We have innovated a high-performance separator for recyclable blast media

We have innovated a high-performance separator for recyclable blast media

Blast Tehnik has developed and innovated a completely new and high-performance separator for recyclable blast media. The drum separator is used in manual or robotic blast rooms.

Drum separator

It is suitable for all applications where 100% repeatability is required. The unit is available in four versions/capacities: 2 t/h, 4 t/h, 8 t/h and 12 t/h.
The current machine has been developed and designed for a known customer and is now fully operational. The customer is very pleased with its operation, as we have enabled them to recycle their blast media and thus greatly cut the operating costs. In case you need a separator like this or a similar solution, contact us and we will develop an optimal system for your requirements.



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