dust collectors for blast cabinet

Choosing a Dust Collector for Your Blast Cabinet

We look at the factors you should consider when choosing a dust collector for your blast cabinet, including CFM, amount of usage, size of cabinet, and type of media.

Aluminum Wheel Rim about to be sandblasted

Sandblasting Aluminum Wheels (and other Surfaces)

There are many reasons you may want to sandblast aluminum wheels. Some of you may want to remove the factory paint or primer. Perhaps you wish to remove corrosion or grime. Maybe you are going to re-paint or powder coat the wheels. You may even want to get down to the plain metal surface and […]

How to Add Media in the RB3630S Slurry Blast Cabinet

Here are instructions for adding abrasive blast media to our slurry blast cabinet, the RB3630S. These instructions also work for the larger RB4836S.

What Is Soda Blasting?

We look at the definition of soda blasting, where it came from, the difference between soda blasting and regular sandblasting, costs of soda blasting.

Built for Commercial Use

Engineered for the industrial market as well as the hobbyist who desires a high quality blasting cabinet, a Raptor Blaster will greatly enhance any production facility, shop, garage, or business. Raptor Blaster sandblasting cabinets are built for durability, even under heavy use.

Made In The USA Quality

Built for heavy-duty use, our media blasting equipment and bead blasting accessories are manufactured in the USA, using the highest standards. The Raptor Blaster brand means solid construction, high performance, and consistent results over time.

Become a Distributor

If you are interested in becoming a distributor of Raptor Blaster sandblasting cabinets, please feel free to contact us and we will provide you all the details to get started.

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