You’re watching our fasterblaster, a robotic blast cleaner provide a commercial finish on the first plants and the nearby on the second.
while you’re watching the blasting and painting process, I want to tell you how to increase your overall production rates and how to lower your labor and material costs considerably.
Production rates and cost efficiency for blasting and painting, a time will depend on many factors.
The equipment selected for blasting, the thickness and toughness of the material being removed.
The required cleanliness specifications, methods and equipment used for painting. The efficiency of the blasting and painting through the inspector, and his positive or negative effect on the project.And of course the weather, which can affect the amount of new or sweat on the tank in the morning.The abey conditions required for painting, and then there’s rain, which can stop the work all together. And often cause a considerable amount of replant. The most important thing is the method of blast.
As you can see, the operator of this machine is cleaning the open areas of the times ten to fifteen times quicker. Then a man using a blaster while they are cutting in areas where the nozzle is required, of course, but the broad areas of the external walls, the roof. The internal walls and floor should be completed with the high production machine. Only one machine is required, since this unit can blast the vertical and horizontal surfaces.
This is the cutting work is usually minimal. It should be conducted on the opposite side of the tank simultaneously with the machine or so both are completed around the same Time. It should be obvious that the labor cost here is considerably reduced, since one man operates the remote controlled machine and one man does the paint, the machine emits no dust so painting can be conducted right alongside the blast process.
Since the painting can be started early, one man can keep up with the machine and all he needs is a single spider live or a boom blast.Setting up twenty foot stages late in the afternoon for three or four painters is now a thing of the past. The machine uses steel shot and grain and recycles its over and over.
The paint dust is automatically deposited in a fifty five gallon drum. The labor,material and handling cost of expensive containment and cleanup is virtually eliminated. The medium cost is also considerably less since the shot usage is minimal compared with the copper slag that would normally be used.