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Sandblast Cabinet Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of sandblast cabinet manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top sandblast cabinet manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any sandblast cabinet company can design, engineer, and manufacture sandblast cabinet to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach sandblast cabinet companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of sandblasting cabinets, and bead blasting cabinets.

  • 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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  • South Elgin, IL 708-345-5300

    For the past fifty years, Great Lakes Finishing Equipment has been specializing in the distribution of metal finishing equipment and supplies. Not only do they supply customers with quality equipment from the best manufacturers, they have an in-house job shop that can finish products for you. For all sandblast cabinets, and other blasting needs, be sure to call today.

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  • Norcross, GA 770-246-9883

    Innovative Peening Systems provides shot peening and abrasive blasting equipment manufacture. We offer custom blasting machines, designed to your specifications. Innovative Peening Systems also can rebuild industrial machinery and offer total automation.

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  • Saratoga Springs, NY 800-228-7894

    Designers and builders of industrial cabinet-blast machinery, including manual, semi-automatic and fully automated air-blast systems, standard and custom-engineered wet blasting machines, wheel-blast machines, shot peening systems, robotic blast systems and precision surface preparation systems.

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  • Coopersville, MI 800-727-2442

    Surface Blasting Systems specializes in designing and building blasting equipment to meet the individual customer's needs. We listen to your exact requirements and determine the best solution, whether suction, pressure or a wheel blaster, and then we make it as durable as possible.

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Sandblast Cabinets

Sandblast cabinets are enclosures in which media blasting processes are conducted. A given sandblast cabinet can vary in size, but the word "cabinet" implies a degree of compactness. Most sandblast cabinets feature a blasting enclosure, and the enclosure usually contains either a combination of stationary blasting jets and a blasting table or a handheld blasting nozzle that can be accessed through a built-in, protected handling system.

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Sandblast Cabinet Benefits

The extent of the benefits offered by enclosed blasting areas cannot be measured. In terms of cost-effectiveness, environmental-friendliness and the maintenance of safe workspaces, the introduction of blasting cabinets was a major development for the media blasting industry.

Design of Sandblast Cabinets

Many sandblast cabinets feature durable glass or plastic paneling that allows for easy monitoring of blasting progress while preventing the unwanted spread of blasting media. Large blasting cabinets can be automated, and such systems are particularly valuable in large-scale treatment operations because of the minimum of technical supervision required to operate them. Companies with dedicated media blasting services make frequent, and in some cases exclusive, use of sandblast cabinets in surface treatment operations.

Sandblast Cabinets and Media Blasting

Media blasting, depending on the variety of media used, can contaminate air with large volumes of blasting dust. Depending on the composition of the dust, it can pose serious health risks to people who are regularly exposed to it. The debilitating, incurable lung disease silicosis is caused by prolonged exposure to silica dust, the source of which exposure happens primarily as a result of unsafe sandblasting conditions. Sandblast cabinets effectively capture all dust created by media blasting processes, eliminating risks to workspace air quality (though additional provisions like protective clothing, respirators, air filter systems, and proper ventilation should still be made as precautionary measures). Media blasting is by nature a materials-intensive surface treatment process. Large volumes of blasting media are necessary, especially in large-scale surface treatment operations, and that media has to come from somewhere. Blasting cabinets allow for the reclamation of expelled media. That media can then be cleaned and reused, reducing the need for new media, which in turn cuts costs and mitigates the negative impact of blast media-related environmental degradation. Especially in the case of more expensive media substances, blast cabinets that recycle blast media are a major factor in maintaining cost-effectiveness for media blasting companies.



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What is a Media Reclaimer? How Does a Reclaimer Work?

    What is a media reclaimer? How does a reclaimer work?   Why would you want a reclaim for your blast cabinet?   The biggest advantage to using a reclaim with a dust collector is you will be able to reuse much of your unspent abrasive media, thereby increasing your blasting efficiency and decreasing your blast media costs. Reclaimers fall into two main categories: pull-through and push through. Pull-through reclaimers do not have an exhauster, but work in coordination with a motor powered dust collector which has an exhauster.... Read More About This