MRS200 Pneumatic Floor Recovery System
The MRS200 Pneumatic Floor Recovery System is an efficient and inexpensive solution for recovering used abrasive with minimal effort from the operator. It offers various floor hopper layouts and allows for longer hopper length compared to MSW1200. It can handle all major light-to-heavy abrasives available on the market except steel grit GH-36 or bigger and steel shot S-230.
This system is recommended for 8-hours-a-day blasting operations and is suitable for a large variety of applications. It provides a cost-effective alternative to the Mechanical Abrasive Recovery System when budget is limited.
HOW IT WORKS
Abrasive residues must be swept or shoveled into floor hopper to be recovered by system.
Dust Collector Capacity
This blast recovery system is delivered with a DCM200 Dust Collector which has an overall filter area of 200 sq. ft. and is equipped with a 10 hp / 800 cfm engine.
Recovery System Capacity
The recovery rate capacity is 2,000 lb/hr.
Recovery Hoppers Layouts Available
Here are the common floor recovery hopper layouts available for this system.
|Corner Shoot||Single Pneumatic Trough||Double Pneumatic Trough|
ISTblast offers various types of recovery floors adapted according to your available production space and budget. In surface or excavated installations, dimensions can vary from 4 feet in length in compact facilities to over 40 feet for high-output industrial facilities. The configurations are practically infinite!
Shallow and space saving over-floor design, is easy to install and requires limited maintenance. 17” floor excavation is sufficient for existing floors. System can also be installed on concrete floor or on any other permanent or temporary floor.
We manufacture a complete line of Recovery Systems to accommodate sandblasting facilities constraints, and these systems are compatible with our equipment, other manufacturers’ equipment and even with self-made facilities. Good recovery systems respect the 3R fundamentals: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle the abrasive.
Recycling abrasives results in substantial savings in abrasive consumption while protecting the environment from harmful sandblast dust. Because of its fragile molecular structure, non-recyclable media deteriorates quickly while generating harmful residual dust and substantially reducing operator visibility.
Although cost of steel-shot abrasive is about 10 times higher than non-recyclable media, steel shot can be recycled and used up to 100 times, compared to only once with standard media.