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Wet Blasters

The first cabinets were manufactured to use wet media, and when dry cabinets entered the market, they almost totally replaced wet cabinet blasting. Today, more and more applications require wet blasting due to its elimination of the frictional heat that can damage delicate parts. A few wet blasting applications include critical plating, chemically clean part surface, no abrasive impregnation into the part surface, and aircraft part cleaning with the least surface removal.
  • Hurricane Wet Blaster

    sandblasting cabinet
    The Hurricane Wet Blast Machine uses a seal-less slurry pump to agitate the abrasive and water into a slurry mixture. This design produces the highest percentage of abrasive to water, outperforming designs using air agitation. The slurry mixture is pumped directly to the abrasive blast gun where compressed air pressure accelerates the mixture to the desired pressure rating. The Hurricane Exhaust Blower and low-velocity scrubber/filter maintains a negative cabinet pressure that prevents the ...

    Features

    • 100% welded 12- and 14-gauge Stainless Steel cabinet construction
    • Bolt-on machine hopper, replaceable
    • Drip resistant door construction
    • Lockable refrigerator door handle
    • Cabinet lighting