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 3.6 out of 5 by 36.
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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


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.

  • 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.


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


1 Year Warranty


Contains One Blast Cabinet Kit


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


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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 Terrific Product in a compact bench top size. I purchased this product for our small shop because we did not have a Media Blast Cabinet. It is a professional product with a compact footprint! Well designed with sturdy construction. I personally performed the assembly and the instructions were well written and easy to follow. Everything went together w/o any problems. An unexpected bonus was finding a second, completely assembled EOM spare lid with glass and protective tear away sheets affixed to it, included in the shipping box. A very nice surprise! A Very professional addition.
Date published: 2018-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blast cabinet Assembled unit with no difficulty except the gloves were tricky to get installed. Everything aligned well.
Date published: 2018-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Bottom is Tops I researched these little cabinets for awhile. Most cabinets on the market in this size have a full width v shaped bottom. Then there is a suction tube laid in the bottom. Many people complain about that setup because it often does not pickup the media. This cabinet funnels down to a single point. The pickup is screwed into this point and has a hallow bolt with suction holes in it. This design has the media collecting at a single point and that means it works. My dislike is having a screw head on the band clamps rather than a nut head. It was difficult to get the clamps tight enough on the gloves to where they would stay in place. Another dislike is that there is not a media drain. My thoughts are that there could be one. A second hole for a drain could be added near the bottom. It could be just up from the suction port hole. Then there was assembly. Everything lined up as it should. The hardware I got was complete. Some of the hardware variations were not necessary. They could pretty easily have just one size nut and bolt.
Date published: 2018-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Blast Cabinet for the Price I have only used commercial units at shops before. I was a little concerned about some of the reviews but when I got the unit I could see where the problems were. When assembling this cabinet, follow the directions...step by step. When they suggest silicone in certain it...and look closely to see if a little more silicone might prevent media from leaking out. I found everything fit well, overall design is good and I look forward to years of being able to blast away rust and paint from metal objects from my car restoration project. With the media added, it gets a bit heavy and hard to move. I am thinking that the extended legs might be in my future...
Date published: 2017-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really nice blast cabinet I ordered this cabinet a few months ago to use for a Mach 1 I'm slowly restoring. When it arrived, the box looked beaten up, but once opened the cabinet was in great shape. I've been using it cleaning heavily rusted parts and it does a fantastic job. My advice would be to ensure you have a small shop vac to hook up to the provided pipe. I tried using it without it at first, using just the filter at the outlet, and in just a few moments I couldn't see at all. Once I hooked up my vacuum I had little issue with dust. Also to avoid clogs make sure you have very dry air going through the nozzle or it will clog. All blasters will clog with damp air, this isn't a fault with the cabinet.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice unit This was my first attempt to sand blasting and I couldn't have chosen a better unit to start out my quest for this type of projects. I was totally surprised what this bench top unit could do, Very pleased with any thing I've bought from Eastwood and their help is outstanding and just a phone call away.
Date published: 2016-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice cabinet I bought this to clean small parts from a tractor I am rebuilding. I have not used it yet , waiting for the glass blasting medium. The cabinet went together nicely and looks great. The gloves look like they should grip very well
Date published: 2015-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Support on website could be better Unit will be great once I get it together. My only complaint is that the manual wasn't available online (even HF has theirs online). If it had been, I could have built the cart for it and had it ready when the unit arrived. Because of MY schedule it'll be two or so more weeks before I can get to it. Not Eastwoods fault, just an idea for their web designers.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice little shop unit Didn't realize I had to put it together, Ha! But, went together easily and quick. As a previous poster said, put a little silicone sealer in the corners, they leak a bit. I use this blaster for metal work, works very good. I built a stand for it on rollers so I can easily move it out of the way in the shop, which works great.
