Abrasive Blasting Dust Collection
Sand, Silica, Nickel, Coal, Glass... Reduce the Risk of Abrasive Blasting Dust Exposure
Abrasive blasting operators understand dust and live with it every day. They know how it's made and the importance of mitigating it. Your abrasive-blasting dust can vary depending on what kind of equipment you're using, your containment system and the media you're using for cleaning and prepping parts. Dangers can come not only from the blasting media but from the underlying substrate and coatings being blasted.
Every operation is different, and there are many options for dust collection. As domestic manufacturing picks up, RoboVent is eager to meet the demands of abrasive-blasting operations. We have decades of experience solving dust challenges that involve every type of dust at every volume. Controlling this dust is critical for ensuring workers' health and complying with air quality regulations.