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Design of Sandblasting Machine for Renovating Oil Barrel Based on PLC

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DOI: 10.23977/jemm.2017.21007 | Downloads: 65 | Views: 3429


Xie Junqiang 1, Wang Zhongmin 1


1 Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Equipment, Tianjin University of Technology and Education, Tianjin, China

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Xie Junqiang


To meet the requirements of steel barrel renovation, a set of oil barrel renovation production line based on PLC is used, where sandblasting machine is a part of this production line. By using sand blasting method, it designs a sandblasting mechanism and its corresponding control system based on PLC. It automatically realizes sandblasting derusting, dust processing through the sandblasting machine. Advantages of the machine are that reducing the working strength and improving the working environment. Simulations modeling and experiments show that the design scheme is better and its renovating efficiency is high.


Oil barrel, renovating, sandblasting machine, PLC.


Junqiang, X. , Zhongmin W. Design of Sandblasting Machine for Renovating Oil Barrel Based on PLC. Journal of Engineering Mechanics and Machinery (2017) 2: 40-44.


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