Abrasive Blasting

What is Vapor Blasting?

Vapor blasting is also commonly known as wet blasting, liquid honing, vapor honing, dustless blasting, or slurry blasting. Wet blasting (vapor blasting) is a process for removing contaminants from a surface, or finishing a surface using pressurized water and abrasive blast media. If the abrasive media is mixed with water and pressurized in a pressure […]

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 […]

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.

Sandblasting and Silicosis

Answers to your questions about sandblasting and silicosis. What is silicosis? Who is at risk? What safety measures should you take while sandblasting?

Built for Industrial Use

Engineered for the industrial market, and anyone who desires a long-lasting, high-quality blasting cabinet. Raptor Blaster cabinets are built to improve productivity in facilities, shops, and garages where time is valuable. Our 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.

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