The BT20 is one of the best small sandblasting cabinets available today! Because of its welded 16 gauge steel and sealant, this unit won’t leak. Therefore, your visibility on your work is better. Overall, this unit is sturdy and has an easy open lid. A safety valve comes installed that shuts off air when the lid is open. The BT20 comes complete with a trigger operated sandblast gun and ceramic nozzle. A strong but light cabinet makes it easy to move and the footprint is minimal even with the lid open.
The BT20 sandblasting cabinet is a flexible sized abrasive sandblasting cabinet. It offers tremendous room for a variety of parts. We label it small but it still brings big power. It can be shipped via UPS. An easy opening flip top lid offers convenient and east access to the work. The side door is located on the right side and is constructed of the same steel as the cabinet. Also included with the BT20 sandblast cabinet are comfortable rubber blast gloves that protect your hands. They also are long enough to easily reach around inside the sandblast cabinet without opening the lid.
Dust Collector Not Included
The BT20 small sandblasting cabinet does not include a dust collector. We recommend our DC-1500 that produces a powerful 90 CFM and works perfectly to keep visibility clear inside the blast cabinet. The cabinet comes with a light receptacle and on/off switch. The switch controls an additional receptacle for the included sandblast dust collector. Therefore, you control the entire cabinet with one easy on/off switch location on the cabinet. Finally, the lid interacts with an air cut off safety valve. If the lid is open, the valve cuts the air to the sandblast gun, thus reducing the risk of user injury.
Flexible Abrasive Media Choices
This abrasive media blast cabinet can handle abrasives like white or brown aluminum oxide, glass beads, silicon carbide, or blasting garnet. We supply a full catalog of abrasive media. We do not recommend steel shot and under no circumstances should you ever use sand in an abrasive cabinet. Read more here to learn about the dangers of using sand in an abrasive blasting cabinet. Sandblasting Safety