When it comes to choosing an abrasive, steel grit and steel shot abrasives are equally effective.
What is Steel Grit and Steel Shot?
Each offer a unique profit advantage for your industrial job because both have the ability to be recycled and reused. The two are often used with a steel grit recycling machine to efficiently complete an industrial painting or blasting job.
Grit and shot abrasives are used interchangeably; however, both vary in size and hardness.
Steel grit is irregular in shape and is used to erode or etch a surface. Generally steel grit works to remove tough surfaces with rust or thick coatings.
Steel shot abrasives are circular and provide a smooth surface that results in a uniform, polished look.
Both grit and shot abrasives offer a low durability rate that minimizes dust residue. Generally, these abrasives are used for industrial jobs like bridge, wind tower, ship and railcar manufacturing and maintenance.
Steel Grit Delivery
|GL25||1700 lb drum|
|GL40||1700 lb drum|
|GL50||1500 lb drum|
|GL40-50 Blend||1700 lb drum|
|GL80||1500 lb drum|
Steel Shot Delivery
|S170||2000 lb drum|
|S230||2000 lb drum|
|S280||2000 lb drum|
|S330||2000 lb drum|
|S390||2000 lb drum|
|S460||2000 lb drum|
|S550||2000 lb drum|
|S660||2000 lb drum|
Contact Sandblast Solutions, Inc. for Abrasives Delivery
We deliver steel shot and steel grit for shot blasting, shot peening and other applications. Deliveries arrive in drums ranging from 1500 to 2000 pounds.
Delivery Area: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Washington D.C., and South Carolina.
To get a quote on abrasives delivery call (609) 301-7599 or contact us.