Cyclone abrasive-blasting dust collection systems are specifically designed to keep the work area inside the blast cabinet clean and workpieces visible. Impaired vision during abrasive-blasting can lead to accidental damage to part surfaces. By adding a Cyclone Sandblast Dust Collection System, your ability to view the workspace is dramatically improved, thus making it easier to accomplish your task. We offer several cabinet dust extractor machines.
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The Cyclone DC-1500 dust collection system comes standard on many of our abrasive blast cabinets. It's performance is ideal for keeping the interior of the cabinet visible during operation of the blaster. The Cyclone Manufacturing Model DC1500 is an excellent addition to any sandblast cabinet. When used properly this unit is capable of extracting aiborne waste material inside a blast cabinet during abrasive blasting. This allows the user a better opportunity to see their sandblast activity while in use to avoid damaging the workpiece. The DC1500 is built to last, and under normal use and with proper maintenace there is little downtime with this unit.
Made in USA
Can be shipped via UPS
Easy to Assemble & Use
AC Motor Driven
Filter Bag and Prefilter Included
Sturdy polyethylene plastic construction
The Cyclone Manufacturing Model DC-4000 abrasive-blasting cabinet dust collector is an excellent addition to any sandblast cabinet. When used properly this dust collection system is capable of extracting airborne waste material inside a blast cabinet during abrasive-blasting. This allows the user a better opportunity to see their sandblast activity while in use to avoid damaging the workpiece. The DC-4000 is built to last, and under normal use and with proper maintenance there is little downtime with this unit.
Cyclone provides quick delivery of our products because we control the entire manufacturing process.
Made in USA
Easy to connect and use
Cartridge Filter and Prefilter Included
Constructed of 16 gauge welded steel
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Known by many names, but the point is the same: Pull dust and debris from inside the cabinet to the outside without creating a big mess. Despite the simplicity of the concept, taking a mess from inside a cabinet and into an external vessel must be done with care. Abrasive dust can be hazardous to users. Inhalation is dangerous and slipping and falling is yet another danger of a dusty environment. ALWAYS read and follow warnings, stickers, and instructions on all components of any blast related activity and equipment.
We hand assemble every single unit and take pride in ensuring that you receive a quality dust collector. Our sandblast cabinet dust collectors come in several configurations, each offering a unique amount of air flow out of the cabinet. Under most circumstances, the more air flow you draw from your sandblast cabinet, the more clearly the work area becomes for you. Why not just connect a regular vacuum to a blast cabinet? Sometimes you hear the phrase "DIY abrasive dust collector." A normal vacuum likely will evacuate the air inside a cabinet. However, these big-box or DIY (Do It Yourself) units normally do not come equipped with the proper filtration to keep the abrasive and work dust inside the dust collector. This puts you at risk and your equipment. Cyclone abrasive dust collection systems come with filters that are designed to protect the dust collector motor.
Dust in the motor will cause accelerated wear and will eventual cause failure of the dust collection system. You should always read and follow all directions and warnings on any equipment. While dust collectors do keep the inside of the cabinet clear and visible, they cannot protect you from harmful dust and debris that results as part of the abrasive-blasting process. Always read and follow all abrasive guidelines and if you have any questions we would be happy to offer guidance. You can also read more about the risks here: Frequently Asked Questions. We also publish regular articles here: All About Abrasive Blast.