Item # 30721 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Benchtop Blast Cabinet

An affordable way to media blast parts without taking up much room in your shop
An affordable way to media blast parts without taking up much room in your shop
Eastwood Benchtop Blast Cabinet is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 35.
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An affordable way to media blast parts without taking up much room in your shop
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Eastwood Benchtop Blast Cabinet

Description

An affordable way to media blast parts without taking up much room in your shop. The smart, space efficient design of this bench top media blasting cabinet really can’t be beat.

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  • Affordable way to media blast at home
  • Space efficient bench top design
  • Durable powder coated cabinet
  • Holds up to 25 lbs of blast media
  • Holds up to 55 lbs of parts
  • High quality gun with replaceable tips
  • Needs just 7cfm @ 90psi
  • 19in x 15in window lens
  • Full window sized tear offs
  • Fits in just 24in x 20in space

Use with 60 grit or finer blast media.

Use of Walnut shell media is not recommended.

The whole hinged top of the cabinet is both the access door, and the view window. This gives you much greater access to the inside then even some full sized cabinets. Meanwhile, you look down at your work through a big 19 inch x 15 inch screen, with full sized tear off protection (5pk #30770). Dust control is handled by hooking up any shop vacuum to the cabinet, or use it in a well ventilated area with no vacuum. The whole cabinet will take up just a 24 inch x 20 inch space in the corner of your work bench. That means you have nearly 3 cubic feet of work space to blast in. Just about any shop compressor can run it too; it needs just 7 cubic feet per minute at 90 pounds per square inch. The included high quality gun will work with a variety of media, and has replaceable ends for years of usage.

Specifications

Electrical current requirement (lamp) 120 Volt AC, 60hz
Air supply requirements 7 CFM @ 90 PSI
Internal Dimensions 22” wide x 18” deep x 12” high

Warranty

1 Year Warranty

Contents

Contains One Blast Cabinet Kit

Accessories

30770 Replacement Tear Off Films; 30772 Replacement Plastic Window; 30773 Replacement Cabinet Air Filter; 30774 Replacement transformer and Switch Box; 30075 Replacement Light Assembly; 20070 Replacement Gloves; 20067 Replacement Blast Gun Assembly; 20068 Replacement Blast Gun Nozzle Kit

Instructions

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Blast Cabinet Light Wire Connections:

WARNING! Attaching the wrong wires to the wrong switch lugs will burn out the circuitry in the fluorescent Lamp.

The BROWN wire spade connector MUST be attached to the switch lug adjacent to the pre-attached GRAY wire (this is the bottom switch lug).
The BLUE wire spade connector MUST be attached to the switch lug adjacent to the pre-attached BLUE wire (this is the upper switch lug).

70/100 Glass Bead 100/170 Glass Bead 10/40 Ground Glass 40/70 Ground Glass 60 Grit Silicone Carbide 60 Grit Aluminum Oxide 90 Grit Aluminum Oxide 12/20 Walnut Shells

