Wheel blast systems can be used for a variety of applications, such as removing rust or paint from metal surfaces, cleaning or deburring castings, preparing surfaces for coating or bonding, or achieving a specific surface finish. They are often used in the manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and construction industries, among others.
Do you want to know how to make your Wheelblast Cabinets “blast wheel” last Longer? Here is a blast wheel that was damaged beyond repair from using a third party extra hard media, after only 106 hours. A third party media provider claimed our client could save money and have shorter blasting times, (Their media […]
The Guyson 401T Max Wheelblast System is safe and quiet If employee safety is important to your company, one of the factors to be concerned about is protecting the hearing of the people working on the factory floor. One way is to provide hearing protection or find more quiet machinery. The OSHA standard where sustained […]
Changing the dust collector filter in the Guyson 401T wheel blast system is a simple and easy process. In the included video, we will show you each step in the process. This applies to the 401T, 401T Max, and the AR-Max wheel blast systems.
Guyson Corporation created an animation to explain how a wheelblast system functions based on our engineering principals. Guyson has engineered our wheelblast systems to become more functional in areas dominated by airblast cabinets only a few years ago, such as prep for coating. Have fun watching this video explaining our technology.