Air Blast Equipment

Hand Cabinets

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Available in pressure or suction with tons of options, the hand-cabinet is the most common type of blast equipment.  

Blast Rooms

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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.

Blast Pots

Abrasive blasting pot

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.

Automated Systems

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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.

Barrel Tumblers

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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.

Used Equipment

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We stock a wide variety of fully refurbished systems for when you need something immediately, backed with a warranty.  

Wheel Blast Equipment

Tumble Blasters

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Parts are rolled in a barrel keeping them mixed.  Simple, user-friendly operation.

Table Blasters

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Perfect for larger, heavy parts.

Hanger Systems

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Excellent for complex shapes that need coverage.

Belt/Roller Systems

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For blasting lots and lots of parts.

Continuous Belt/Drum

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Similar to a belt or roller system, combined with a tumbling action.

Soda, Dry Ice, Dustless

Soda Blasting

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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.

CO2/Dry Ice Blasting

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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.

Dustless Blasting

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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.