Available in pressure or suction with tons of options, the hand-cabinet is the most common type of blast equipment.
They come in all kinds of sizes from the size of a small shed to an airplane hanger - the blast room is incredibly versatile when you need adaptability to parts of all shapes and sizes.
Normally used as a portable option, blast pots are a great way to bring equipment to the job. Commonly used on large-scale projects, portable/bulk pots are available from 1 to over 100 cubic feet capacity.
Where precise blasting and production rates meet - automated systems include: continuous or indexing turntables, rotary heads, inline machines and robots. These are excellent for high production rates and can be customized for your process.
When you have a lot of parts that can have some part on part contact, you can't beat the production rate of a tumbler. Small ones can be built into a hand cabinet or larger stand-alone systems are available.
Parts are rolled in a barrel keeping them mixed. Simple, user-friendly operation.
Perfect for larger, heavy parts.
Excellent for complex shapes that need coverage.
For blasting lots and lots of parts.
Similar to a belt or roller system, combined with a tumbling action.
Baking soda is commonly used as a cleaning and remediation media but has a ton of applications. Often it's the right balance of not too aggressive and not too soft.
Great for cleaning and material removal with no damage to the underlying surface. When it's the right application ice blasting can't be beat.
Although mixing water with abrasive reduces its effectiveness, dustless blasting is excellent when you need an aggressive process but can't use a blast room or need to be mobile and control your dust.