White Aluminum Oxide Blast Media

White Aluminum Oxide Abrasive Media Overview

White aluminum oxide blast media is one of the most popular blast media used in abrasive blast cabinets today.  Widely used as a cutting media.  As a result, it can produce an anchor pattern in preparation for re-coating.  Above all else, it removes heavy foreign matter, is used for deburring, and easily etches glass.  It can also be used for lettering stone.  Finally, it is extremely fast.  And, it can be reused several times before discarding.  White aluminum oxide blast media is also available in a variety of sizes.

We offer our white aluminum oxide blast media in 50 US pound boxes.  When you are ready to order click the image.  With just your shipping address we provide a quote on any size order.

White Aluminum Oxide Blast Media For Sale

We offer the following grit sizes:

  • 240 grit

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White Aluminum Oxide Media – Quick Summary

  • Perhaps the most popular abrasive media available today.
  • Extremely “sharp” and is a longer lasting blast abrasive
  • Always follow all recommended safety precautions and adhere to all warnings
  • Higher purity than brown aluminum oxide abrasive media

Health and Safety WARNING

White Aluminum Oxide Blast Media Safety

Throughout our site we use the term sandblasting or some variation. We use the word “sand” because it is a familiar term to our customers. However, the word sandblasting is as old as the industry itself, and refers to the sand used decades ago.  Most importantly, there are many dangers with actual sand in blasting.  Too many in fact to list.  Above all, we advise against using ANY SAND in your cabinet or blasting process – ever.  Read more about why we take this approach.


Material SDS

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NEVER use silica sand or any silica based media in ANY blast cabinet.  We offer a broad variety of abrasive blast media specific for your project. Exposure to this silica is known to causes severe and often fatal damage to lung tissue. Therefore, DO NOT ever use silica sand in abrasive blast equipment. Again, we simply DO NOT recommend using sand in a “sandblasting” cabinet – there are too many safer alternatives.