Take Proper Advantage of Micro Flow Controls
What are micro flow controls? How do they work? With such an important piece of equipment on your hands, you’re going to want to take advantage of all its benefits.
Micro flow siphon and direct pressure models control the flow of smaller amounts of abrasive. The machine comes with negative pressure dust collectors for clean operation in small spaces, capable of recycling the abrasive materials. Your machine should include an abrasive separator re-claimer that is used to remove dust and old abrasive, maintaining the clearest possible cabinet visibility. In addition, ergonomics should be added for easy and comfortable daily operation, and the large dust collector should have a blower silencer that includes a cartridge for filtration of dust as well as reverse pulse dust collector cleaning. Your micro flow controls should be much faster than pencil blasters, and you should be able to replace many pencil blasters with one single micro flow industrial blaster.
Micro flow controls enable extremely precise abrasive flow delivery, but they are not about the size of the cabinet itself. While some manufacturers mistakenly think that putting a small nozzle on a blasting cabinet will lead to micro flow controls, this is actually a quick way to create a dysfunctional sandblasting system. A small nozzle on just any blasting cabinet will not do the job; you need the right micro flow controls.
Benefits You Should be Taking Advantage of
You need precise control of the location where you apply abrasive impact as well as cleaning inside holes and using direct pressure when deburring. Using lower frictional heat will extend the use of your masking materials. It also important to prevent burning and discoloration associated with some abrasives.
You should be able to precisely control medical parts and other tools requiring maximum visual operation control. While low abrasive flows allow a single use of abrasives, they are often required by some specifications for processing and eliminating contamination. With micro flow controls, you can sand-carve onto crystals and glass that require more focused delivery, drill composites that require limited abrasive flow, and clean parts with minimal surface removal.
For tips on experts finishing practices, reach out to the professionals at Kramer Industries. We’ll ensure your project is properly completed from start to finish.