Date published: 2015-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item and good size for small shop I bought this item for doing small parts for a 1965 GTO rebuild. Insulation was easy to put together. Frist part I did took about 15 min and was ready for paint. Would have taking me hour or two using a wire wheel and holding in a vise. Paid for it self I feel the first time. its a time saver. work very well. Only thing I recommend is you put a little black RTV glue in the corner were metal meets. Make it more airtight and sand doesn't blow out. Second the tube that your wet vac hooks up to you will have to make adaptor for to make airtight. Other then that it is a great size for my shop and work very well.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It’s a good deal for the price I do like the cabinet , it has a quality gun however the pick up line could be longer . Also the hopper is not steep enough so you constantly have to lift and show the cabinet to get your blast media back down to the pickup . The light really needs to be brighter and replace the plastic window with glass . This thing is an air hog , I have a 60 gallon compressor which is 11.5 CFM @ 90 psi and if Iam using the blast cabinet constantly it keeps my compressor working .
Date published: 2020-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great cabinet If you take your time putting it together and silicone the corners like it says, it doesn’t leak a drop of material. Everything works as it should and it does require the air they says that it requires. Great cabinet!
Date published: 2020-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Product - Assembly Takes Some Time. Just purchased this. I've not yet used it, but it seems well made and goes together easily. Be sure to allow an hour or two for assembly. It's not hard, but it takes some time. Also, have a tube of RTV on hand, as it's specified in the instructions but not included.
Date published: 2020-04-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reason why I bought and reviewed I compared this unit to similar products of size and price. I am humored by the reviewers expecting this to perform like a huge professional, "use for a living" type blaster. Two reasons why I bought this one: had a light and it was a cheaper price. I knew I wasn't going to use it a lot and therefore did not want to spend huge $$ for once in a while projects. True, you do need to put together but if you take your time and follow instructions, it will take about 2 hours and isn't bad at all. Do use silicone. The reviewers that complain about leakage,..well it's their fault. The sealing tape/foam works fine. I was concerned about the deforming the seals when tightening, but it's okay and has no leak. Some comments are correct: a) the bands should be a nut not a screw type device, b) I would fold the ends of the glove over the band first, then install, c) the light is not as bright as I would like, perhaps led as well. I would add this: 1) the ring gloves slip over to tighten the band on needs to have a lip or flange to aid in a good fit. The folks that complain about gloves slipping off? Well you are not suppose to put a lot of pressure on the gloves,...of course they would come off. The others that complained the rubber grommet for the vacuum tube being hard to install...use your head....install the grommet FIRST, the insert the tube, duh huh. Again, for the money, for the average person this is a good cabinet. My gosh, for less than $200? this is a good buy.
Date published: 2019-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good but could be better I just received this cabinet for Christmas and wanted to share my thoughts with all. I read all the reviews before I assembled the unit and found them very helpful. Here are a few suggestions I have. The protective film on the glass should seal on the powder coated frame instead of the plexiglass. The adhesive gave way in less than 4hours of use and the media fogged up the window. I removed the film,cleaned everything and then resealed the film with wide gorilla tape. Visibility is much better and the film is secure.The dunning of the media is definitely frustrating so I just removed the tray and added a strip of wood in its place.When needed I just push the media to the suction tube. This way I can keep working. The the tall screw heads on the top corner brackets were causing air leakage so I drilled out the brackets and reinstalled with pop rivets. Another option you may consider is adding two more latches on the sides. Some customers mentioned glove issues. The clamps would be better with a hex head. Also I found that when installing the gloves I folded the gloves over the clamps 1/2 inch and then placed them over the mounting edge. Very easy this way.
