Blast Cabinets

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Instead of sandblasting the part by pointing a nozzle directly at it and spraying it, the part being treated is placed in the chamber of a cabinet that can be tightly sealed. Read More…

Blast Cabinets A blast cabinet is a piece of equipment that is used in some industries for surface finishing applications and for removing contamination and rust from components.

Leading Manufacturers

Langhorne, PA  |  215-752-8800

With more than 60 years as a leader in air-blast equipment, Empire produces an extensive line including: ProFinish® Systems, ProFormer&trade, Econo-Finish® and Modified cabinets, Hoffman Blast Rooms, SuperBlast® Portable blasters and Centrifugal Disc Deburring Systems. Our reputation for sandblast equipment is the result of meeting our customers' demands for quality and increased productivity.

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Empire Abrasive Equipment Company $$$

Hartland, WI  |  800-854-0030

Our sandblast equipment is designed to handle a wide variety of applications and we use manufacturing methods that guarantee these machines will stand the test of time. Our cost efficient systems will save you in energy expenses and we promise to assist you right away if you ever run into problems. We offer unsurpassed services and we integrated several value-added features into our products.

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Midwest Finishing Systems, Inc. $$$

South Elgin, IL  |  708-345-5300

We have decades of experience in the finishing industry and we specialize in aqueous washing, abrasive blasting, vibratory finishing, polishing and buffing. All of our sandblast equipment is created right here in the USA and we promise that these products adhere to all industrial standards and regulations. We are ambitiously developing the newest innovations and we continuously improve our manufacturing facility. Contact us today to learn more!

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Great Lakes Finishing Equipment $$$

Wichita, KS  |  800-835-0218

AT LS Industries, we manufacture our sandblast equipment from the highest quality materials in our industry. We also know how important affordability and durability are to our customers, which is why we produce exclusive designs and use state-of-the-art technology to create our products. No matter what your application, you can count on our team to handle your project with the utmost respect and service.

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LS Industries $$$

Englewood, CO  |  303-756-6066

Here at Fortna Equipment we provide top quality sandblasting equipment and supplies. Our selection of media includes aluminum oxide grit, sand substitutes, glass beads, and more. We're your go-to source for any type of metal finishing or sandblasting equipment for your production or manufacturing needs. Please contact us for more information!

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Fortna Eqiupment Company $$$
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Once the cabinet is sealed, it is turned on and the sand, or other abrasive material, is blasted at high pressures into the chamber. The object that is being treated can be moved around by the operator using thick rubber gloves that are attached to the machine. The operator inserts his or her arms into the long gloves and looks through a viewing window to the inside of the cabinet.

They pick up the object to make sure the whole surface is treated. The blast cabinet's motor can be turned on and off using a foot pedal since the operator's hands are usually occupied.

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There are three different types of blast cabinets that can be used; two of them operate with dry abrasive materials and one of them works with wet materials. A syphon blast system uses compressed air to form a vacuum in the chamber, pulling the abrasive material into the blast gun with the negative pressure.

A pressure blast system holds the abrasive material in a pressurized vessel and shoots it through the blast hose using compressed air. The final type, a wet blast cabinet, injects the liquefied abrasive material into the cabinet. Wet blasting systems are used when the heat produced by the friction in a dry system would destroy the part being treated.

Blast cabinets are used in industries like automotive restoration, equipment repair and more. Unlike a blasting gun, cabinets contain the dust created by the abrasive material and clean a part without making a mess. Many blast cabinets are even equipped with special dust collectors that can be emptied whenever the dust in the cabinet begins to build up.

Blast cabinet styles and sizes vary, but most are built on a steel frame with arm inserts that are roughly at waist level to make operation easier. Some blast cabinets are made to be set on a tabletop for small commercial applications.

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