Shot-peening

Shot peening (also known under the name Anglophone shot peening) is an operation which consists in hammering surface run cold by a violent jet of spherical pellets, or small cylinders made by cutting a wire (called cut-wire). 

 

The machines that perform said treatment, shot blasting project the jet toward the workpiece by means of four centrifugal impellers that hung in clusters consent in rapid rotation that going to hit the particular freshly cut oxyfuel, plasma removes burrs of previous operations and prepares the surface for subsequent painting. We have two machines are ideal for areas up to 2000 * 1500.