Welcome to Cyclone Manufacturing. Producing American made, welded steel abrasive blast cabinets, warrantied and ready for your project - big or small.
Prices are good through June 30, 2018 and DO NOT include shipping. Contact us and we can provide accurate shipping costs.
You can order through your favorite distributor or call us now. We accept credit cards and can take your order right over the phone!
These are a few of our most popular sized blast cabinets. To get a shipping quote please click the "Get Quote" button throughout our site.
With a little information from you we can provide a shipping cost to go with the cabinet cost.
-Prices are through Cyclone, distributor prices may vary.-
Please browse our featured June units or Click Here for our full line of abrasive blasters.
Large Abrasive Blast Cabinet
|Overall Dimensions||58" (h) x 65" (w) x 36" (d)|
|Working Dimensions||27" (h) x 60" (w) x 35" (d)|
|Window||46" x 13"|
|Blast System||25 CFM @ 70-90 PSI, Tungsten Carbide|
|Blaster Operation||Foot pedal operated|
|Construction||Welded 16 gauge steel|
|Air Requirements||25 CFM @ 70-90 PSI Foot Operated|
|Electrical||110 Volts Req. 2 Incandescent Bulbs|
|Dust Collector||90 CFM Dual Filter Vac|
|Weight||350 lbs. (common carrier only)|
Price through June 30, 2018: $1,846.00Get Quote
Large Abrasive Blast Cabinet
|Overall Dimensions||64" (h) x 52" (w) x 41" (d)|
|Working Dimensions||23" (h) x 48" (w) x 26"(d)|
|Window||25" x 10"|
|Blast System||14CFM @ 70-90 PSI, Ceramic|
|Blaster Operation||Trigger Operated|
|Dust Collector||Dust Collector: DC1500|
|Construction||Welded 16 gauge steel|
|Weight||200 lbs. (common carrier)|
Price through June 30, 2018: $1,153.00Get Quote
Benchtop Abrasive Blast Cabinet
|Overall Dimensions||28" (h) x 20" (w) x 18" (d)|
|Working Dimensions||12" (h) x 19" (w) x 18" (d)|
|Window||12 ½" x 8 ½" acrylic|
|Blast System||3.6 CFM @ 50 PSI, Tungsten Carbide|
|Blaster Operation||Foot Pedal Operated|
|Gloves||18" Rubber Gloves|
|Dust Collector||Required, not included. 2 ¼" opening|
|Construction||Welded 16 gauge steel|
|Weight||75 lbs. ships via UPS|
Price through June 30, 2018: $399.00Get Quote
Browse more abrasive blast cabinet and pressure pot blaster options?
We have large cabinets, small cabinets, and mobile pressure blasters. We wanted to present some of our most popular abrasive blast cabinets on our home page, but there are many more sizes and options.
Cyclone abrasive blast cabinets and pressure blasters are powerful, built solid, and are configurable. Most of our abrasive blast cabinets include a powerful DC-1500 abrasive blast dust collector. Our dust collectors are a separate unit, designed for workspace flexibility without sacrificing power and improving work area visibility. Not all facilities are the same, Cyclone abrasive blast cabinets are designed to maximize your floorspace. Cyclone abrasive blast cabinet lids and doors include tough seals and solid latches. This will keep your work area as clean as possible.
Cyclone abrasive-blasting cabinets are for sale through Cyclone Manufacturing or through your favorite distributor. Make sure you ask for a Cyclone Manufacturing abrasive blast cabinet, benchtop blaster or pressure pot blaster. Our abrasive blasters are powerful, efficient, and economical.
POWER. QUALITY. RELIABILITY.
Cyclone abrasive blast cabinets are a solid platform for your abrasive-blasting project. Each cabinet is welded and sealed, something the competition overlooks with their pop rivets and "bolt-on" assemblies. Do you need a large blast cabinet or benchtop blaster? Our catalog answers any call. Our craftsmanship starts with steel construction, sealed seams, and sturdy steel legs. We strongly believe that our abrasive blast cabinet quality surpasses the competition and that. Our brand deserves the Made in the USA label that we apply to our products.
Cyclone abrasive blast cabinets come with various configurations inside and out. Many Cyclone blasting cabinets units come with a dust collection unit, the DC-1500. Dust collectors give the operator improved visibility while abrasive-blasting. Cyclone produces a larger dust collector model, our DC-4000 for users with higher demands. Cyclone units also offer different abrasive blast control systems. Many of our bead blast cabinets are equipped with a foot pedal, other units come standard with a trigger actuated blasting system. Each blast cabinet in our catalog provides details on what system comes standard.
Worried about breaking the bank on a bead blaster cabinet purchase? No need with Cyclone. We produce high-quality and economical (budget friendly) abrasive blast systems. American made Cyclone bead blasting equipment is found around the world, lasts longer than the competition and has our full support.
Cyclone Manufacturing provides service, support, and as much information as we can to help you with your project. We regularly draft articles where we hope to share the collective knowledge obtained from over 40 years in this industry. Curious about the difference between soda blasting, shot blasting, bead blasting, and ddd? We can help make sense of the terminology.
Curious about the differences between a bead blaster and a media blaster? What is a abrasive-blasting unit? We attempt to break it all down for you and show how Cyclone can help you. We can explain how an abrasive blast cabinet dust collector works and suggest a media blaster perfect for you project.
