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Spencer Halstead USF Semi-Automatic Shot Blast Cabinet with Hoist

Used / Second Hand

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Available for immediate collection
From a working environment, Seen working by RSW, Good Condition
Stock No
Spencer Halstead
Year of Manufacture
From a working environment, Seen working by RSW, Good Condition
Work Envelope (WxDxH mm) [?]
900 x 1300 x 1120
Work Handling Method
Semi - Automatic
Other Info
Includes reverse pulse dust extractor
Gloucester, UK
Weight (kgs)
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm) [?]
1650 x 2450 x 3650 + steelwork


 USF Spencer Halstead Impact Surface Treatment Technology M810 HK  Semi-Automatic Hookspinner Shot Blast Cabinet with Hoist 

Machine parameters

  • Maximum work diameter: 800 mm
  • Maximum drop: 1120 mm
  • Maximum workload: 1000 mm
  • Maximum loading: 500 kg
  • Blast wheel units: 2
  • Blast wheel power: 5.5kw each
  • Blast wheel diameter: 350 mm
  • Blast wheel speed: 3000 rpm
  • Blast wheel capacity:4326 kg /hour each
  • Abrasive speed: 74 m /sec
  • Separator type: Airwash
  • Ventilation requirements: 2950³/hour
  • Installation: On suitable flat concrete floor inside building
  • Overall floor space: 2450 x 2000 mm
  • Overall height: 3872 mm

USF Surface Treatment Blast System features: -

An airless centrifugal abrasive throwing wheel which throws abrasive against the work to be cleaned in a controlled pattern.
The blast cabinet in which the operation is performed
A work traverse or agitation system to ensure correct blasting of components.
Some form of abrasive handling system which cleans, conditions and returns the abrasive to the storage hopper for re-use through the system
A dust collector and vent pipe system for ventilating the blast cabinet and operating the separator
Abrasive of the proper type size and mix for the task at hand.

Machine Overview

Metered abrasive flows by gravity from an overhead storage hopper, through a feed spout and into a rotating impeller in the centre of the blast wheel assembly.
The impeller directs the abrasive through an opening in the impeller case and into the rotating vanes of the blast wheel.
The blast wheel throws the abrasive by centrifugal force against the work to be cleaned.
After striking the work the abrasive falls into a recovery hopper along with contaminants such as sand, scale etc. Which has been removed from the workpiece.
The abrasive handling system lifts the contaminated abrasive up to the separator, above the machine.
The separator removes the contaminants and any abrasive particles that have become too small to be useful.
Cleaned and sized abrasive is now returned to the storage hopper for re-use, completing the cycle.

Inside the Chamber

The blast chamber is the compartment in which the actual blasting takes place.
Due to the heavy abrasion of the shotblast process, the chamber in lined with material of a lower attrition rate, in order to protect the cabinet.
The blast wheel directs the abrasive to the work piece for the cleaning action. The abrasive and the contaminants are retained within the blast compartment and vestibules by various sealing arrangements.
In a typical operation, blast cleaning mixes sand, scale, core rods, wires, tramp metal and broken abrasive particles with good abrasive.
As the blast action proceeds the spent abrasive and contaminants filter through to the lower abrasive collection system.

Spares & Service

Kash Singh – Director

Shotblast Technology

0121 552 1999

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Technical Data

Photographs taken prior refurbishment. Our refurbishment service is not available on all machines.