Wet Blasting System Machines
Wetblast4Less offers wet blasting systems and wetblasting machines that are perfect for getting your machine parts looking brand new! We use vapor honing technologies, commonly referred to as vapor hone, that are unrivaled in the market. We currently offer two machines, the RB4836S, and the RB3630S. Both are heavy duty industrial wet blast cabinets that have a 100 percent laser cut and hand welded 12 gauge steel construction with complete interior polyurea lining. The wetblast or slurry pump systems deliver a mix of media and water to the blast gun where compressed air is introduced to accelerate the media. This process creates a very clean surface much like the high impact of conventional dry blasting but with a more delicate finish. All systems come with a two year warranty. If you are interested or want to learn more about our wet blasting machines for sale, please contact Lamar at 847-445-8589 or e-mail at email@example.com
RB4836 – STAINLESS STEEL
The RB4836 is the ultimate abrasive media blast cabinet for blasting medium to large sized objects. The high quality siphon system blasting gun is one of the most efficient guns on the market, making the RB4836 second to none when it comes to performance. Visibility is maximized by utilizing 2 very bright 20 watt LED lamps in combination with the sturdy 100 CFM BP style dust collector. This combination keeps dust to a minimum which allows the operator a clear view of objects in the media blast cabinet.
Dual side doors make this media blast cabinet easy to use.
All Raptor Blaster Cabinets are laser cut and hand welded in the USA. No Seams, No Rivets. All the blast media will stay contained in the media blast cabinet during operation.
Slurry Wet Blast Cabinet (RB3630S)
The RB3630S is a heavy duty, industrial-use wet blast cabinet. Like all our sandblasting cabinets, our slurry blast cabinets are 100% laser cut and hand welded. Constructed with 12 gauge steel, the RB3630S Slurry Wet Blast Cabinet has an interior completely lined with a durable Polyurea coating.
The wet blast system in this cabinet, (often referred to as a slurry pump system), delivers a mix of blast media and water to the blast gun. There, compressed air is introduced to accelerate the abrasive media to the blasted surface.
This process creates a very clean surface, much like the high impact of conventional dry blasting processes, but with a more delicate finish.