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Belzona® Slows Abrasion To A Crawl



General Industry (GIND)



Solids Handling Machinery (SHM)


Customer Location:

Middle Tennessee Manufacturer


Application Date:

June 2016


Application Situation:

Blast pot used in the customers pneumatic conveyor system was being worn through.  



Customer uses pneumatic conveying system to move sand throughout their large facility, this blast pot was being repaired constantly as pressurized air combined with the sand in system to abrade holes in the pot opposite port into which air was injected.  New equipment was only lasting a few weeks before needeing to be patched and after than needed constant repair.  



Belzona 1812



Mild Steel


Application Method:

Application was carried out using a modified version of Belzona System Leaflet SHM-11. Application area was roughened using a grinder and grooved using a die grinder.  Rebate grooves were cut in at the edge of the application area.  Final cleaning was done using Belzona 9111. The edges were taped in order to keep the Belzona material within the prepared area. Belzona 1812 was then applied, taking care to push it well into the roughened area before building it up too thickly. Final thickness was approximately 1/4 inch.  


Belzona Facts:

The OEM equimpent was not lasting for more than a few weeks in the environment the constant blowouts were creating unscheduled shut downs and lost productivity.  The Belzona application has been in place for 6 months and is still performing well with no blowouts.  The customer is now also adding Belzona 1812 to their pipe bends where they had previously had to use customer made bends with a high wear resistant steel.  


Photographs Description

1)  Blast pot with patch on top of patch, the previous soltion

2) Impact area inside pot prepped for application

3) Application of Belzona 1812 in progress

4) Application Complete

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