Campbell Machinery have been working closely with an Irish C0-Bot robot supplier to develop low cost, small footprint
C0-bot robotic blast cells for customers to be able to deal with large volumes of with precision blasting
The C0—Bots are being used to either present the components directly into the blast stream, or using the Robots
As a pick and place system to load automatic blasters. With some installations already in the medical industry
The small footprint robotic cells are proving to be very cost effective.
At Campbell Machinery we offer blast cleaning and finishing solutions for a vast range of surface finishing applications. We are the one stop shop for all your blast cleaning supplies and services. Whether your application requires a standard hand cabinet, blast room, automatic cleaning, airless blasting or even protective equipment, Campbell Machinery has everything you need.
As experts in all aspects of blast cleaning, We offer professional and reliable products and advice. We can advise you and help you select the most appropriate system for your particular needs, whether it's a basic manual blast cabinet or a fully automated shot peening system, we can make an appropriate system recommendation suitable for your application.
Guyson Robotic Blast Cells
Kerry Ultrasonic Cleaning Baths
Portable Abrasive Blast Equipment
Containerised Blast Rooms
OMSG Airless Shot Blasting
Nova Blast Equipment
Kerry Ultrasonic Equipment
Cryonomics Blast Cleaning Equipment
Vapormatt Wet Blast Machines
Shot Peening Machines
Hypersonic Spray Process
Guyson Euroblast Systems
Thermal Spray Materials
Guyson bead and grit blasting equipment includes an industrial and economy range of suction and pressure blast equipment, standard and custom built blast cabinets, automatic blast cabinets, both manually and robotically fed along with a wide range of glass beads, aluminum oxide grits, plastic abrasive, and spares are all readily available.
Guyson manufactures 'Kerry' ultrasonic precision cleaning and degreasing equipment for many applications.
Kerry ultrasonic cleaning equipment includes both aqueous and solvent systems.
Airblast produce a large range of professional mobile pressure blast pots with dead man’s handles, blast helmets, nozzles, pipe blasters and a wide selection of accessories.
A full range of Airblast surface treatment equipment is available.
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Powerblast manufacture a range of standard and custom built mobile and stationary blast cleaning rooms, automatic and semi-automatic abrasive recovery floors, screw conveyors, bucket elevators and dust collectors for all size rooms.
Vapormatt designs and manufactures manual and automatic surface cleaning, peening and finishing machines using the Vapormatt Vaporblasting wet blast and high pressure water systems.
OMSG are the world leader in the design and manufacture of airless shot blast, shot-peening machines and machine systems. The applications of OMSG blast machines cover many industries and have built up invaluable experience.
RPB Safety has become a leading manufacturer of respiratory protective equipment. RPB blast helmets combine breakthrough protection technology with advanced comfort, convenience, and safety. Designed to optimise safety, productivity, and minimise downtime.
Metallisation are the market leaders in thermal spraying equipment covers everything from flame spraying, arc spraying, HVOF and plasma spraying.
From high-tech applications to standard anti-corrosion protection with a large range of thermal spray wires, zinc, aluminum, etc.
Cryonomics is at the forefront of Dry Ice blast cleaning technology.
With unique patenened single and double hose machine options Cryonomics is leader in non-abrading surface cleaning technology.
Electronics Inc. is the world leader in shot peening control and measurement, Almen strips, Almen gauges, magna flowcontrol valves and flap peening equipment.
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Considered the alternative to sandblasting, vapour blasting is a relatively new technique that we discuss in detail.
Often shot blasting and sandblasting are confused and considered the same. This blog outlines the difference between these two techniques.