These portable units allow operators to clean, etch, and remove rust, scale, paint, mold, oil, soot, and graffiti in a variety of settings that stationary solutions cannot handle.
Use with an air compressor.
High Production (Pressure Feed)
Faster than siphon-feed blasting units, portable pressure-feed units also use less compressed air and give the operator more control at high and low pressures.
Use these cabinets with glass, aluminum oxide, corn cob, walnut shells, and plastic abrasive media. Not recommended for use with soda.
General Purpose (Siphon Feed)
Also known as suction blasting cabinets, siphon-feed blasting units are an alternative to pressure-feed units and have a simpler design that requires less maintenance. Siphon systems offer similar finishes to pressure-feed systems but with slower production rates.
Use these siphon-blasting cabinets with abrasive media including glass bead, aluminum oxide, plastic grit, and walnut shells. Not recommended for use with soda.
Get all the benefits of portable pressure-feed blasting units for soda blasting applications. Soda is water soluble and will etch, finish, clean, or remove rust and paint without damaging soft and medium-strength materials, such as wood, plastic, and aluminum.
Siphon Gun Kits
With these kits, an operator can create a basic blaster with the pickup tube inserted directly into a media container.
Spot & Small Job Blasters
For quick blasting of small areas, choose these small and portable handheld siphon blasters.
Combination Vacuum & Siphon Blaster
A siphon-feed blasting unit and vacuum in one, these portable units reclaim media as it is blasted, reducing media waste by as much as 90% compared to non-vacuum units and maintaining a cleaner work space. Held close to the workpiece, the pressure used to expel the media also causes it to be vacuumed back into the machine in one operation.
Use these cabinets with glass bead, aluminum oxide, steel grit, corn cob, and silicon carbide abrasive media. Not recommended for use with soda.