The Best Sandblasting Equipment Made in the USA
Proudly Made in Dowagiac, Michigan
Large Sandblasting Equipment
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.
Benchtop Sandblasting Cabinets
The E100 Benchtop Sandblasting Equipment Lineup
A benchtop sand blaster is a great way to add powerful sandblasting equipment to your work bench. These units have a small footprint but still offer the same long lasting, high quality power as our large sandblast cabinets. We chose polypropylene construction for this table top sandblaster. As a result, this blast cabinet lineup is affordable and perfect for any application at home or in a commercial setting.
Benchtop Blast System Options
The E100 features a 14 CFM trigger operated sandblast gun whereas the LTC and P models feature a pedal operated blast system. The LTC has a wand style system with a tungsten carbide tip and it runs at 5 CFM. The P is our pencil blaster system, has a ceramic tip, and is 1.5 CFM.
All E100 Series Blast Cabinets Feature
Interior Dimensions: 14″H x 22.5″W x 18″D • Fully Assembled • Made in USA • Thick Polypropylene Construction • Ships via UPS
Tumble Sandblasting Equipment
Tumble blasters are a great way to have a semi-automated blasting process. Additionally they are easy to use. Just put parts in the basket, turn the convenient timer dial, and let the powerful motor rotate the basket and blast away.
Parts in the Basket, Turn the Dial, Blast.
Customers use this for parts that need deburring, prepping the surface gun parts and arrow heads, and many more. Any small parts that fit in the basket can be cleaned or prepped with easy. Just toss in the parts and turn the dial. The basket is easy to remove so that you can load it and unload it outside the cabinet. Several videos of the T14 are available and demonstrate the ease of use.
Pressure Pot Sandblasters
Pressure blasters are a special kind of sandblasting equipment. They have the potential to make your blasting work go much faster. Higher pressure blasting equipment leads to more powerful contact from the abrasive onto your parts. A pressure pot allows your work to be done outside or on parts too large for a cabinet.
The PT-100 SK is a “side kick” pressure pot. Easily convert your existing siphon cabinet to a pressure blaster. If you are curious about the pros and cons of pressure blasters, we can help. Please review our comparison by clicking here.
Dust Collection Equipment
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.
Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM) – How much air is moving?
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.
You can use a downdraft table to keep your work area clean when doing any small tool work. As a result they are popular with woodworkers. This is because when sawing or sanding, a downdraft table can collect dust and small debris. They are useful in almost any non-hazardous workspace where dust and debris exist require collection.
Choose the Right Sandblasting Equipment
Other important features of our sand blasting equipment are that we proudly make them in the USA and make it affordable. Spending a fortune on blasting equipment takes money away from your wallet. As a result of our affordable sandblasters and dust collection equipment you keep more money in your pocket. All this and we still produce high quality cabinets with many great features.
Searching for blasting equipment online is difficult. There are many cabinet options available. We proudly provide our equipment at affordable pricing. We do so without sacrificing quality, power, or options. Our blasting equipment come in large, small, pressure, and suction configurations. Sand blasting with Cyclone is easy and affordable.
Cabinet Openings Matter
Placing parts into an abrasive cabinet is a significant decision in the selection process. Lifting heavy parts in and out of cabinet will, over time, be taxing on a user. Additionally, opening type can impact the size of the parts that go into the cabinet. Further, having to adjust parts from outside is much easier with opening options. Therefore, our bead and media cabinet designs take these factors into consideration.
Flip Top Opening
Our flip top cabinets are easy to open and operate. They work like a clam shell. For example, opening the solid latches on the front of the 3624 easily release the cabinet lid giving you access into the cabinet. However, the glove ports are stationary when the lid opens. For most users this is not an issue. Having a full top opening option does give a cabinet a different degree of flexibility.
Flip Top Opening
As you already may know, a full top opening cabinet provides a greater degree of flexibility for access. When the lid of a full top unit is opened, the entire front of the cabinet lifts as well. Therefore, the access to the inside of the cabinet is much more direct.