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Heavy Duty Blasting Systems


Portable and Cabinet systems in both Siphon/Suction and Direct Pressure styles provide for a wide variety of application purposes. Our abrasive sandblasting equipment comes in an extensive range of sizes and is used with almost any dry abrasive blasting media. The abrasive blasting of large areas or batches of small parts are easily achieved with these systems.

Siphon/Suction abrasive sandblasting cabinets are ideal for lower volume applications where cost is a factor. These systems are available in a wide variety of sizes to accommodate almost any size part. Direct Pressure cabinets are typically heavy duty and are designed for quicker abrasive blasting as well as more regular usage. Both of these style cabinets can be customized and modified to meet the required project specifications.

The portable blasting systems are designed for situations when abrasive sandblasting needs to be done on the job site or the part is too large for a cabinet. These systems are engineered as industrial grade as well as heavy duty, high usage contractor grade.


  • Quick and Efficient Surface Modification
  • Portable and Cabinet Systems For a Variety of Abrasive Blasting Applications
  • Both Economical and Heavy Duty Systems
  • Large and Small Parts Processing
  • Manual, Semi-Automated and Fully-Automated Options Available
  • Continuous Processing; Flow-Through Production


  • Surface Preparation For Coating
  • Peening
  • Cleaning
  • Stripping
  • Scale Removal
  • Aggressive Abrasive Blasting
  • Deflashing
  • Rust Removal

Typical Uses

  • Surface Prep For Coatings Application
  • Machine Mark Removal
  • Rust Removal and Cleaning
  • Auto and Truck Restoration
  • Building and Bridge Blasting

Siphon blast cabinets and pressure blast cabinets are the two main types of abrasive sandblasting cabinets that exist on the market. The two have some distinct differences in how they operate. A siphon/suction abrasive blasting cabinet is mostly used for light production and general cleaning of parts and objects. A siphon blaster works by using a suction gun with an air jet to pull blast media through a hose and deliver that media to a blast nozzle, where it is then propelled at high speed into the cabinet. Siphon abrasive sandblasting equipment is easier to set up, but it takes more blasting pressure to achieve maximum abrasive impact. Because of this, suction abrasive blasting cabinets will leave a less pronounced anchor pattern than a direct pressure cabinet using the same blast media.

A pressure sandblasting cabinet uses a pressurized vessel (like a pressure pot) filled with blast media, which forces the media through a blast nozzle. Pressure sandblasting is significantly faster and more aggressive than suction sandblasting.

Abrasive sandblasting machine is equipment that uses pressure blasting techniques to clean rust, paint and other kinds of contamination from metallic parts. Main use of a abrasive blasting machine is to clean metals that are used in construction industry, ships, etc.

Portable abrasive sandblasting equipment is used worldwide in a variety of applications. Whether it’s offshore, marine, civil, general engineering and maintenance, or building and stone cleaning, Portable blasting equipment typically uses a pressure blasting technique; however, many hobbyist and DIYers use small, hand-help siphon and gravity blasters.

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