We often build and install the large blast cabinet for contract blasting companies, for manufacturers of our own product or for suppliers in large machine construction. Think of blasting cabinets for the preservation of large or many different constructions. Blast cabinets are also ideal for the glass beading of all kinds of stainless steel products and constructions. The most eye-catching part is the sandwich panel casing of the blast cabinet. The pipework of the dust extraction is often also clearly visible. A normal size blast cabinet is 4 meters wide, 4 meters high and 8 meters deep. The price of the smallest “walk-in” blast cabinet starts at around 40,000 Euro and goes as high as one million Euro. Look here for the largest blasting cabinets we have ever made.
This is the place where you can learn how a blast cabinet works and how the abrasive makes its way through the machine. First of all, blasting media is thrown from the bags into the silo. It ends up directly in the pressure blasting pot, after which it is pressurized. After opening the tap, the abrasive is mixed with compressed air and flies at high speed through the hose and onto the product. This is where the blast cabinet and its components prove their worth.
During blasting, the abrasive falls to the ground through the grids and into the cabin floor, where the floor transport system ensures that it reaches the elevator. From there, the abrasive is raised into trays and poured into the silo, after it has been separated from dust in the cleaner. From there, the filtered agent is fed back into the blasting cabinet.