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TITAN blast wheel

The TITAN wheel has been designed to allow for a multitude of possibilities and variations to fit your requirements

TITAN shot blast wheels will increase your efficiency by improving the blast pattern, cutting down media consumption, reducing energy consumption and minimising downtime. In turn, this will improve your product quality and quality consistency, reduce production bottlenecks, increase on-time deliveries and improve customer satisfaction.

  • It can save you money
  • It can improve efficiency by up to 30%
  • It gives you peace of mind
  • It will improve your satisfaction and your customers
  • Improve your blast performance

Improve lifetime of hot parts

A better quality part will last longer, work more efficiently for longer, reduce TITAN blast wheel maintenance time and machine downtime and therefore reduce your costs and further improve your efficiency, making your customers and your finance teams happier.

Reduce noise and wear

Increased space between the blast wheel and the wear plate results in lower wear and a reduction in the noise level emanating from the housing, which in turn result in happier and healthier production and maintenance employees. 

Reduce time and cost

TITAN turbines include many features to enable quick and easy maintenance. The “quick change system” offers optimum accessibility, and the standardisation of the blast housing facilitates maximum flexibility. Maintenance is so easy that you don’t need highly qualified engineers to complete maintenance operations, and you’ll be even more empowered when you see the training  and spares support package.

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Contact us for: Equipment enquiry, part orders, general enquiry, speak to an engineer, technical specifications

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Maintenance and service

We will tailor our service contract to your new equipment and usage, visiting you to ensure to have the optimum uptime and performance for your production needs.

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