Search the web and these tools have many names. Known as abrasive-blasting cabinets, sandblasters and "sand blast" cabinets. Bead blasting cabinets, abrasive cabinets, media blasters, the list goes on. With a few exceptions, these terms all refer to the same thing. The terms sand, media, and bead refer to the abrasive used in the cabinet. What is important to remember is that the cabinet is the vessel that contains the abrasive, abrasive flow and parts being blasted. Whether you are using a direct pressure blast cabinet or siphon fed sandblaster, you are fundamentally accomplishing the same task.
Keep in mind that that shopping for an abrasive blast cabinet, the cabinet itself is a crucial element in your selection process. Our blast cabinets and abrasive dust collection systems are welded steel and we seal them. The welded steal terms are important because there are very inexpensive blast cabinets on the market, but they are poorly made and often consist of "pop-rivets" or bolt-on legs. Without a solid base to build on, the bolt on/pop rivet cabinets will wobble and flex under their own weight, let alone when you add abrasive and your parts. Certain Cyclone blast cabinets feature side doors. Our doors are made from the same steel as the cabinet. Some competitors units offer "steel cabinets" but plastic doors. Don't compromise with something that will wear out and leak, trust Cyclone.
All our cabinets from large to small are built in our facility from steel and welded by both robot and human welders. We stand behind our work and warranty our equipment. And to add to our high-quality and budget friendly pricing, we make ourselves availalbe to you. We do not have a phone tree for you to hunt through. You call and get a person. You email, a person replies to you. We want to know you and your needs, we do not just want to sell you a product. Give it a try, reach out today and see if we can help you with your abrasive-blasting cabinet needs.
With over 40 years of experience in this industry, we have the knowledge and hardware to help you succeed. We take great pride in our craftsmanship. Our products are designed and fabricated in the USA.
As a local business, we take great pride in our ability to offer economically priced superior products.
We are here to help you
There are many options available for abrasive blasting applications. We can provide guidance on what equipment and supplies will fit your application.
When buying an abrasive blast cabinet , make sure you buy a Cyclone. Our products are designed to not leak and we stand behind our equipment.
Products and Services
We offer a variety of abrasive-blasting equipment, parts and accessories, abrasive dust collection systems and abrasive-blasting abrasive media From sandblaster parts and accessories to safety equipment. If you can't find what you are looking for please contact us and we will help.
Sandblasting is a familiar term, but is also an outdated term. The "sand" in the name is what was once used in blasting equipment. The abrasive nature of the sand was used in equipment to perform the work. IMPORTANT: It was found that silica, a mineral, was discovered in sand used by many to sandblast. You may see the terms sandblaster, sandblast cabinet, or sand blast cabinet on our site - but Cyclone absolutely DOES NOT RECOMMEND the use of any silica based product (sand) in any abrasive cabinet. Call us today: 269-782-9670 to talk about what abrasives can be used. We supply a wide range for almost any abrasive blast need.
Exposure to this mineral causes severe or fatal damage to lung tissue. DO NOT ever use silica sand in abrasive blast equipment.
Better known as abrasive blasting, the process is also known by many other names. Some people refer to these blast cabinets as glass bead blasters or garnet blasters. You can see the confusion. We can help. Cyclone Manufacturing has been around a long time and we have experience in all areas and applications of abrasive blasting. Abrasive blast cabinets are known as bead blasting cabinets, abrasive blast cabinets and is often spelled in various ways: media blasting, sandblast, sand blast, abrasive blasting, the list goes on. However you refer to it, we can help you with an application that suits your purpose. Just remember, be careful, read the instructions on any equipment, and contact us if you have questions! Your safety is important to us, but your safety is ultimately up to you! There are various types of abrasive blasters, abrasive blast cabinets, pressure pot blaster, and stand-alone siphon fed sandblast guns.
Siphon fed abrasive blasters work by their namesake. Air, from a compressor, passes over an orifice that creates suction within the sandblast gun. That difference in pressure creates a vacuum that draws up the sandblast abrasive and forces it out the nozzle. This process is very efficient for removing undesirable matter from a desirable underlying surface. An example is preparing a car door's surface for painting. A abrasive blaster has the potential to remove old surface paint, surface rust, and then leave the metal ready for finishing touches!
Pressure abrasive blasters differ significantly from siphon fed abrasive blasters. Rather than a siphon action on the abrasive media, direct pressure is forced from a specially designed (and certified) steel tank and pushes the media out the nozzle. The resulting impact on the material quickly removes undesired material. Pressure abrasive-blasting, from Cyclone, is available in a portable model and one that is capable of integrating with a abrasive blast cabinet.
Combining pressure and projectiles is inherently dangerous and users should always refer to their instruction manual and use all necessary safety measures. It is always up to the end user to understand the dangers and take responsibility when using any abrasive blaster.
We manufacture and stand behind our media blasting equipment and supplies and want our customers to be happy. Be wary with cheaper units which are more prone to leaks and are unstable because of poor construction. Cyclone Manufacturing's media blast cabinets and dust collectors, are constructed from steel and welded and sealed. Lesser models succumb easier to leaking and expose the work environment to dust and debris.
Trust Cyclone with your project and you won't be disappointed. We are a company based in the USA, employ local families, and warranty our work.