Several sectors are increasingly turning to abrasive blasting for surface preparation.
Using robotic blasting technology to clean and prepare both inside and outside surfaces improves quality, durability, and efficiency.
Customized corrosion control solutions are available via the use of these technologies.
To maintain our position as a leading coatings solutions supplier, we keep up with the newest innovations in the coating business, including high-quality interior and external surfaces preparation. We offer corrosion protection like robotic blast systems that can handle a wide range of dangerous chemicals.
Robotic Blast Systems: Potential Use Cases
Before applying a coating, the surface must be properly prepared. For the coating to last and not get damaged by the weather, the surface must be properly prepared and the coating must be applied correctly.
Railcar, steel, and automobile production facilities all utilize automated robots on a large scale. Industrial and commercial sectors may also benefit greatly from these products.
We recognize the need for tank cars with impermeable barriers and value-added coatings to safeguard your assets and properly store and carry your corrosive chemicals in the transportation business.
Automatic Blast Cleaning Has Several Advantages
Quality, efficiency, dependability, flexibility, and safety are all good things about automated blast cleaning, and all of them can be improved. For surface preparation, the technology provides options.
A few of the most important advantages are as follows:
Robotic abrasive blasting is one of the best ways to ensure worker safety while maximizing production and quality. Outside of the explosion zone, the robots may be controlled.
This eliminates the threat of an intrusion into a limited space, which has been more popular in recent years. Constraints on access and departure are common in constrained environments, which are not built for continuous occupation. Tank containers, tank trucks, tank railcars, and marine cargo tanks are all examples of enclosed spaces.
While eye injuries, one of the most common blasting injuries, have also decreased significantly. In addition, there was very little exposure to any potentially harmful substances.
Workers are permitted to be exposed to chemicals (as well as other dangers, such as noise) in accordance with OSHA’s permissible exposure limits (PELs). Remotely controlled machines prevent personnel from being exposed to hazardous materials during blasting.
Robotic blasting by Vertidrive is becoming increasingly common as we explore methods to improve worker safety. It is used in a broad range of sectors, including maritime and industrial applications.