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The Complete Guide to Dry Blasting

You can quickly and efficiently clean a wide range of components with dry blasting equipment. There are a variety of industries that can benefit from dry blast cleaning, from removing paints and surface coatings to preparing and finishing surfaces.

Dry blasting machines from duoblast

You can rely on to provide you with the right dry blasting cabinet as we are at the forefront of the industry. We manufacture three different types of dry blast cleaning options, the Jetblast, the Jetair, and one of our very first models, the Fox. We offer a wide range of dry blast machines that are affordable and available to everyone. 

Jetair machines are top of the line and are available in four standard sizes: VM30, VM36, VM42 and VM55. During operation, you can see clearly into the machine itself thanks to the large window. The high-performance dust collection system and bright LED lights maximize visibility during use.

The Jetblast is an airless, automatic machine we also provide. A revolving impeller blade directs the abrasive media upward at a high speed, which then comes into contact with the tumbling component. 

A variety of Fox models are available in budget-friendly price points, including the 50, 25 and Bench Top 10 models. Dry blast cabinets can be used in a wide range of industries because they are compact and economical.

The Advantages

Some components can be brought back to life with dry blasting. Due to the fact that there is no water involved with this process, it is ideal for materials that should not be wet. Its high abrasive nature allows it to easily remove stubborn paint, heavy rust, and surface coatings.

●    Quick, clean and efficient results

●    Removing the media’s impact

●    Does not corrode metals

The Process

We offer two ways to use our Jetairs, suction feeding and pressure feeding. 

It is a method which uses compressed air to create a “venturi” effect that draws blast media from the hopper of the cabinet and propels it to the blast gun where it is sprayed onto the surface of the components being treated. As a result, metal components are prepared prior to the application of paint or rubber coatings.

The pressure feed method, however, uses tanks that are pressurised when your foot hits the pedal. The media is then forced up to the blast gun as a result. When used correctly, pressure machines clean four to five times faster than suction machines.

Suitable Applications

When components require high speed, force, and control blasting, dry blasting is an ideal solution. It results in a good consistency finish when using popular abrasives like glass beads or aluminium oxide. The device can be used for the following purposes:

●    Painting, rusting, scaling, and carbonating removal

●    Surface preparation

●    Deburring and peening

●    Cleaning, retexturing, and deflashing plastic moulds

●    Engraving, etching, and decorating glass

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