Econoline Abrasive Products is the leader in sandblasting equipment, abrasive blast equipment, blast cabinets, and sandblast dust collectors to individuals and industry throughout the world. For over 30 years, Econoline has been the preeminent supplier of dependable, well built sandblast equipment at reasonable prices. Every product design includes emphasis on safety and user convenience. As a top rated service provider, we can meet your most challenging requirements. If you have questions about our abrasive blasting equipment products, please contact us. We look forward to working with you!
Abrasive blasting is valuable as an efficient, high quality method of surface penetration. Blasting is also used for other purposes beyond surface preparation, such as removing microscopic machining burrs from engine parts, etching glass, carving of names and designs in wood and stone or surface hardening of manufactured parts.
Abrasive blasting is valuable as an efficient, high quality method of surface penetration. No other method of metal cleaning allows better control of the surface preparation or cleans the surface as thoroughly. By beginning with a screened abrasive, you control and obtain a consistent profile on the targeted surface. This clean, etched surface aids in adhesion and allows the coating to lock onto the surface.
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Econolines dust collector system is designed for theremoval of dust and dirt particles created while blastingwithin a cabinet. In operation, the collector draws dustand dirty air from the cabinet into the canister, wherethe heavier particles are deposited into the bottom ofthe housing. The air is drawn through the filter, whichremoves the finer dust particles. Filtered air is returned tothe room.
The dust collector you choose should match thework that youre doing at your facility.Keep in mind that blast cleaning is by its very nature a dusty process, and the primary function of thedust collector is to maintain visibility while blasting byexchanging the air in the cabinet. To maintain this level ofvisibility, a dust collector should provide 6 to 8 air changesper minute.
Primary considerations in choosing the right dustcollector include noise, usage at a time and over time,cost, maintenance, filtration, and operating area (howlarge, how clean, how humid and what sort of ventilationis available).
For high volume production work, we recommend theuse of a reclaim system. The Econoline abrasive reclaimsystem provides the removal of dust and dirt like a dustcollector while also centrifugally separating broken downblast media, dust and foreign material from usable blastmedia, utilizing a direct drive pressure blower. This allowsfor less media waste and for prolonged media life. Reclaim systems require the addition of a pickup tube to thecabinet hopper.