Abrasive Blast Equipment

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Abrasive blasting equipment relies on compressed air to propel blast media against the surfaces of various parts and components. This process removes paint, contaminants, and other imperfections from a component’s surface. The size of the target items and their portability requirements are largely responsible for determining the size, form factor, and operation of the blasting system.

One method of abrasive blasting is dry stripping, which can remove surface coatings completely. This is especially beneficial to those looking to eliminate the hazards of chemical use—not to mention the costly cleanup and well-documented dangers it poses to both the environment and mankind. Other practical advantages of dry stripping, in addition to safety concerns, prompted an outright ban on the use of chemical stripping in the aircraft depainting industry in 1998.


Brands We Carry

We supply a variety of brands of abrasive blast equipment. Whether you’re looking for 0.5 CUFT machines for small jobs or you need a 160 CUFT powerhouse, Kleen Blast offers our clients the proper tools needed to get the job done correctly.

Kleen Blast is proud to stock the following brands of abrasive blast equipment:



  • 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, and 20 CUFT classic blast machines
  • 60, 120, and 160 CUFT bulk blast machines
  • 2, 4, 6 CUFT contactor blast machines
  • Soft King
  • Shop-Mate suction blast cabinet


  • 1.5, 3.5, 6.5, 10, and 20 CUFT blast pots
  • Amphiblast single outlet
  • Amphiblast dual outlet



  • Deliquescent dryers



Abrasive blast equipment is critical to numerous applications in a variety of industries. The equipment we provide is regularly used in instances requiring:

  • Removal of protective coatings, polyurea, and mill scale
  • Concrete repair
  • Concrete restoration
  • Rebar corrosion removal
  • Removal of graffiti, rust, and efflorescence
  • Mold remediation
  • Steel surface preparation
  • Concrete surface preparation
  • Removal of smoke and soot damage

Those in the aircraft depainting industry, in particular, rely heavily on abrasive blast equipment to ensure the thorough removal of hazardous chemicals from aircraft. As much as 20,000 gallons of liquid hazardous waste can be removed from each aircraft stripped—and without the abrasive blasting process, industry professionals would still need to rely on harsh, outdated, and dangerous chemicals to complete the same job.

At Kleen Blast, we have a steadfast commitment to providing customers with quality abrasives, sandblasting equipment, and supplies. Our in-house brand grit is dust- and silica-free, fast-cutting, economical, and environmentally safe. We aim to be a one-stop shop for everything you need to plan your resurfacing project and source the materials and equipment necessary to get the job done right.

Can’t find what you’re looking for or have more questions about our offerings? Call us now to speak to a representative. Our knowledgeable team will answer any questions and concerns you may have.