The Cyclone lineup of larger sandblasting cabinets arrive ready to work. First, we fully assemble our units at our facility in Dowagiac, Michigan. The equipment is fully welded steel which give the unit strength and also prevents leaks. Some cheaper cabinets require bolts or spot welds which makes cabinets tipsy and prone to leaks. Not Cyclone.
Cabinet Names and Dimensions
The cabinet names are not meant to be confusing, but may be for some. Typically, our names indicate the inside dimensions of the cabinet. This is where the work is performed. For example, the DW-7335 is 73″ wide by 35″ deep. As you browse cabinets each one has its own page with detail on dimensions, blast system, lids, door counts and much more. Finally, do not be confused by the nomenclature: Bead blaster, media blaster, sand blast cabinet. For simplicity’s sake, they all perform the same basic function using different media types. We have a deeper conversation on that in this article.