Pellets LLC offers various makes and models of abrasive blast cabinets that offer a controlled blasting environment where media can be effectively reused. Pellets LLC blast cleaning cabinets come with four components as part of a closed-loop system (the containment system, blasting system, recycling system and dust collection system).
For Controlled Blasting Environments
The premium blast cabinet models we distribute are specially designed for the removal of corrosion, mill scale and coatings from surfaces. We also distribute wet blast cabinets and parts washing machines/cabinets.
If you are looking for a blast cabinet that can easily remove contamination, produce uniform surfaces and more, Pellets LLC has what you need.
PULSAR Blast Cabinets:
Pulsar blast cabinets are engineered to provide simple maintenance, ease of use and reliable, consistent results that help you and your team get more jobs done on time and on budget. The cabinets have seventeen ergonomic and state-of-the-art features that boost productivity. Choose from six Pulsar Plus models in pressure and suction systems.
BNP Blast Cabinets:
BNP blast cabinets deliver efficient, affordable media blasting to clean, peen, deburr, or finish parts. The BNP is offered in both pressure and suction systems. For tough cleaning jobs, pressure blasting delivers higher abrasive velocity for greater impact intensity, compared to suction blasting, and can increase your production rate by as much as 300%.
BNP Tumble Cabinets:
For high-production blasting on heavy parts and large batches up to 800 lbs. The standard tumble belt cabinet includes up to six ZERO automatic blast guns that can be positioned to suit the part load. An optional pressure blast system can dramatically reduce cleaning times or increase peening intensities.
Wetblast cabinets reduce operator exposure to dust, produce a smooth surface and bright shine, and do not create static electricity common in dry blast operations. 14-gauge stainless-steel cabinets and gratings inhibit rust.
Aerolyte Systems Nonaggressive-Media Blast Cabinets
Aerolyte Systems pioneered the technology to use plastic media for dry stripping military aircraft in the early 1980s. Since then, Aerolyte Systems has leveraged this technology to build blast cabinets that use other non aggressive media, such as sodium bicarbonate, stone powder, corn cob, and other media.
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