Airblast AFC offers a range of abrasive blast cabinets including a pressure blast cabinet, a suction blast cabinet and a wheel blast cabinet along with specialized blast cabinets with a range of unique features for your blasting comfort.
Ergotech Blast Cabinets by Airblast AFC are designed along three separate principles; direct pressure, indirect pressure and suction, ensuring that whatever your specific requirement we have a blast cabinet that is right for it. All three are rugged and reliable, and may be easily retrofitted from one format to another, allowing our blast cabinets to be modified to accommodate your changing requirements.
Direct Suction Blasting Cabinet
The Ergotech 850 Suction Blasting Cabinet is suitable for low pressure and/or intermittent use. A suction blasting cabinet works by pulling media onto an air stream, delivering it to the gun. These cabinets are suited to many applications and often require relatively less air to operate.
Direct Pressure Blast Cabinet
The Ergotech 850 Direct Pressure Cabinet (pictured with a 7.5 liter blast pot, but also available with 30 liter pot) is especially suited for the most demanding production application. The larger 30 liter pressure vessel allows for longer periods of blast between refills of media from the blast cabinet hopper.
Wheel Blast Cabinet
These purpose built cabinets offer quick preparation of wheels prior to re-coating for customers in the automotive industry. Built entirely with this specific requirement in mind, the cabinet includes a variety of handling and loading devices making the processing of heavier wheels virtually effortless.
Specialized Blast Cabinet
Airblast AFC has great experience in designing special custom blast cabinets to meet the specific requirements of our customers. Fully or partly automated or simply sized to fit into the space available, we have built many successful custom blast cabinets. For example, we have manufactured blast cabinets used to process jeans to obtain a distressed look by shot blasting the jeans with garment. While one pair of jeans is being processed, the "loader" prepares the next pair at the rear of the machine, making it ready to be spun to the blaster.