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Sandblasting Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of sandblasting equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source sandblasting equipment manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate sandblasting equipment companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer sandblasting equipment for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading sandblasting equipment's manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for portable sandblasting equipment, small sandblasting equipment, or sandblasting devices.

  • Langhorne, PA

    It is our goal to exceed your expectations. We promise that our systems are second to none and our engineers use precise techniques to adhere to all specifications. Our extremely versatile sandblasting equipment will last you for years and we guarantee the durability of these outstanding machines. For premium customer service you can turn to us to support you every step of the way. If you would like to speak to a representative please give us a call!

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  • Hartland, WI

    We keep your production goals in mind which is why we offer the most beneficial sandblasting equipment available. Our systems require low maintenance and can handle any task size. For the most premium of sandblasting solutions you can turn to us to meet all of your needs. Our engineers are excited to comply with all of your specifications and we are ready to assist you every step of the way. For more information please visit our website today.

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  • South Elgin, IL

    You can rest assured with our company as your sandblasting equipment supplier. Our fabrication lines have quick turnaround and our engineers are highly proficient. For the best the market has to offer; turn to us time and time again. You will be impressed with our performance and we will always provide the most affordable products. If you would like to learn more about our company then please visit our website!

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  • Indianapolis, IN

    Our blast cleaning equipment is designed to handle a wide variety of industries and applications. We engineer and manufacture all our systems under one roof, ensuring the utmost quality and lead time control. Our industry reputation is the result of meeting our customers' demands for quality and increased productivity.

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  • LaGrange, GA

    Wheelabrator serves a variety of industries around the world. We design, supply and service equipment to make the process of blast cleaning run smoothly. Our blasting equipment includes blast cabinets, along with shot peening, airblast, wheelblast, wetblast and painting equipment. Our team is not afraid to take on a challenge and attempt something that’s never been done before, no matter what the application. Contact Wheelabrator today!

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businessIndustry Information

Sandblasting Equipment

Sandblasting is a type of abrasive blasting process that propels materials at a high pressure to smooth out rough surfaces. The term sandblast equipment applies to a number of devices designed to use sand to clean or resurface industrial products and components. Using pressurized water, compressed air or centrifugal wheels, the capabilities of these machines greatly expand industrial cleaning possibilities.

Sandblasters can be used to remove coatings, roughen smooth surfaces, smooth rough surfaces, etch, carve, degrease, deburry, peen, deflash and descale a number of industrial apparatuses made of metal, wood, plastic and glass. Such versatility allows heavy use of these mechanisms in automotive, shipbuilding, construction, agriculture, industrial cleaning and processing, aerospace, decorative design, woodworking and glass industries. Both heavy duty and precision parts are easily resurfaced using sandblast equipment. Automated blasting systems are used for precision parts such as nuts, bolts, decorative glass, printed circuit boards and engine components which are mounted on a conveyor and moved through a blast cabinet. Portable sand blasters, which may be automated or hand operated, can be brought to a worksite for use on larger constructs such as ships, bridges, building components, aircraft and heat exchangers. In addition to portability and degree of automation, abrasive media selection, surface condition, size, shape, weight, finish specifications, media flow and blast pressure should all be carefully considered when selecting the proper piece of equipment for a given sandblasting application.

Though specific machines may vary, common components of sandblaster equipment include a power supply, pressure generators and air compressors, crankshafts and plunger pumps, abrasive injectors, blast cabinets, blaster nozzles, a vessel to hold the abrasive media and in some instances dust collection units or media separators. After the propellant, either gas or liquid, is pressurized pumps and crankshafts move it through the blasting equipment in order to pull or push abrasive media out of a containment vessel and through a nozzle. The head of the nozzle then directs this high pressured slurry toward the surface which is to be treated. Although sandblasting has become the popular term for this particular type of machinery, media blasting is more applicable as silica sand is only one of the many types of both rounded and angular abrasives frequently used. Alternative materials include balled, ground, flaked or granulated particulates of such diverse materials as aluminum, carbide, ceramic, copper, glass, iron, gold, plastic, steel, wood, acrylic, baking soda, silica and even nut shells and fruit kernels. The intended or required abrasive media should be an important consideration when selecting sandblast equipment as some have multi-media capabilities while others are media specific. Grit, bead and shot blasters as well as shot peening and soda blasting equipment are specific types of sandblasting machines that should be considered in relation to the intended goals of the process.



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Sandblasting Equipment - A.E. Aubin Company
Sandblasting Equipment - A.E. Aubin Company