Sandblasters, sand blasting equipments

How to Compare Sandblasting Cabinets?

Sandblasting cabinets are pieces of machinery designed to clean small parts, like the kind found in a machine shop or garage. If you're in the market for a new sandblasting cabinet, compare multiple models and weigh their features against your needs to find the appropriate unit. There's no sense in wasting money on a sandblasting cabinet if you end up buying a unit that ultimately isn't going to work the way you need it to
1. Find out what's required to run a particular sandblasting cabinet. Certain sandblasting cabinets come with a compatible air compressor system built in, requiring no additional parts to run. Others require you to purchase and attach your own air compressor to the unit during operation. Each unit has a different air compressor requirement (typically a minimum cubic feet per minute and pounds per square inch rating) based on the cabinet's size, so an air compressor you already own may not necessarily work with your sandblasting cabinet.
2. Examine the physical dimensions of the "work area" of your sandblasting cabinet. The dimensions of the cabinet itself don't matter as much as the work area, which is the area on the inside of the unit where you will actually be working with various types of tools. Ensure these specifications match your current needs before deciding on any one unit.
3. Compare the price of a sandblasting cabinet. The price for a sandblasting cabinet varies based on what a specific unit is designed to do. A unit designed for only occasional use could cost as little as $200, while a unit designed for multiple hours of use a day, every day, could go for $1,000 or more. A sandblasting cabinet is an investment, so compare your budget with the price of the machine to ensure you find one that suits your needs.
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