Blast Booths & Rooms

Depending on your surface treatment requirements, Pacific Spray Booths can provide a complete turn-key solution. This includes the making of a new room, or simply providing the necessary equipment and technical support to guide you in the self-manufacturing of your sandblasting booth room.

Minimal to no maintenance is required, the ISTblast System will provide a safe and efficient indoor surface treatment environment, independent of outdoor weather conditions. The result is a safer environment for the operators, as well as complete and certified environment protection against harmful sandblasting dust. Any questions, we’re happy to help! Call us today at: (877) 620-4607

silver large blast booth

Featuring the safest and most effective process in surface treatment while recycling the most popular abrasives. This includes glass beads, aluminum oxide, steel shot, steel grit, and much more while achieving substantial consumption savings of abrasives (recycling rates of 95% and more can be realized).

The image below is the inside of a booth with rubber-lined walls. The 5,000 lb rated grating in the floors covers the IST augers that collect the sand and debris and deliver it to the bucket elevator as part of the media recovery system (MRS).

inside a blast booth with owner, Fred Steltman on left

Frequently Asked Questions

They typically consist of many components. The list includes, but not limited to -

  • Enclosure
  • Access openings
  • Lighting Fixtures
  • Dust collection & Filtration system
  • Abrasive recovery system
  • Rubber lining protection
  • Emergency safety features

Keep in mind, the specific design and features can vary depending on the application and manufacturer.

The booths are primarily designed for indoor installation. However, in special circumstances, we have booths to accommodate unique requirements. Contact us and discuss your specific customization needs.

Sandblasting is a versatile technique used for various surface preparation and cleaning applications. This includes -

  • Glass
  • Aluminum
  • Steel
  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Composite materials

There are several precautions to follow, including

  • Wear appropriate PPE
  • Select the appropriate type and size
  • Maintain proper containment measures
  • Take proper fire safety measures
  • Properly dispose of used abrasive media and waste materials
  • Wear hearing protection
  • Regularly inspect and maintain the equipment

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