Sand Blasting Machine – Made in USA & Fully Assembled
The 4826 is one of the best sandblasting machines for sale today! First, we construct the cabinet from 16 gauge welded steel. Welds are superior to bolts because they won’t leak. Second, we ship our 4826 sand blasting machine fully assembled. It arrives, you unbox, connect air, add media, and get to work. Next, welded steel is extremely sturdy. We weld the cabinet legs directly to the cabinet. We manufacture the legs from 1/8″ thick, 2″ x 2″ angle iron. Many cheaper competitive sandblast machines arrive with “assembly required”. As a result, you get dozens of bolts for legs, tops and doors and spend time assembling and sealing leaks. Our machines contain the media inside the cabinet.
Sandblasting Machine Features
Included is a spring assist system making the full top open lid a breeze to open and close. Next, a safety valve comes installed that shuts off air when the lid is open. Also, the 4826 blast cabinet comes standard with a trigger operated sandblast gun and ceramic nozzle. If you prefer a foot pedal operated system, we can easily upgrade the blast cabinet for you. Wonder what system is best for you? Read our short post about sandblasting guns here.
Sand Blasting Machine Chamber
The 4826 sandblasting machine has plenty of room for parts. Whether you are blasting small to large pieces. You access the large chamber via the large full top opening. Once inside, the interior is 48″ wide, 26″ high, and 26″ deep (front to back). Why a full opening lid? First, with a full opening top, you do not have to lift parts as far off the ground. Additionally, a large convenient side door on the right side provides easy access to the chamber.
The side door is located on the right side of the cabinet. The side door is constructed of the same steel as the blast cabinet. This means it will close tight, will not bend or bow, and will not leak. It is reinforced as well to provide a confident close and seal every time. A side door is convenient when loading parts or making adjustments to parts already inside the chamber. The overall size and flexible openings on sandblasting cabinet make it a great addition to the home shop or commercial enterprise.
Additional Machine Features
The 4826 sandblasting machine features overside glove openings for your hands and arms. First, our openings are oval shape. As a result, these give the user the ability to move their arms during blasting. Next, access through the ports is provided by comfortable rubber sandblast gloves that protect your hands. In addition, with the long gloves you easily reach around inside the sandblasting cabinet without opening the lid.
The cabinet includes a light, a receptacle and on/off switch. This switch controls the light and additional receptacle. We provide this receptacle for the included sandblast dust collector. Therefore, you control the entire sandblasting cabinet with one easy on/off switch location on the cabinet. Finally, the easy open lid interacts with an air cut off safety valve. Consequently, if the lid is open, the valve cuts the air to the sandblast gun, thus reducing the risk of user injury.
Sand blasting Machine Dust Collector
The 4826 sandblaster includes our powerful DC-1500 sandblast dust collector. The DC-1500 produces a powerful 90 CFM and works to keep visibility clear inside the blast cabinet. Certainly, better visibility means that you keep your eyes on the work instead of a media cloud. The DC-1500 includes a set of filters designed to prolong the life of the motor. It is easily cleaned when the time comes for doing so.
Flexible Abrasive Media Choices
This sand blasting machine handles 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 silica sand or any sand in a sandblaster cabinet. Read about the dangers of using sand in an abrasive blasting cabinet here: Sandblasting Safety
WARNING: California’s proposition 65 requires that we indicate that our cabinets are constructed from steel. Proposition 65 indicates 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