Direct Pressure Blast Pot Sandblaster
A pressure pot sandblaster is a more efficient means of removing surface debris than traditional siphon sandblasting methods. Combining a powerful air stream and media, a pressure pot sandblaster makes quick work of nearly any project. Cyclone pressure pot sandblasters are designed around the user, are high quality, and affordable.
Cyclone | Made in the USA | Fully Assembled
First and foremost it is made in the USA. It is affordable without sacrificing features or quality. Additionally, it is fully assembled and ready to go out of the box. Next, whenever you are using a sandblaster safety must come first. Our pressure pot tanks are ASME certified. Safety is always on our mind and it should be on yours too. Large solid wheels and a solid handle make this unit very easy to move. But more importantly, we include a 10′ length of sandblasting hose that gives you more reach and fewer moves. Finally, the PT-100 high pressure sandblaster has a 100 pound media capacity. As a result you can fill it and work for extended periods of time.
Portable Sand Blaster?
Any sandblaster requires an air supply, so be careful when searching for a “portable sand blaster”. We label our pressure pot sandblaster portable because it is easy to roll and has a long sandblast hose. You will still need to supply any portable unit with air.
Pressure vs. Gravity Blasters
A pressure blaster is vastly different from a gravity fed abrasive blaster. A pressure sandblaster is given a supply of air. Then, when you are ready, the user is able to open a blasting valve. After opening the valve, the powerful stream of abrasives hits the target. Once in contact, the abrasives make quick work. Higher pressure means higher velocity and faster cleaning, in most circumstances.
Flexible Abrasive Media Choices
This pressure pot sandblaster can handle abrasives like white or brown aluminum oxide, glass beads, silicon carbide, or blasting garnet. We supply a full catalog of abrasive media. We do not recommend steel shot and under no circumstances should you ever use sand in an abrasive cabinet. Read more here to learn about the dangers of using sand in an abrasive blasting cabinet. Sandblasting Safety
WARNING: This cabinet is constructed from steel. In accordance with proposition 65 we are complying by indicating that steel has been known to contain Nickel. Nickel is a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov