There are two types of Guyson Euroblast system, both capable of using a wide selection of blast media at alternative pressures ... pressures low enough to blast delicate parts and high enough to handle the most demanding cleaning and finishing operations.
Suction feed or venturi systems are generally selected for light-to-medium production requirements.
Designed for speed, giving faster cleaning times (up to four times faster than venturi systems) to meet higher production requirements.
Guyson International's Euroblast sand blasting cabinets
come in an extensive range of 'standard' sizes, with a variety of options
on blast guns and nozzles, turntables, cyclones and dust collectors.
The range is highly versatile, with exceptional component handling designs available to choose from.
The smallest blast cabinet in the Euroblast range is the Euroblast 2 - which is ideal for small workshops and
craft studios and has internal chamber dimensions of: width
660 x depth 480 x height 500mm. Whereas the largest, in terms of 'standard'
sizes is the Euroblast 10, with internal blast chamber dimensions
of: width 1480 x depth 1480 x height 1145mm.
In between we have the 4,
6, 7, 8 and 9 that are sized progressively larger to accommodate
different component dimensions, but all made with great care and
attention to detail by a highly skilled workforce. Larger armholes to
facilitate ease of reach around the component are standard on models 6,
7, 8, 9 and 10.
Larger, taller and wider blast cabinets, can be and often are, made to meet particular customer product handling requirements - see our Euroblast Specials section.
Typical applications for the Euroblast range of sandblast cabinets
- Surface preparation of Additive Manufactured (AM) components
- 3D printed parts finishing (smoothing out striation lines on
- Investment removal from castings
- Manual shot peening of turbine blades
- Deburring and
descaling metal products
- Refurbishing pumps and valves
- Cleaning moulds
- Cleaning extrusion and injection mould screws
- Aerospace MRO
- Cleaning drill rod threads (used in the oil & gas sector)
- Soda blasting tyre mould segments
fuller listing of blast applications please visit our
How to choose a blast cabinet
For all you need to know about the systems, the options, the sizes - and how to choose the best machine for you, download the 'Guyson Manual Blast Equipment Guidelines' for further background information on blast equipment selection.
Prospective users of Guyson sand blasting equipment are encouraged to submit sample components for free feasibility testing in the company’s extensive Component Finishing Centre at Skipton, England. Contact Guyson now - see contact details to the bottom of this page.