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Concrete Stone Shot blast 

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Stone Industries are advancing towards development for Sand Stones, Marble Panels, Granite, Cement Paving Blocks to achieve required roughness on one side either for good bonding strength or esthetic look after laying on the Room flooring & Road Side Pavements.

PAXAA has recently designed, developed, manufactured & successfully installed Shot Blasting Roller Conveyor Machines for different usages like Sand Stones, Marble Panels, Granite and Cement Concrete Interlocking Paving Blocks. Shot Blasting is a mechanical surface preparation process or technique to improve the bonding strength of job by blasting with small balls. Roughness is formed on the surface of the job by the striking tinny spherical balls.

The Sand Stones, Marble Panels, Granite, Cement Paving Blocks are placed on the roller conveyor for automatic blasting. The Sand Stones, Marble Panels, Granite, Cement Paving Blocks pass through inward tunnel and enter into the blasting chamber for surface preparation. The blast wheels are stationed strategically around the cabinet propels shots on the Job. The job moves forward and exit into outlet tunnel after duly blasted & air washed with air blower fans. The quantity of wheels will depend on the job size & its production rate.
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