Plastic abrasive blasting medium T2C

plastic abrasive blasting medium
plastic abrasive blasting medium
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Abrasive Type: Plastic Amino plastic blast media Avialite Type 2 – Urea Plastic Blast media (3.5 moh; 54-62 Barcol Hardness) Avialite Type 2 – Urea Plastic Blast media is typically the most popular and versatile of the plastic medias. Manufactured from fully-cured recycled amino mouldings. Avialite Type 2 plastic blast media can be used in wet or dry blasting environments, and is the middle hardness of the thermo-set plastic medias. Optimum performance, is gained at relatively low pressures – typically 15-40 psi (1-3 bar) – lower than is used for many other blast medias, and hence offers environmentally friendly solutions with regards to recycling of the product and by using very low air pressures. All Avialite Type II media is manufactured to high aviation (ROLLS ROYCE CSS227), and military (US MILITARY P-85891A) sieving and hardness specifications, (Full US Military P-85891a first article testing is available on request to comply with our Mil Spec registration), and as such can be used in the following industries. • Military • Automotive • Electronics • Graffiti Removal • Aerospace • Tyre & Rubber Applications • Plastic Moulding • Public Transport • Civil & Marine Engineering Grades: 12/20 – 120F Applications This media was designed for removal of paint and coatings from aluminium and composite materials without damaging these substrates. There is a vast array of other applications that can use this material and in the hands of a skilled operator large time and cost savings can be achieved against chemical and other forms of stripping.

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