What Is Walnut Shell Made Of?
PUB-LTD provides high quality, natural, and biodegradable Walnut Shell. Almonds, macadamia nuts, and most other nuts have tough outer shells made of layers of thick-walled cells and separating fibers in a polygonal pattern. Walnut shells, however, are made of a dense tissue in which individual cells and their shapes are difficult to discern, even under high magnification.

What Is The Use Of Walnut Shell?
Walnut shells are a versatile abrasive media widely used in blasting, tumbling, cleaning, polishing, filtration, cosmetics, as well as non-skid applications and filler applications.
Walnut shell Serves as a filtration media in petroleum industry applications. It helps prevent lost circulation when drilling oil wells, combatting typical operational problems associated with drilling mud losses.

Walnut Shell Usage in Drilling
Walnut shell is ground walnut shell, a lost circulation material that can be used in both oil-base and water-base systems. … Walnut Shells are also used to reduce torgue and drag of drill pipe and drill collars, especially in high angle holes.

Industrial Applications
Walnut Shell Blasting for paint stripping & coatings removal
Effective on boats, buildings, bridges, outdoor statuaries, cars, graffiti removal
Blast cleaning for aircraft engine cleanout & steam turbines
De-flashing parts in electronics industries
De-burring in plastics and aluminum & zinc die casting industries
Excellent media for wheel blasting, air blasting and tumbling operations
Walnut shell powder is strong enough to produce fast-cutting action on deposits, without harming the metal.

Packing of Walnut Shell
Bag 25kg palletized


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