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Air Blast

Air Blast Systems

Our air blast cabinets are built to last – heavy duty for your manufacturing process in either suction or pressure blast systems.

We carry a wide range of standard sizes as well as a custom system can be tailored to meet your requirements.







Highly reliable pneumatic controls

Delivers fast & easy startup

Easily adjustable reclaimers allow control of media size

Provides continuous & precise media flow

Seals tightly, with door safety switch to prevent accidental blasting

Standard factory options

Variety of cabinet sizes and types

Automated or manual systems

Various media types and sizes

Choice of controls and automation

Air-blast cabinets use one of two operating systems: pressure or suction.

Pressure systems apply compressor power all the way from the media storage hopper to the nozzle outlet, resulting in faster work, more precise control at both high and low pressures and, in many applications, more efficient use of compressed air than is possible with suction systems.

Suction systems, which rely on a venturi effect to draw media from the storage hopper, offer the enticements of lower capital costs and easier deployment of multiple blast guns.

Tunable reclaimers recycle media of various densities. By adjusting a fine-tuning band on the reclaimer, the amount of air introduced into the system can be controlled to assure precise separation of functional media from dust and other unwanted debris.

As spent media, dust and debris are pulled by air flow to the reclaimer inlet, incoming air and media spiral in a downward vortex, throwing larger particles against the outer reclaimer wall. An air stream forms an upward counter vortex through the center tube, which carries out dust while heavier particles drop into the storage hopper below for reuse. A screen catches any oversized debris.

Dust and undersized debris are drawn from the reclaimer into the bottom of the dust collector. Sudden expansion forces heavier dust particles to the bottom. Remaining fine dust is pulled to the surface of the dust filters. Clean air can then be discharged to the work area.