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Blast Room System

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Abrasive blast rooms are a safe and effective way to prepare your metal for finishing. By using an abrasive blast room, your business can save time, money, and the environment by recovering and recycling abrasive materials time and time again.


Abrasive blasting is used for removing mill scale, a prior coating (paint), and rust from a metal component so it can be restored or re-coated. Abrasive blasting will blends the surface for an even texture.

What is Blast Room ?


Abrasive blast rooms — or blast booths — are large chambers designated for storing abrasive blast pots, collecting abrasive leftovers, and recycling the blast abrasive. A blast room consists of an enclosure that prevents fine abrasive material from entering the outside air and a system designed to reclaim your abrasive material.


After the leftover abrasive is recovered, it is moved to a recovery system that separates dust from the leftovers so the high-quality abrasives can be reused. Through the use of an abrasive blast room, you can save money by efficiently recovering and reusing abrasive material that is still worthy of reuse.

What Abrasive Blast Equipment do I need?


A Blast Room Consists Of The Following Components:

  • Blast enclosure: Prevents abrasive material from escaping and entering the outside air.

  • Blasting system: Contains abrasive materials and pressurized air with valves that allow workers to stop and start the flow. Sandblasting booths are a popular choice.

  • Abrasive recovery system: Automatically recovers leftover abrasive from blasting and sweeps or sucks it into a dust collector.

  • Dust collector: Filters the air in the room to keep particulate matter from escaping into the outside air.

  • Recycling station: Sorts through leftover abrasive to separate the fine dust from quality high-grit abrasive that can be reused.

How do Abrasive Blast Rooms Work?


Abrasive blasting can be performed manually by using abrasive blasting hoses and nozzles specific for each project type. Mechanical abrasive blasting rigs that are operated automatically on tracks are also available.

During abrasive blasting, unfinished products can be stripped of paint, mold, and rust to create a smooth and even surface ready for finishing. As abrasive blasting is performed, the abrasive and fine particles of dust fall to the floor.


After the blasting is complete, the leftover abrasive material left on the floor is gathered by a recovery system. There are several options for recovery systems, some of which use sweepers, moving walls, air jets, or even moving floors to gather all material into a recycling system.


Upon reaching the recycling system, fine particles and dust are removed from the mixture, leaving the remaining high-quality abrasive material clean and ready to be placed back in the blasting pot.

Blasting rooms can be customized to best suit your product needs. They can be outfitted with manual blasting hoses, rail blasting systems, and various types of recovery systems. With ample options for customization, there is no one-size-fits-all blasting room.

Types of Recovery for
Blast Room System


* Enclosure including rubber lining, control panel, illumination, doors, and Air Louvers.

* Blasting Machine : Remote controlled blasting machine model KSBIPL-P7-501R & KSBIPL-P7-1001R with             operator safety wears.

* Dust Collector : Cyclone type Dust Collector, Pulse Jet type (Pleated filter) Dust Collector and Pulse Jet type     (Cartridge filter) Dust Collector.

* Recovery Systems: According to the size of the blast room, customer's need and production rate, the                    recovery system consists of enormous ranges:

  • Recessed Hopper with Bucket Elevator: Abrasive media and debris collect in a recessed hopper, which is then lifted by a bucket elevator for recycling or disposal.

  • Single Screw Recovery System: Utilizes a single screw conveyor to collect and transport abrasive media and debris for recovery.

  • H Shape Screw Conveyor Recovery System: Two screw conveyors arranged in an "H" shape collect and transport abrasive media and debris for recovery.

  • U Shape Screw Conveyor Recovery System: Similar to the H shape system, but with screw conveyors arranged in a "U" shape for efficient collection and transport.

  • Full Floor Recovery System: The entire blast room floor acts as a recovery surface, guiding abrasive media and debris towards collection points for recycling or disposal.

  • Scrapper Type Recovery System: Utilizes scrapers to collect abrasive media and debris from the floor surface, which are then transported for recycling or disposal.


* Material & Handling : Manual and Motorized work cart, fork lift, EOT etc.

Selecting Blast Room With
Dust Collector System

Blast Room With

Cyclone Dust Collector


The construction of a blast room involves sturdy walls and flooring made from materials that can withstand the abrasive impact and protect the surrounding environment from the blasting process. Often, these rooms have specialized ventilation systems to control dust, debris, and air circulation within the enclosure. The cyclone dust collector is a vital component of the blast room setup. It's designed to capture and remove airborne particles generated during the abrasive blasting process.


Cyclone collectors use centrifugal force to separate dust and particles from the air by causing them to spiral downwards due to their weight. As the air spins, the heavier particles are forced against the walls and collected at the bottom, while the cleaned air is discharged.


Combining a blast room with a cyclone dust collector is a crucial safety and efficiency measure in abrasive blasting operations. It not only enhances the working conditions for personnel but also aids in compliance with environmental and safety regulations by controlling the spread of abrasive materials and contaminants.

Blast Room With

Pulse Jet Dust Collector


Blast rooms can range from small, enclosed booths for localized work to larger rooms accommodating sizable objects like automotive parts, machinery, or even entire structures. Equipped with safety features like proper ventilation, lighting, and sometimes soundproofing to ensure a safe working environment for operators. Includes systems for handling and recycling abrasive materials, ensuring efficiency and cost-effectiveness by reusing the blasting media.


A pulse jet dust collector is a crucial component within a blast room. Its primary function is to remove airborne dust and contaminants generated during the blasting process. Utilizes a series of filters or bags that capture dust particles from the air. These filters are periodically cleaned by a high-pressure burst of air, dislodging the accumulated dust into a collection hopper for disposal or recycling.


Highly efficient in capturing fine particulates and maintaining air quality within the blast room, safeguarding both the environment and the health of workers. Requires regular maintenance to ensure proper functioning, including filter replacement, cleaning cycles, and monitoring of airflow to optimize performance. Cleaner Environment: The pulse jet dust collector significantly reduces airborne particles, creating a cleaner working environment and preventing contamination of surrounding areas.


Helps facilities comply with environmental regulations by controlling emissions and maintaining air quality standards. Minimizes exposure to harmful dust, protecting the health of operators and other personnel working in or around the blast room.

Blast Room With

Motorized trolley & Shutter Door

A blast room with a motorized trolley and a shutter door is a specialized setup used in various industries, especially in surface preparation and cleaning processes like sandblasting or shot blasting. The room is designed to contain the blasting process while allowing for easy movement of materials and equipment. The motorized trolley is typically used to move heavy objects or materials within the blast room.


It provides a convenient way to transport items to different areas for blasting or to position them optimally for the process. The shutter door serves as the entrance and exit point of the blast room. It's designed to open and close quickly, allowing for easy access for the trolley and materials while also sealing the room during the blasting operation to prevent abrasive materials from escaping.


These types of setups are crucial for efficiency and safety in industrial processes. They offer controlled environments for blasting operations, ensuring that the abrasive materials are contained and that workers are protected from the hazards associated with the process.

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