Improving Surface Prep Productivity with Rectangular Blasting Nozzles

From JPCL, May 2016

By Chang-Hun Lee, Byeong-Hun Do, Won-Jun Yun and Han-Jin Bae, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Co., Ltd.

The authors share processes and results of tests for velocity, spray width and work efficiency (area) between standard round blasting nozzles and rectangular nozzles to determine advantages in productivity of one over the other....


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Tagged categories: Abrasive size; Abrasives; Air abrasive blast cleaning; Blasting; Blasting nozzles; Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.; Performance testing; Surface preparation; Surface Preparation; Surface preparation equipment

Comment from Alberto Castilleja, (5/25/2016, 7:51 PM)

Yes, thank you for the article, now the question is, who have these nozzle, were can I buy it ?


Comment from Gary Alkire, (5/27/2016, 11:21 AM)

One of the reasons a round nozzle is used is to make the thinning of the nozzle uniform around the circumference of the nozzle. I would love to see the a comparison of the service life of a cone shaped nozzle versus the rectangle. I would guess it would have a much shorter service life.


Comment from Changhun Lee, (5/30/2016, 10:21 PM)

Thanks for reading the article. This nozzle does not manufactured for selling. And I agree with Gary Alkire's opinion. Service life of Rectangular nozzle is shorter than Round nozzle. But by increasing of labor cost, productivity will be important than service life. Service life of rectangular nozzle will be tested later.


Comment from Per Gabrielsson, (5/31/2016, 2:17 AM)

It has to be very difficult to play with the rectangular nozzle when working in confined spaces (tanks, voids). Blasting of such items is much more time consuming than blasting flat, open areas.How can the blaster handle the hose/nozzle so that he achieves the correct angle? I predict much confusion and fumings.


Comment from Larry Hagberg, (6/1/2016, 11:54 AM)

Kennametal manufactures rectangular bore nozzles with a 9.5mm (#6) bore size. But for highest productivity when blasting large surfaces, I recommend our XL Performance nozzles.


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