equal processing of large areas within shortest time
electrical feed with stepless adjustable driving speed
comfortable and easily accessible position of all control elements
fully automatic electro-pneumatic filter cleaning system
blasting wheel made of high strength alloy for long life
powder-coated components for long life
rubber and epoxy coatings, hard aggregate toppings, markings
concrete surfaces, asphalt, stone, metals
e.g. concrete floorsmas preparation for a new coating
increase of slip resistance:
indoor and outdoor surfaces, sidewalkes, roads
Shot blasting machines with closed circuit of blasting grit are designed for fast processing of large areas and therefore ideally suited for industrial buildings, roads, parking areas, runways, ship decks etc. The machine´s robust design ensures highest daily outputs while the ergonomic position of all control elements and the automatic feed guarantee fatigue-proof operation. The shot blasting machine consists of two main parts: a blaster and a filter unit.
The blasting unit accelerates with high energy the blasting grit (usually steel balls) towards the floor surface and processes simultaneously the area corresponding to the size of the system´s working width. The quality of the processed floor and the blasting intensity depend on the amount of the abrasive grit and the feed speed of the blasting machine over the floor.