The Precision Etch sandblasting cabinet is a clean, quiet, well-designed micro siphon unit ideal for applications requiring small parts and high production volumes. It is one of three abrasive blasting cabinets designed specifically for proper control and flow of smaller amounts of abrasive (measured in pounds per minute) using all the right abrasive delivery controls.
What Are Micro Industrial Sandblasters?
These sandblasting cabinets come with large negative pressure dust collectors for clean operation in small spaces and are capable of recycling very fine abrasive. The dust collector has a blower silencer that includes cartridge dust filtration and easy one-button reverse pulse dust collector cleaning. Media Blast has designed these machines to be ergonomically correct to ensure comfortable daily operation.
4 Reasons to Love the Precision Etch Sandblast Cabinet
- Micro siphon blast machines are not typically one-size-fits-all, but this sandblasting cabinet is an exception to that rule.
- It’s designed to operate daily and process industrial-level volumes.
- The Precision Etch has a small footprint designed for operation on a 120-volt power source.
- It’s patented separator reclaimer and the Class III blower keeps even the smallest 50-micron abrasive aerated and flowing.
To Sum It Up
The Precision Etch sandblasting cabinet is one of the cleanest micro siphon machines available in the market today. Its unique, patented design keeps even the smallest 50-micron abrasive aerated and flowing.
Many people know what a pencil blaster is because they use them. What you may not realize is that pencil blasters do not recycle abrasive or use 50-micron abrasive size, and because many only flow a maximum of 4 pounds per hour, they are slow. The PrecisionEtch and Precision Blast pressure models use higher pounds delivery than pencil blasters, clean faster and also recycle and reuse the 50-micron media. Think about this when you look at your abrasive bill costing $2.00 per pound that never gets recycled in a pencil blaster.
Media Blast & Abrasive has been manufacturing sandblasting cabinets since the 1970s. We make more than 50 models totaling 180 individual cabinets with some models available in as many as 13 different sizes. In addition to a comprehensive list of included features, we offer more than 80 optional features for increased productivity, durability, and operator safety. If you’re not sure whether the Precision Etch cabinet is the right fit for your needs, give us a call or visit our Buying Guide.