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Vacuum Blower Tips

Vacuum Blower Tips to Keep In Mind Before You Buy

Thanks to these vacuum blower tips, buying a vacuum blower operated dust collector doesn’t have to be another “you get what you pay for” life lesson. Instead of assuming more horsepower and cfm are always better, an educated buyer understands the engineering behind the four common classes of blowers. If you need a quick refresher … Continue reading Vacuum Blower Tips to Keep In Mind Before You Buy

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5 Common Blast Cabinet Dust Collector Problems

Almost all problems with any dust collector attached to an existing blasting cabinet are related to one of a few conditions being listed below. Most people buy these machines based on budget and not the machine’s application. This is a mistake. First, an abrasive blasting cabinet’s use can, and probably will, change over time due to … Continue reading 5 Common Blast Cabinet Dust Collector Problems

Dust Collector Maintenance

Dust Collector Maintenance

Most abrasive cabinet upkeep is related to the dust collector maintenance. The dust collector, a critical component of the machine, stores the dust and spent abrasive as well as the material being removed from the part. Purchasing a dust collector that cannot scale with the production model is one of the biggest pain points customers … Continue reading Dust Collector Maintenance

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Our Dust Collector Cleans Up Against Shop Vacuums

Customers ask us far too often why they should buy a vacuum dust collector from us rather than a shop vacuum from their local hardware store. Even though they aren’t drastically different in price, Media Blast’s vacuum dust collectors make a huge difference in machine function and how clean your workspace is when operating a smaller … Continue reading Our Dust Collector Cleans Up Against Shop Vacuums

Reverse Pulse Dust Collector

10 Reasons You Want a Reverse Pulse Dust Collector

Many applications today need an advanced design dust collector to move the collected dust off the filter and/or to be able to store the dust created by a large size gun(s) in a cost effective blasting speed. These circumstances often require a dust collector that is larger than the blasting cabinet itself, creating a need … Continue reading 10 Reasons You Want a Reverse Pulse Dust Collector