Date published: 2019-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice compact cabinet blaster I have only used the cabinet on some small pieces to try it out. It worked flawlessly, and expect it will do the job that I want it to do. I do have one complaint. The purchaser has to apply the foam seal to the seams when assembling- no problem. The problem is the foam seal was applied to the lid and so deformed from the way the unit is packed in the box that the lid would not seal. The cabinet does come with extra seal that I could fix the problem. I just feel you shouldn't have to fix something that you haven't used yet.
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great cabinet,but... cabinet is great, but end of nozzle on gun was very loose due to female pipe threads being tapped too deep in the gun for nozzle to thread on tight. Had to cut about a quarter inch off the end of the gun so the nozzle would thread on tight enough to stay on even though it still is a little loose but has not come off yet.
Date published: 2016-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Piece of Equipment Great, airtight blasting box - used to prep small firearms parts for Cerkote & GunKote - perfect size. The only reason I gave 4 stars was that there were several screws missing causing an unnecessary trip to TruValue. Once assembled, it works great.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well worth it Good item, went together easy and works very well. I would have given it a 5 stars except for the following; the light leaves a little bit to be desired (brighter or an additional light); the shipping packaging smashed the pre-installed seal around the lid causing a leak and seal needed to be replaced right out of the box; and the instructions could probably be changed a bit. As the previous reviews said, RTV in the corners is a must and hit all corners top and bottom. When applying the foam seal, put it on the non-beveled sides for a better seal (opposite mating panel than the instrux). I have noticed that my media (80 - grit aluminum oxide) doesn't seem to fall towards the suction pick-up as rapidly as it should. This could be heavily reused media (media has also been used in a larger pressure blaster), moisture or just too fine, but a deeper V in the belly would help, but that would also increase the size. And dust collection is a must... I tried it before and after hooking to my system and it makes a world of difference.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Blasting Cabinet Ok unit. Leaks where it is screwed together due tomeyal being so thin. Light is not bright enough. The filter systen needs a cover so dust doesnt land on it and plug. Would nit purchase again.
Date published: 2021-10-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice setup but... Bought this recently and have used it for about 4-5 hours total. So far the light worked upon initial setup, it now does not illuminate. The latch has broke and where the latch secures it looks as it may break in the near future. Lid and corners were siliconed but still leaks dust from lid seal area if a vacuum is not used. Rubber gasket/bushing for shopvac tube was horrendous to install! Media hose also kinks and restricts the flow of media. Overall if these issues could be corrected this unit would be great!
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A great asset with a few rough areas. I use this little unit to prep items for Powder Coating. Two areas that could be better are the latch (two failed before I installed a different style latch) and the fact that it has problems "Duneing" (running out of media because it does not flow back to the pick up point). When this thing is working it is terrific! I am concerned that eventually I will need to replace the window and that will not be easy.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hanging out in the garage. I read the reviews on this site. I purchased the item and it is being represent pretty accurately here. Does a great job for small items. The corners of the cabinet are hard to get sealed up and I wish it had more of an angle to the hopper that holds the media. The feeder at the bottom of the hopper will run empty and you have to shake or tilt the cabinet to force the media to settle to bottom. I seem to have plenty of material inside the cabinet that it should feed itself. It's priced right for what it is.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Leaks, light too dim/broke, filter is worthless I've had this cabinet for years but I didn't use it much because it had so many shortcomings. I'll list them and you can decide if it's worth $200. - When this unit arrives, it's in a flat box and is like IKEA furniture - total knock down and it all has to be assembled. That means seams everywhere even and even with the "seam sealing" tape installed everywhere, it leaks media from every corner and seam - it's a total mess to use. I removed all the media, cleaned it out and sprayed every edge, corner and seam inside the cabinet with 2 cans of Clear Seal - yeah that hokey infomercial product made to seal leaks. It worked astonishingly well. - The "air filter" is absolutely worthless. You cannot run this blaster for more than 5 minutes without losing all visibility within the cabinet. I removed the lame filter setup and replaced it with a vacuum port. I hook my Festool shop vac up to the port and vacuum the airborne media out as I'm running the machine. Greatly improves visibility but you still have the crummy fluorescent tube light inside the cabinet to deal with. - The fluorescent tube light inside the cabinet is more worthless than the filter. It's way too dim and then it died a few years ago. I tried an exterior clip lamp overhead with a 150 watt floodlight but I still couldn't see very well so I wound up trashing the fluorescent tube light setup and replacing it with a porcelain light bulb socket inside the cabinet and a rough service 100 watt bulb. With the vacuum port and the new light, I could actually see what I was doing - MUCH better! If you're willing to play Ian Roussel and totally customize this cabinet so it works like I did, then it's worth the money because it works pretty well on small parts after all the retrofitting and repair. Otherwise, it makes a mess of a corner of your shop and is a waste of $200.
