The Schmidt series of Bulk Blast Pots are designed for high production on site use. The 160 cubic foot is the largest in the range
Mega-blasters increase operating efficiencies onsite. The major benefit of using these type of blast machines is the ability to fill up at the start of a shift and not need to refill till the end of the shift.
This provides 2 benefits:
- Instead of spending 10 to 15 minutes per hour refilling the pot, production can remain continuous.
- Every time a blastpot depressurizes it is refilled with fresh moisture-laden air. By remaining pressurized moisture is better excluded from the blast pot.
These units are available with various mounting options: – leg mount, skid mount, and yard or highway tow-able trailers.
The same attention to ergonomic excellence that characterizes the smaller Schmidt blast pots also applies to the Bulk Blast Pots – ease of access, ease of operation, safe at all times.
Options that are available for Mega blast pots include: – Bulk Bag Rack, Access Platform, 2” Valving and Piping, Union End Ball Valve for ease of maintenance, Time Clock, plus the capability of being set up as a mist blaster.
Bulk blast pots and bulk blasters are used by sandblasting professionals to maximise their productivity abrasive blasting and coating projects
The cost saving through increased productivity is profound
Eliminating the downtime required to refill a standard blast pot can effectively double the abrasive blasting/sandblasting productivity
It Also Reduces the manual handling of your blasting media as bulk pots and mega pots can be filled pneumatically or with overhead crane
A full 8 tonne capacity Mega blaster/bulk blaster can be completely refilled in under 30 minutes and has sufficient capacity to blast with four sandblast operators the whole day
Bulk abrasive blasting pots are ideally suited to large abrasive blasting and coating projects, where multiple blast nozzles are used concurrently
Standard bulk pots for abrasive blasting equipment have provision for up to 4 to 6 outlets, although it will run efficiently with one sandblast nozzle/sandblast operator