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Dry Walnut Shell

Dry Walnut Shell

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Dry Walnut Shell/TURBO CLEANER

TURBO CLEANER DRY is blown by compressed air into
the exhaust pipes before the turbocharger. This method of
cleaning should be employed every 24 -48 hours of full-load
operation. The interval between cleaning operations depends
on the degree of contamination and on the increase in exhaust
gas temperature after the turbine. Cleaning must be repeated
if the gas temperature after the turbine on full load rises to
20°C (20 K) above the mean temperature. For a turbocharger
with several gas inlets, the inlets should be cleaned one after
the other. On engines with several turbochargers, these
should be cleaned one after the other. The gas inlet
temperature before the turbine must not exceed 580-590°C
(853-863 K) in order to prevent severe burning of the
TURBO CLEANER DRY before the turbine. Since it is not
possible to remove thick coatings with relatively small
quantities of TURBO CLEANER DRY, this method must
be used more frequently. Injection of the TURBO
CLEANER DRY into the turbine is best performed at high
turbocharger speed, to ensure efficient mechanical cleaning

 


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WALNUT SHELL GRIT

Walnut shell grit is the hard fibrous product made from ground or crushed walnut shells. When used as a blasting media, walnut shell grit is extremely durable, angular and multi-faceted, yet is considered a ‘soft abrasive’. Walnut shell blasting grit is an excellent replacement for sand (free silica) to avoid inhalation health concerns.

Cleaning by walnut shell blasting is particularly effective where the surface of the substrate under its coat of paint, dirt, grease, scale, carbon, etc. should remain unchanged or otherwise unimpaired. Walnut shell grit can be used as a soft aggregate in removing foreign matter or coatings from surfaces without etching, scratching, or marring cleaned areas.

When used with the proper walnut shell blasting equipment, common blast cleaning applications include stripping auto and truck panels, cleaning delicate molds, jewelry polishing, armatures and electric motors prior to rewinding, deflashing plastics and watch polishing. When used as a blast cleaning media, walnut shell grit removes paint, flash, burrs, and other flaws in plastic and rubber molding, aluminum and zinc die-casting. Walnut shell can replace sand in paint removal, graffiti removal, and general cleaning in restoration of buildings, bridges, and outdoor statuaries. Walnut shell is also used to clean auto and aircraft engines and steam turbines.

 

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IMPA CODE DESCRIPTION UNIT
232973 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #20, 840-1190 MICRON 20KGS BAG
232974 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #16, 1000-1410 MICRON 20KGS BAG
232975 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #14, 1190-1680 MICRON 20KGS BAG
232976 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #12, 1410-2000 MICRON 20KGS BAG
232977 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #10, 1680-2380 MICRON 20KGS BAG
232978 WALNUT SHELL DRY GRIT #8, 2000-2830 MICRON 20KGS BAG

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