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Blast Rooms 

Blast Rooms

Bucket Elevators

Dust Extraction

Vacuum Recovery


Abrasive blasting involves propelling materials against a surface at force – usually to soften rough surfaces, roughen smooth surfaces, shape a surface or remove contaminants, such as rust or old paint.

Abrasive blast rooms (otherwise known as blast booths) are large chambers that are designed for the safe storage of abrasive blast pots. They can also be used to collect and recycle leftover media from blasting processes.

As standard, a blast booth consists of an enclosure that prevents fine particles from entering the atmosphere. It has a system to reclaim abrasive material, too – moving it to a recovery system that separates dust so it can be reused again and again.

To find out more about the blast rooms we supply and how they can benefit your business, please feel free to contact the team at Surface Finishing Equipment Group (SFEG).

A choice of blast rooms

SFEG is the UK’s leading supplier of surface finishing equipment – including blast rooms for various industrial applications.

Whether you need to remove paint, rust, sand or scale from surfaces or create a matte cosmetic finish, we’re confident that you’ll find the apparatus you need to complete tasks quickly, safely and to a high standard.

Ranging from small shipping container-type rooms to medium rooms with corrugated steel panels and larger booths with interlocking panels, our abrasive blast rooms are available in a choice of sizes. And best of all? They can be tailored to your bespoke requirements, allowing you to complete applications wherever you choose while recovering and recycling abrasive material at the same time.

Bucket elevators can also be incorporated into the design of a blast room. These are typically used for heavy-duty grit recovery – removing up to 8 tonnes per hour and returning the clean media to the blast pot, ready to be reused.

For small to medium-sized blast rooms, it’s worth considering a vacuum abrasive recovery system (ARS) instead of a bucket elevator. These typically recover reusable abrasives (i.e. steel grit, aluminium oxide, glass bead, etc.) and, in turn, help to keep operational costs to a minimum. Air-driven, a decent ARS can use the supply for the blast pot to power the recovery system once blasting is complete.

Also included within our collection of blast rooms are dust extraction units which can handle even the most arduous of conditions. Investing in one of these units for your blasting booth will ensure clear visibility for the operator – allowing them to work safely and achieve a top-quality surface finish. They also come with dust collection bins attached at the base, helping to keep your facilities clean, safe and presentable.

Order a blast room today

Be sure to browse our online range of blast rooms and blasting equipment in full – clicking through to learn more about our products’ key features and specifications.

If you have any questions about blast booths or you’re unsure which pieces of apparatus will be most beneficial for your business, you’re more than welcome to get in touch.

We’re always on hand to help and would love to hear from you.

Either give us a call on 0161 480 8087 or drop us an email at sales@sfeg.co.uk, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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