Industrial Blast Rooms
Blast rooms are used when equipment or parts become too large to fit into a standard blast cabinet. In a blast room, an operator in protective clothing and a respirator blasts parts with recyclable blast media that is reclaimed through a floor grate or trough. Due to the large enclosure, blast booths provide great flexibilty in a production facility that manufactures and processes multiple types of parts.
- Blast Rooms typically use recyclable media from steel shot or grit, to light abrasives such as corn starch (EnviroStrip or GPx) or Type VII plastic.
- Blast Rooms are available in many sizes and with numerous options. From small pre-engineered rooms, to large custom built rooms as well as a variety of floor configurations.
- Blast Rooms can be used for blasting large equipment and parts.
- We have set up large and small systems for the military, railroad, automotive and commercial aerospace industries.
Industrial Blasting Room Options:
Custom Engineered Sandblasting Booth
Engineered blast facilities can be designed to meet the specific needs of your application. Each room will be designed will all the main components of a room, built to the size, requirements and bonus features desired. From monorail parts loading, stell stairs and upper decks, or mechanical lifts, we can build it.
Pre-Assembled Sandblasting Booth
An economical solution with a qucik turnaround for quote and delivery. Pre-assembled booths offer a standardized blast facility without the long wait of custom engineered blast rooms. These systems included an enclosure, floor recovery, abrasive cleaner, and dust collection. Talk to our team about your new blast booth today!
Save Money with an Abrasive Blast Booth
Abrasive blast booths provide long term ROI in your peoduction facility. Each booth is built to last decades worth of blasting with regular preventative maintenance. Each room is designed to recover media, providing quick ROI on your abrasive costs. Some medais can be used for 200+ cycles over the course of their lifetime.
Planning Your Blast Booth
There are multiple considerations to consider when planning your blast booth. Custom engineered rooms will provide the best process solution for your applications. Below are some items to consider as you begin to plan your abrasive blast booth.
- Abrasive Cleaning System
- Blast Enclosure
- Compressed Air Supply
- Other Special Requirements
Abrasive Recovery Options for Blast Rooms
Auger Abrasive Recovery
Screw conveyor abrasive recovery systems areavailable for full or partial floor sweep-in configurations. Abrasive is collected or swept into a hopperthat then send the abrasive through the cleaning and screening process.
Belt Conveyor Recovery
The belt recovery system is built into the full or partial area of the floor. As abrasive is spent, it falls through the grated floor into hoppers that feed the belts. The belt then carries the abrasive through the cleaning and screening process.
M-Section Abrasive Recovery
M-Section recovery systems a pneumatically powered and designed for lightweight media. The spent media falls into the grated floor and in M-section hoppers. The system then uses high-velocity air to evacuate each hopper and carries the abrasive to the cleaning and screening process.
Flat-Track Abrasive Recovery
Flat-Track is a full area recovery system that requires little digging within the facility. Abrasive is recovered through a series of channels where the abrasive is moved forward through a pushing ‘arm’ to enter the cleaning and screening process.
Hopper Abrasive Recovery
Hopper abrasive recovery systems are the most economical option. Abrasive is collected or swept into a hopper that then send the abrasive through the cleaning and screening process.