Blast Cabinets are closed loop systems that allow the operator to blast certain parts and recycle the abrasives.There are 4 main components to a blast cabinet system: Containment (the actual cabinet), Abrasive Blasting System (Suction or Pressure), Reclaimer, and the Dust Collector.
We treat each blasting operation as a unique opportunity.
View our multiple types of blast cabinets:
Manual Blast Cabinet
Manual Blast Cabinets provide a closed loop blast system that can hold different sized and shaped parts, providing diverse blasting capabilites.
Soda Blast Cabinet
Soda Blast Cabinets are designed specifically for the use of sodium bicarbonate media which is non-toxic and soft, making it ideal for delicate substrates.
Modified Blast Cabinet
Modified Blast Cabinets use a re-engineering process to create a blast cabinet that meets your process requirements. Often more economical than full automation.
Cellular Blast Cabinet
Cellular Blast Cabinets conserve floor space and fit into your cellular machining process while providing the highest quality finish for your parts.
There are two main types of blast cabinet systems:
Pressure Blast Cabinets
Pressure Cabinets hold the Media in a pressurized vessel and meter the media into a flow of compressed air. The media is processed in a single, heavy-gauge hose where the blast particles are accelerated throughout its length.
Advantages of Pressure Blast Cabinets:
Greater media velocity
Moves more media
Greater standoff distance
Disadvantages of Pressure Blast Cabinet:
Higher capital equipment costs
Higher maintenance costs
Suction Blast Cabinets
Suction blast cabinets are distinguished by having two hoses (one for air and one for abrasive) running to the blast gun.
Advantages of Suction Blast Cabinet:
Lower capital equipment cost.
Less air and abrasive demand
Disadvantages of Suction Blast Cabinet:
Frequent Media Changes
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