HOOK SHOTBLASTING MACHINE

Turbine 

The hook blasting machines have a shotblasting cabin of suitable dimensions, internally lined with wear-proof material. The turbines are placed on one of the two side walls; the number of turbine wheels depends on the height of the cabin.

The room has a double hinged door from which the pieces come in and out. The pieces are hunged on a hook (directly or through an holder) and moved by a trolley (manual or motorized). Once entered in the cabin, the hook can swing in several positions and rotate through a rotating system placed on the roof of the cabin. This double movement allows optimum coverage of the blasting process. The trolleys move along a beam that can be straight (in this case you have only one hook) or Y shaped (in this case you have two hooks allowing the loading/unloading in masked time).