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Bead Blaster Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial bead blasters manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source bead blaster manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These bead blaster companies can design, engineer and manufacture bead blasters to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these bead blasters manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of bead blaster machine, bead blasting equipment, deburring beadblasters.

  • Langhorne, PA 215-752-8800

    We specialize in all things regarding air blast equipment. With over sixty years of experience we are sure you can find a product that will fit your application needs. All of our bead blasters are in high demand and we are the experts to manufacture them to adhere to all regulations. We design these products to be highly functional which results in the desired levels of usability. For the best blasters around give us a call today!

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  • Hartland, WI 800-854-0030

    Midwest Finishing Systems has all the products you need for metal finishing, such as bead blasters. They offer many services in addition to the new and used equipment they sell including, job shop services, rental and lease programs, process development and consulting. Their goal is to make sure all of your requirements can be accomplished at prices you can afford.

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  • South Elgin, IL 708-345-5300

    It is our mission here at Great Lakes Finishing Equipment Inc to accommodate all of your needs. We are the industry leader you have been looking for and our teams have the expertise to manufacture unparalleled innovations. Our bead blasters are superb and you will not be upset with our items. We offer a full line of replaceable parts and other value-added features. Feel free to visit our website for more information!

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  • Rocklin, CA 916-409-2458

    Built for the industrial market, Raptor Blaster cabinets will greatly enhance any production facility, shop, garage or business. Our abrasive blast cabinets and accessories are manufactured in the USA, with solid construction and high performance for consistent results over time.

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  • Piscataway, NJ 888-515-9443

    Kramer Industries provides sandblast equipment, abrasive blast equipment, sandblast cabinets and abrasive blasting cleaners. We specialize in mass-finishing equipment systems and supplies. Kramer Industries guarantees top-quality results; call us today for more information!

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Bead Blasters

Bead blasters utilize high pressured streams of spherical abrasives to clean or otherwise resurface parts and components in industrial, commercial and domestic settings. Like other sandblasting equipment, these devices are used to remove coatings, roughen smooth surfaces, smooth rough surfaces, etch, carve, degrease, deburr, peen, deflash and descale a number of surfaces made of metal, wood, plastic and glass.

Unique to shot blasters utilizing beads is the ability to decrease tensile strength while imparting compressive residual surface stress by dimpling the substrate, significantly improving fatigue strength. The use of rounded beads is crucial to this effect as the use of angular and sharp-edged grit blasters, though effective at cleaning and resurfacing, does not result in these particular material advantages. Automotive, shipbuilding, electronics, construction, agriculture, industrial cleaning and processing, aerospace, decorative design, woodworking and glass industries all make use of the versatility provided by bead blasting equipment. Bead blasting significantly increases longevity of engine components such as gears, shafts, housings and turbine blades and improves the quality of various industrial components such as nuts, bolts, printed circuit boards, ships, bridges and building components. While traditional sand and grit blasters can be used in these applications, bead blasting is a rapid and dust-free process that minimizes the health risks associated with silica dust inhalation.

Though specific machines may differ, most bead blasters have a similar construction. An air compressor is connected to a power source as well as a hopper or vessel containing abrasive beads. Hoses of varying length connect the hopper to a shot blaster gun. The gun and nozzle may be contained in a blast booth or cabinet if the beads are to be collected for reuse and if size permits. Pulling a trigger or pressing a switch causes the air compressor to push air through the gun creating a vacuum; this vacuum pulls the abrasive beads through the tubing and out of the nozzle at the end of the gun in a high pressure stream directed towards the surface to be cleaned or resurfaced. The materials of both the object and the beads should be carefully considered along with flow rate and blast pressure. Additionally, the size of the beads is often variable depending on the needs of a given application as well as manufacturing techniques. Abrasive beads made of plastics, ceramics, glasses and metals such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, acrylics, aluminum, brass and bronze can be produced in a number of ways. Common processes which produce the spherical implements used in shot peening equipment include slip casting, pressing, injection molding, extrusion, spherical grinding and spherical lapping.



Bead Blasters
Bead Blasters
Bead Blasters - Engineered Abrasives
Bead Blasters - Engineered Abrasives