Sandblasting Safety Equipment

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Abrasive blasting operations have the potential to create certain health hazards. They often facilitate high noise levels and produce copious amounts of dust. Underlying substrates and coatings are potential sources of dangerous substances, such as lead paint or silica. These materials can create a dangerous operating environment and employers have a responsibility to protect workers from such toxic substances. Our products can help you to conduct sandblasting operations safely.

Kleen Blast Safety Products

Kleen Blast takes workplace safety seriously. We offer a wide array of dependable safety equipment to facilitate safe operations. Our extensive catalog includes the following safety products:

  • CLEMCO Operator Safety Equipment
    • Respirator Systems
    • Air Pumps
    • Carbon Monoxide Alarms
    • Blast Suits & Gloves
  • Bullard Respiratory Protection
    • Respirator Systems
    • Accessories
  • NOVA Operator Safety Equipment
    • Air Quality Management Equipment
    • Hoods, Capes, And Bibs
    • Lenses
    • Breathing Air Supply Hose
    • Lightweight Blast Suits
    • Respirators

Safety First

Sandblasting is an effective tool, but it comes with certain risks. Fortunately, these risks can be easily mitigated with appropriate personal protective equipment, proper maintenance, and safe operating practices.
At Kleen Blast Abrasives, we are committed to meeting our customers’ abrasive blasting needs. We offer excellent quality in all our abrasives, sandblasting supplies, and other equipment. Our Kleen Blast brand grit is carefully manufactured to be free of dust and silica. We are proud to say that our grit is environmentally safe, while still being an economical and fast cutting choice.

Whatever the scope of your resurfacing project, Kleen Blast is here to support your work. Our goal is to help you find all the information you’re looking for, as well as the equipment and materials you need to safely get the job done right. If you have any unanswered questions, please give us a call at 1-800-553-3625 or contact us online.

Worker Training and Hazard Communication

Creating a safe abrasive blasting environment begins with disseminating information.

Training and Support
Workers must be educated about the associated health and safety hazards of abrasive blasting materials. They also should receive training on safe work practices and how to properly use the blasting equipment. Comprehensive training should also cover personal protective equipment and respirators.

Safety Data Sheets
Manufacturers must provide information that defines the health hazards posed by their blasting materials. Safety data sheets (SDS) are mandated under OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). When using abrasive blasting material, be sure to read the manufacturer’s SDS to be fully informed about the health hazards that are associated with it.