To find the right blast cabinet for you consider the following (or scroll down to view our selection):

The size sandblast cabinet you need:

Here is a list of our sandblast cabinet sizes by model type.  You will typically want to consider your largest potential product need and give extra room for working:

Cabinet

Width

Depth

Height

BNP 220 (Suction & Pressure)

30″

38″

80.5″

BNP 250 Wetblast

36″

35″

37″

BNP 260 Wetblast

50″

39″

43″

BNP 55

42″

23″ 

30″

BNP 6012

58″

58.5″

53″

BNP 7212

69″

70.5″

63″

BNP 65

36″

35″

37″

BNP Double 220

103″

39″

43″

BNP Double 65 (suction & pressure)

73″

35″

37″

INEX Budget Cabinet with Dust Collector

45.625″

27.75″

28″

Shopmate Budget Cabinet

48″

26″

26″

Medipulse

42″

23″

30″

Pulsar 55E

42″

23″

30″

Pulsar III (pressure, suction)

36″

35″

37″

Pulsar VI (pressure, suction

50″

39″

43″

Choose a Suction or Pressure blast cabinet – Pressure can handle heavy steel medias and provides the highest production potential but is more expensive.  Suction can handle most blast medias with the exception of steel blast media.

Dust Collection – For light dust applications a 300 CFM collector can help.  For moderate dust needs 600 CFM is a good choice.  If using a sandblast cabinet for heavy production you will typically need higher CFM like 900 or more.

Maximize Floor Space  – If you want the dust collector and the cabinet all in one which makes the unit more compact the Pulsar III and VI are all in one

Wet or Dry – Wet blast cabinets are typically used for polishing and do not leave profiles on a part.  If you need to clean off paint, debur, or profile you typically need a dry blast cabinet

 

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