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Below is full list of abrasive bead blast cabinets and pressure pot blast systems. Our abrasive blast cabinets are built solid and we offer quality equipment at economical pricing. Our benchtop abrasive blaster is just as powerful as our larger units, but fits on work bench.
Our bead blast cabinets are steel and our seams are welded and sealed. The steel and welding is important because it makes our cabinets sturdy, and sealing reduces leaks! Competitive units come with bolt-on legs that will wobble under the weight of abrasive media and your parts. Don't mistake economical for cheaply made. Cheaper competitive models will leak on arrival and disappoint you. Cyclone produces quality at economic prices, and we warranty our work to prove it.
Most of our abrasive blast cabinets include an abrasive dust collector, our DC-1500. Our dust collector is not attached to our blast cabinet. This allows better flexibility in placing the blast cabinet within your workspace.
We produce our equipment in Dowagiac, Michigan and our team consists of members of our local community - so Made in the USA is not just a label.
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Perfect size for benchtops or workstations
Constructed of welded steel, sturdy!
Don't call it a mini abrasive blaster, it's small but it is powerful!
Can be moved with ease
Safety valve on lid, cuts air supply when lid is open.
Easy Setup. Unpack, connect, blast!
Our Model BT-20 bead blasting cabinet comes in one size. Why struggle with sizing a benchtop blaster that may end up too big or too small? Search no more! The BT-20 is often copied by the competition but is never duplicated. “Knock off“ products just do not compare. If you are looking for an abrasive blaster for sale, check with Cyclone! Whether you call it a mini abrasive blaster or benchtop abrasive blaster, Cyclone can help you with an abrasive machine solution.
100 Pound Sand Capacity
Tank Diamter - 12"
Hose Length - 10' 1/2" ID Hose
Heavy Duty Wheels
Includes Safety Goggles
Includes Pressure Relief Valve
Our premier mobile pressure blasting system. The PT-100 has a large capacity, powerful blast system, and all the power you need. The unit easily rolls on the large rubber-treaded wheels, and with a 10 foot long hose, the user can work without the hassle of constantly moving the unit.
100 Pound Sand Capacity
Made in USA
Heavy Duty Wheels
Includes Safety Goggles and Pressure Relief Valve
Includes Accessories to adapt to a sandblast cabinet
The PT-100-SK features all the great aspects of the PT-100 but is designed to directly connect to a blast cabinet. Integrating a powerful pressure blast system with the containment ability of a sandblast cabinet gives the user power and containment all in one. We include the necessary parts to adapt this unit to a blast cabinet.
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.
You'll search the web for abrasive blaster, sand blast, Abrasive Blast Cabinet. Then, you may try media blaster, abrasive blast cabinet, bead blaster. There will be many results, but the one you can count on is Cyclone Manufacturing. Despite the fact that basic abrasive-blasting hasn't changed in decades, we constantly engineer solutions designed to fit today's demands. With forty years in this industry, we've seen almost everything.
Don't settle for anything less than a Cyclone. We take extreme pride in our locally staffed engineers who fabricate our cabinets in house. Our strong steel legs give our cabinets an extremely solid feel. Competitive units may offer bolt-on or pop-riveted parts. This assembly will feel less stable and ultimately lead to unhappy users. Our bead blast cabinets, are welded and sealed to reduce leaks. Many competitor's cabinets overlook the steps that we take to help reduce leaking.
Our units are engineered and crafted by professionals, you are buying quality. We understand that an investment in an abrasive machinery system carries a cost. That's why we build our units with high standards and reasonable prices. The competition charges more but provides lower quality (pop-rivets/bolt on) cabinets. Call us for a quote today!
Precision craftsmanship, expert engineering, and exceptional support. Our equipment is your answer to the most difficult sand blast requirements. Selecting the right blast unit can be a difficult process. Part size, air consumption, and media type all play critical roles in your results. Our product catalog includes steel welded benchtop Abrasive Blast Cabinets, large Media Abrasive Blast Cabinets, and many sizes in between. Many of our units come with our DC-1500 standard duty dust collector. The DC-1500 provides 90 CFM of exhaust out of the blast cabinet, helping improve visibility inside the cabinet. Confused by the terms and variation in what you think is a "sand blaster"? Check out our "Abrasive Blaster 101" page and learn more.
Don't forget about customer service! When you contact us by email or person, you will get a person. Not only that, you will get a person who can help. Everyone has experience with the phone-tree, and being transferred from person to person only to get disconnected! We take pride in our equipment, but if you have an issue or a breakdown - we will help you. That's the difference between us and the other sandblast company vendors out there.
We also carry abrasive blasting guns, and a complete line of abrasive blaster parts and abrasive-blasting accessories. You can also check out our gently used sandblast equipment here on our bargains page.