Safety Information

Always wear proper safety equipment when operating this type of equipment. Always fully read and understand the instruction manual before use.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works pretty well Bought this cabinet to clean parts for an antique car restoration. It works fine so far. I have several suggestions though, two for Eastwood & several for the person assembling the cabinet. The light is useless. It needs to be much brighter. Move into the 21st century & go with Distributed bright LEDs with a brightness control. There is a roll of 6mm sealing tape in the kit that is not used. Is it for replacing the lid seal? When installing the vacuum elbow as in figure 7A, it is difficult to get it installed. It is much easier to remove the baffle plate from the inside of the opening & push the vacuum elbow out through the seal. When assembling the cabinet the first step should be to attach the gloves to the front. It’s a real pain to attach them when you can’t see half of the attachment & there is not much room for your hands. I’m pretty mechanical but it took over 15 minutes to install the first one & about 10 minutes for the second one.
Date published: 2020-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great but needs some upgrades: This blast cabinet is really nice, the cabinet / gun combination seem to be high quality and it's nice that you can change out the tips to the gun, (I have had previous blasters where that was a fixed thing and you had to have several guns to get different patterns). A couple of issues I noticed with using the cabinet: 1) Although it holds a good vacuum, there are a lot of spots in the joints that aren't sealed and the media leaks through all over the ground, you will need to re-seal the joints. 2) Perhaps the media I'm using isn't ideal, but I noticed that it doesn't funnel the best going back down to the pickup tube. The bottom funneling section isn't really steep enough to re-collect the media, so the media just kinda sits all over the cabinet base and then you have to shake it manually down back to the pickup tube. (Using 80 grit glass-bead) 3) You 100% need a separate vacuum system / dust collector to clear the dust while blasting. Don't get crazy, a small 1hp vacuum works great. I tried my 5hp vacuum and the suction was too great it made it difficult to maneuver the gloves around against the pull. 4) The fluorescent light is kinda lackluster, it does the job but it could be a LED that is much brighter, will probably upgrade in the near future. 5) The hoses to the gun are a little short, I added a little length to each to make the gun more maneuverable in the cabinet. I also added a quick-disconnect to the air-line inside the cabinet so the gun can bend and twist better without getting jammed up from the hose being locked at a single angle. 6) This thing is an air-hog. You 100% need a large compressor/tank combo that can keep up maintaining 80 psi while blasting, otherwise be prepared to take long breaks in between your work. Overall I rate this thing 4.5 stars / excellent. It's made very well, easy to use, lots of space, nice features such as the lift-assist shocks. Thanks Eastwood!
Date published: 2020-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cabinet for small to medium parts I bought this to blast dirt bike parts for a restoration project. Even with a slightly undersized compressor it works well. No it doesn't perform like an industrial size cabinet, but you get what you pay for. Quality wise it surpasses similar units.
Date published: 2019-04-02
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Questions & Answers

What size air hose fitting for intake? 3/8ths? Can't find spec anywhere in instructions.

Asked by: JGM227
This Blast Cabinet has a 1/4" NPT Air inlet, and the fittings are not included with it.
Answered by: John S
Date published: 2020-12-28

Is this Eastwood B20 blast cabinet made in USA?

Asked by: Eric
This Blast Cabinet is manufactured in China to Eastwood specifications
Answered by: John S
Date published: 2020-12-28

What is a good compressor to buy to run this cabinet. My craftsman 4 gallon 1hp compressor cant handle it. I dont want to spend a bunch of money on a new compressor.

Asked by: Mark
To run this blast cabinet effectively, you will need a compressor that provides at least 7cfm at 90psi. When buying a compressor, I recommend getting one that supplies more cfm than the tools you currently plan to run, as this will allow you to add other air tools in the future. If you plan to blast a lot of items and ever paint, I'd recommend a compressor with at least a 60 gallon tank like this compressor - https://www.eastwood.com/ew-60-gallon-belt-driven-3-7hp-air-compressor.html Our 30/60 Scroll compressor would also run this cabinet. Another option you do have is to plumb another compressor in-line with your current compressor to increase available air.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2020-04-29

What kind of media do you use for this and do you sell it?

Asked by: Mike
This cabinet uses 60 grit or finer media in it, we do sell glass bead media, silicon carbide, and aluminum oxide.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-04-16

What is the minimum size/hp shop vac that can be used for ventilation with this?

Asked by: Mary
For best results, safety and visibility a heavy-duty type vacuum with 1.0 to 2.0 peak horsepower is strongly recommended.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-03-01

This cabinet comes with 4 tips 2 to 5 mm would the smaller the tip require less cfm? Can you tell me the cfm each tip would require.

Asked by: Eric
Any of the tips included with this cabinet should run any of the medias we recommend (60 grit or finer so 60 or a larger number). The smaller the nozzle the more concentrated the flow will be and the larger the nozzle size selected the wider the spray or fan pattern will be. The air consumed for these will vary depending upon media selected and personal preference.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-04-28

Do you guys have the vacuum adapter for the small blast cabinet. I had a similar cabinet from redline and it sucked I had dust everywhere and they wouldn’t help me at all. 

Asked by: Richie
This blast cabinet comes with an elbow to attach a shop vac to. This is shown in our instruction manual on pg.6: https://www.eastwood.com/images/pdf/30721Q%20Benchtop%20Blast%20Cabinet.pdf
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-02-01

Can I use this machine with a compressor rated at 5.1 CFM ?

Asked by: Kenneth324
No, unfortunately the spec listed (7cfm @ 90psi) is the minimum air requirement capable of successfully running cabinet.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-09-24
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Eastwood Benchtop Blast Cabinet
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