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BlastOne has nearly 60 years of experience in designing, engineering and servicing sandblast rooms and booths in America, Australia, and globally. We have a unique process to conceptualize, design, and build high-performance sandblasting rooms and booths for many industrial applications enclosures to match your specific requirements – from a small, shipping container blast room, to large wind tower blast room.

America’s Expert Supplier of Industrial Sandblasting Booths

The range of solutions to Corrosion Control Industry challenges supplied by BlastOne include designing, building and installing blast and paint rooms. The industries that we have supported with high productivity, high efficiency surface preparation and finishing facilities include defense, railroad, oil and gas, marine, truck and trailer, green energy and more. Our in-house blast and paint booth team includes design engineers, fabricators and installers and is located throughout 12 branch offices across the United States.

Our solutions are configured to meet your needs – from full construction to retrofitting existing plants. We can provide anything from kit-form to turn-key to suit your application and budget. Give us your blasting and coating challenges and we’ll deliver – on time and on budget.

Portable Shipping
Container Blast Room

Pre-Engineered Economy
Blast Rooms

Industrial Workshop
Blast Rooms

General Purpose
Blast Room

Rail Car
Blast Room

Wind Tower
Blast Room

Ship Module
Blast Room

Temporary Modular
Blast Facility


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Blast Booths / Rooms

Abrasive Recycling

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Blast Booths / Rooms


Blast Booths / Rooms


Blast Booths / Rooms


Blast Booths / Rooms


Industries Served

Case Studies

Our Approach

A deep dive into our Approach and What to Expect

By following our five-step process, you:

  • Drive out risk in budget, schedule, and performance from every project
  • Protect yourself and your company from committing to a project outside your scope
  • Guarantees a successful project – from beginning to end
  • Reduce costs
  • Improve quality and productivity
  • Lower maintenance
  • Cleaner and safer equipment

Training & Support

25 Important Considerations when Building a Blast Facility

If you are purchasing a turnkey blast room for building it yourself, there are 25 subjects you need to be well versed in. BlastOne has compiled a detailed report containing an in-depth guide on all the critical components of a blast room: design considerations, abrasive education, and production techniques.

Blastman Robotics LTD: The Reliable Blast Cleaning Solution

Typical industrial sandblasting automated & robotic blasting equipment require fixed, purpose-built infrastructure to operate. BlastOne specializes in designing, building, and commissioning robotic sandblasting facilities to provide custom solutions for our customer’s corrosion control needs.

Knowledge & Learning

Videos from the Experts

How to | Primed Insights | Safety Tips

Myths about Robotic Abrasive Blasting

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How to Properly Set-Up Your Blasting Operation

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Wheel Machine or Blasting Robot?

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