Shot blasting
Campbell Machinery Ltd
Campbell Machinery: Specialists in shot blasting and blast cleaning
Pressure blasting








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RB2+2 Robotic Blast System


  • Yaskawa Motoman SDA10D dual-arm robot accurately manipulates component or blast gun or both.
  • Two chambers can have different blast guns and / or two media, or a non-blast process, to shrink cell footprint.
  • Advanced media reclamatin options deliver consistent surface preparation results with unwavering uniformity.
  • Interface with in-plant material handling equipment, including tray conveyor or pallet system.
  • Electronic sensors provide feedback on key system functions. Optional SCADA controls package can support process validation and quality audit documentation.



RB2+2 Robotic Blast System




Mediblast - for medical products


The Mediblast 1400 stainless steel blast cabinet has been specially engineered for medical product manufacturers, laboratories etc, where the introduction of ferrous contamination must be avoided.

The entire cabinet is manufactured from high quality 316L stainless steel, and the powerful model 900 blast gun has both a polyurethane body and a stainless air control jet, making the Mediblast 1400 ideal for a broad range of medical surface preparation, finishing and cleaning applications.

Contact us for further information on our automated medical blast equipment.



Mediblast 1400 leaflet Click icon for Mediblast 1400 leaflet





Wheelmaster - for etching alloy wheels


This new blast system has been specifically designed for blast etching alloy wheels, and incorporates many application specific handling features that enable the operator to use this wheel blasting system safely, without heavy lifting.

The blasting process produces an even finish with easy sweeps across the wheel surface and, unlike traditional disc sanders, it allows both easy penetration of the blast media stream between the spokes and also very precise localised etching if required. It also provides a fast and even light etching to remove only the chipped lacquer on virtually new wheels, whilst being capable of etching right back to bare metal if required.

  • Specifically designed cabinet allows loading and unloading of the wheel without any heavy lifting
  • Very time efficient compared to labour intensive manual cleaning methods
  • Suction or pressure feed options to match application requirements and budgets
  • Ideal business opportunity for bringing the blast process in-house and adding value


Wheelmaster brochere Click icon for Wheelmaster brochere.


Guyson Wheelmaster - for etching alloy wheels





(No need for electrical supply)


Aftercoolers are an economical way to remove up to 70% of water vapor and cool compressed air to usable for blasting applications levels

The compressed air discharged from an air compressor screw is hot - approx. 90°C. Compressed air at these temperatures contains large quantities of water in vapor form. As the compressed air cools, this water vapor condenses into a liquid form

Without aftercooler, a 5,7 m3/min compressor operating at 7 bar introduces 170 liter of water into the compressed air system each day.
Campbell Machinery compressed air aftercoolers ACE and ACP are designed to cool the air to within 2.7°C to 11°C of ambient air temperature. As the compressed air cools, up to 70% of the water vapor present condenses to a liquid and can be removed from the system.

CS type moisture separator installed at the discharge of the aftercooler removes most of the liquid moisture and solids from the compressed air.



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