Mobile Sandblasting Dust Collectors for Rent or Purchase
- Diesel-powered industrial sandblasting dust collector/ extractor
- Ready availability all over the USA
- Trailer-mounted or skid-mounted
- Industry-leading design
- All sizes available
- Read our Dust Collector Buying Guide
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BlastOne industrial sandblasting mobile dust collectors and extractors are available from 6,000 cfm to 100,000 cfm. Power options include diesel or electric motors. Units are available for rent or purchase.
BlastOne operates a large fleet of Mobile sandblasting Dust Collectors and we manufacture our own units to suit. Obviously, because we own and operate our own units we build them to last!
EASY FILTER ACCESS
BlastOne portable dust collectors are a maintenance friendly design. Access to the filters is through the side of the unit. Most of them from ground level. The filters glide easily out of the unit and new ones slide right back in.
HIGH PRESSURE FAN
Do you ever need to run long lengths of duct hose, sometimes over 100ft? The ability to maintain high capacity whilst running long ducts is important. A high pressure fan does this. Many manufacturers over-rate their units.
LONG FILTER LIFE THANKS TO SMART INTERNAL SPACING
BlastOne portable diesel dust collectors have an extra 30% space between the filters compared to alternate. This improves ease of maintenance, filter replacement and filter life. This also means far better dust release leading to longer filter life.
SMART REVERSE PULSE
To clean the filters, all utilize a compressed air, reverse pulse. This clean the dust cake from the filter cartridges with a shot of air from the clean side. These are operated automatically when the unit is running.
BI-POWERED ENGINE (DIESEL/ELECTRIC)
Some job sites are different to others. Contractors know that they can save a lot of money when the job-site has power available. That is why BlastOne offers a bi-powered version. Run it on plant power, generator power, or use the inbuilt diesel engine your job, your choice.
The most cost effective option for a mobile dust collector is to mount it on a skid base. Movement onsite is possible with a large forklift or crane. This option is good for projects which have a long duration and the unit is relatively stationary. The skid has fork pockets, rigging mounts and extendable/ collapsible legs to make transportation easy.
YARD TOW-ABLE TRAILER
A yard towable trailer gives the ultimate site portability. Delivery to site will be on a trailer, however, once onsite it can be towed as required. The ultra-heavy duty wheels & axles will last you many years of hard service. Ideal for longer duration projects, 2 months plus.
HIGHWAY TOW ABLE TRAILER.
The ultimate in mobility. Perfect for projects that are short in duration (under 2 months).
As supplied, the base industrial sandblasting dust collector and extractor has an engine which is not enclosed. Some customers prefer to have the diesel engine enclosed within a canopy for security. This is a simple add on module that BlastOne can provide.
ACOUSTIC ENGINE CANOPY AND FAN ATTENUATOR
For the contractors who have to work in noise sensitive environments, BlastOne can provide a fully sound attenuated unit. This consists of a enclosure around the engine and fan.
ACOUSTIC LINED FILTER HOUSING AND PULSE VALVES
As a further option for noise reduction, the filter housing and pulse-valves can be fitted with an acoustic lining. This reduces the operating noise to below 69 dB at 50 feet.
ECO-CLEAN ON-DEMAND CARTRIDGE CLEANING
Upgrade the filter cartridge cleaning system to a system that only pulses when it needs to. This increases the filter life and reduces compressed air requirements. The system monitors the filter cleanliness and only pulses the filters when required.
ULTRA-WEB II FILTER CARTRIDGES
For the ultimate filter life, get your industrial sandblasting dust collector and extractor with Ultra- Web II filters. These Teflon lined filter cartridges will last up to 70% longer than the standard cartridges.
One often-asked – and very important – question we receive about our selection of dust collectors is, “How much fuel does a dust collector consume?” The chart below provides a basic guide to understanding how much fuel will be required. These consumption rates are typical across various brands and styles – but not exact. However, it gives foremen and project managers enough to estimate operational costs over the life of a project.
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