DELGRIT-COPPER SLAG is produced from metallurgical slag and provides fast blast cleaning rates. Three grades are available to suit most common blasting operations. The hardness and high density of DELGRIT-COPPER SLAG gives it a high resistance to fracture with low dust formation during blasting as well as faster blast production rates when compared to local slag abrasives. This abrasive is commonly used for restoration of heavily painted steel bridges, ships and water towers.
DELGRIT-COPPER SLAG is a disposable high-density blasting slag made from a by-product of copper production. Typically it is composed of ferrosilicate (Fayalite, Fe2SiO4) material and oxides, formed when the molten slag is quenched in cold water. This cooling process fractures the slag into coarse and angular particles, making it an ideal blasting slag with optimal blasting properties.
CHEMICAL PARAMETERS SIZES (mm)
Chloride (water soluble) —
Sulphate ( “ “ ) —
Calcium Carbonate-CaCo3 — <1% 0.8-2.20 mm
*SiO2 bound within the lattice of the Copper Slag (no free Silica)
50 Kgs , 1000 Kgs & 2000 Kgs net.