Munk Schmitz - Strahlanlagen & Strahltechnik

Pressure-fed blast cabinet MS 150 D

Blast cabinets are operated from the exterior. During blasting, spent blast media is recovered by an efficient reclaiming system and recycled. Dust, fine particles and debris are carefully separated from reusable blast media.

Machine type
Manually operated pressure-fed air blasting cabinet

Rust removal, descaling, paint stripping, weld and
mould cleaning, roughening and etching


  • Cabinet shell with gauntlet apertures, viewing window and side door, for handling/treatment of workpieces
  • Pressure vessel with blast nozzle and blast hose, operation by foot switch
  • Reclaimer with air cyclone and storage hopper, for separation of dust and reusable blast media
  • Dust collector with fan and dust bin, for generation and dustcleaning of recovery air flow
  • Maintenance unit for control of blasting pressure

Dimensions (WxDxH)

  • Overall dimensions: 1540x1560x2000 mm
  • Internal dimensions: 1500 x1395x940 mm
  • Powerpack: 1100x1400x2510 mm
  • Empty weight: 1250 kg

Blasting parameters

  • Blast nozzle: 6.4 mm (boron carbide)
  • Blasting cycle: max. 8 min
  • Bast media storage capacity: max. 100 kg
  • Air consumption: 1.7 m³/min

Dust collection

  • Filter area: 21 m³
  • Dust separation efficiency: > 99.9 %
  • Energy consumption: 2.2 kW (16 A)

Which kind of blast media?

With blast cabinets all kinds of recyclable blast media can be used such as aluminium oxide, glass beads, ceramic beads, steel grit, plastic media etc. One-way abrasives such as slags are not suitable.

Blast media

Extensions à la Carte

Blast cabinets are available with a variety of optional equipment such as turntables, tumble baskets, multi-axis nozzle manipulators, runways with trolleys etc.: