Light Shotblast

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Definition - What does Light Shotblast mean?

Light shotblast is a relatively low intensity process used to polish a material's surface by projecting a stream of small metal pellets at high pressure onto the surface.

Corrosionpedia explains Light Shotblast

Light shotblast is applied via two main types of shotblasting, wheelblasting and air blasting, depending on the application mechanism.

Light shotblast is used in a wide variety of industries (aerospace, construction, automotive and others) to ensure the presence of a metallic luster and prevent corrosion.

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