Bead Blast Finish
Bead blasting is a process that uses fine glass beads to blast a sheet surface with compressed air, creating a uniform and matte finish. Bead blasting machinery typically consists of a blast cabinet, which contains a blasting gun, a dust collector, and a recycling system. The blasting gun is connected to an air compressor, which shoots the beads at high velocity onto the surface of the stainless steel sheet.
There are a variety of finishes that can be achieved with bead blasting, depending on the size and type of beads used. Some common finishes include a matte finish, a satin finish, and a directional finish.
Available in different gloss units (45, 65, 85, 120) and names (chalkboard, suede, SF) for all applications in Liner, industrial, decorative and railway sleeper grade laminates.