Steel Abrasives

Our steel abrasives, including steel shot and grit, provide versatile solutions for different blasting applications. Steel shot is ideal for cleaning foundry castings, surface polishing, and shot peening, while steel grit is perfect for airless wheel blast machines and blast rooms. Both types can be recycled multiple times, offering an economical solution for your blasting projects.

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  • The High Quality Steel Grit is a top-performing cleaning and descaling abrasive media, predominantly used in airless wheel blast machines and blast rooms. Available in multiple grades and sizes, this steel grit offers a unique feature where its sharp edges gradually round off during multiple recycling processes, making it a cost-effective and efficient option for various abrasive blasting applications.
    • Manufactured cast steel grit abrasive
    • Used mainly in airless wheel blast machines & blast rooms
    • Blue grey, angular granules (GL = blue, GH = grey)
    • Can be recycled many times
    • High performance, cleaning and descaling abrasive
    • Sharp edges gradually round over as it wears
    • Standard GL and GH hardness grit
    • Special GP hardness and other specifications available
    • Manufactured to conform to: SAE J444, SAE J1993, SFSA 20-66
    • Hardness: GL = 56-60 HRc, GH = 60-65 HRc
    • Packed in 25kg bags

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  • The Steel Shot Blasting Abrasive is a highly durable and long-lasting peening media, ideally suited for use in airless wheel blast machines for applications like cleaning foundry castings, surface polishing, shot peening, and concrete floor preparation. Available in a variety of grades and sizes, this steel shot is designed for a high-quality performance, conforming to SAE J444, SAE J827, SFSA 20-66 standards, and can be recycled multiple times, offering an economical and effective solution for shot blasting needs.  
    • Steel shot - manufactured hypereutectoid, metal spheres used in airless centrifugal wheel blast machines to clean foundry castings, surface polishing and shot peening
    • Also used in portable trackblast airless wheel blast machines for concrete floor preparation, blasting ship decks and profiling
    • Quality Steel Shot is very long lasting
    • Steel Shot can be recycled many times
    • Hardness: 40-50 HRc. Other hardness's of steel shot are available on request
    • Special, Stainless Steel Shot and High Hardness, Milspec (Military Specification Peening Steel Shot) specification shots available
    • Manufactured to conform to: SAE J444, SAE J827, SFSA 20-66
    • Steel Shot is packed in 25kg bags, drums or bulk bags
     

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  • Stainless Steel Shot
    • Manufactured chronital stainless steel shot abrasive
    • Can be recycled many times
    • Stainless Steel Abrasives are also used in applications where there can be no ferrous contamination
    • Used mainly in an air-blast application to create a specific desired finish or where a non-ferrous abrasive is required
    • Sharp edges gradually round over as it wears
    • Packed in 25kg bags
    • Made by Vulkan Shot
    • Grittal Stainless Steel Grit also available

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Discover our range of high-quality steel abrasives, perfect for shot blasting and peening applications. We offer cast steel shot and grit in various hardness grades to suit every application. Steel shot, available from S70 to S780, is predominantly used in automatic wheel blasting machines due to its durability and less aggressive nature on machinery. F

or more intensive cleaning and descaling, steel grit offers sharp, angular granules that gradually round off during multiple recycling processes, making it a cost-effective and efficient choice for various blasting needs.