Blast Cabinet Dust Collector Systems
What is a Sandblasting Dust Collector?
Cyclone blast cabinet dust collector systems are designed to keep the work area inside a blast cabinet visible during blasting. We have two sizes designed for blast cabinet dust collecting. We also have a dust extractor and reclaimer as well. A reclaimer can also be known as a media separator. Our first model is a 90 CFM and our other sandblasting dust collector option is a 400 CFM system. Cyclone dust extractors are extremely powerful, reliable, and easy to maintain. Additionally, all our models are made in the USA and backed by Cyclone’s manufacturer warranty. Finally, we also have all replacement parts in stock should you need them.
Prices shown are list prices without shipping. Please contact us by phone or email for a shipping quote. Need a custom dust collection system? We can help, just let us know what you need.
The Importance of a Sandblaster Dust Collector
A sandblasting dust collector is an important part of any abrasive media blasting cabinet. Why? Because if you cannot see what you are doing in the blast cabinet, the blast stream could damage the parts. You can easily avoid this situation by adding a Cyclone dust collector to your system. Above all else, as soon as you power it on you will see improved visibility.
Dust Extractor or Dust Collector?
For our purposes they are the same thing. A sand blast dust extractor and sandblaster dust collector perform the same duties within a sandblast cabinet. As the unit extracts air from the abrasive blasting cabinet it naturally collects the dust within the blast chamber of the unit. Consequently, the specially designed filter cloths and filter cartridges help ensure the dust does not reach the motor.
Protecting your investment
We include the necessary filters on your equipment to protect the dust collector motor. Debris and dust that naturally occurs during blasting can destroy dust collector parts. Luckily, we provide filters and wraps that prevent micro particles of dust and debris from reaching the motor. Over time, parts do eventually wear out. But, we provide easy to follow maintenance instructions to keep your dust collector running for years. As a result your equipment will last and work harder for you.