Date published: 2020-12-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Minor "Improvements" Are Needed to Make it Work I reviewed the assembly process previously. My first attempt to use the assembled product was disappointing. With fine glass bead media, the pickup tube repeatedly collapsed because of the vacuum suction (I think). The tube is too flexible, and it has to be routed in a way that makes it bend 90 degrees twice, in tight bends. I believe the tight bends plus the suction vacuum are enough to cause the tube to pinch shut. I did two things to fix this: First was to drill out the burrs on the inside of the pickup fitting. The leftover machining burrs blocked a good percentage of the pickup holes. I didn't enlarge the holes, I just cleared them of the large machining burrs. To address the two tight 90 degree bends, I used 1/2 copper water pipe and elbows to make two "corners", each with about 1/2" length of copper pipe protruding from the elbows. The 1/2" copper pipe is a nice tight fit into the supplied pickup tube. So the flexible tube is only in straight runs, and the copper assemblies form the corners. With these two changes, the pickup tube now seems to work and the cabinet functions, at least for the two hours I've used it so far. Note for Eastwood. Don't underestimate the value of product testing. Periodically take one off the shelf, put it together, load it with media and make sure it actually functions. Suppliers can make subtle changes to things like tubing, and those subtle changes can be the difference between working and not working!
Date published: 2020-04-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It gets the job done, just needs some finesse First off, Eastwood CS has been great with the two orders I've placed with them. They were very quick to replace parts that were broken, missing and damaged upon delivery. BAD: I am certain the cabinet I received was a display unit at some point in time. It was beat up pretty bad, lots of scratches along the mating surfaces/lid and parts were missing. The front panel was warped and the window was cracked. The shipping box was immaculate so I find it funny that Eastwood says they thoroughly check and inspect all product before it goes out. GOOD: The top opening door is great and the included light gets the job done. Assembly is a breeze, the manual is very straight forward and laid out well. The cabinet gets the job done, it just needs some finesse. You'll definitely want to seal the entire box with silicone. Yes, I was given the option to return the box, but I honestly don't have time to wait on these things. Eastwood remedied the problems, but I should have received a brand new product in the first place. The only thing I'm truly mad about is that it went on sale a day after I purchased it. Don't buy this if it's not on sale.
Date published: 2020-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Got it for half off and that made it just adequate Blast cabinets are essentially a box that you can see into that keep abrasive materials inside. This one barely receives a passing grade, and that is after copious amounts of silicone and using up all of the weather stripping included, plus some additional I had on hand from another project. The question is, should more be expected from a glorified box with an air filter? I've had it for a month and have used it for approximately 20 hours. The gun that comes with it does work, and I never had it clog up, so that's one in the win column. The air filter seems to function as advertised. The vacuum port on the back leaks, even after seating the rubber washer several times, so I just sealed the entire circumference with silicone. Same with the power module, no matter how much torque you get, it needs a serious layer of silicone to make sure you don't get residue exiting. The entire lip of the unit needs several layers of weather stripping. There is no science for how much and where; you just need to test it out to determine where your particular box requires it. This is because the entire thing flexes when it is clasped closed on the front, so no one can tell you where there will be uncovered areas. I'd say "fair" is a valid rating, since I did need a blasting cabinet, this one was half off when I bought it, I expected to need to seal it when I assembled it (but not to the degree that I actually had to in reality) and it does work relatively well with a standard pancake air compressor.
Date published: 2019-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Light broke after 15 minutes!! Bought this a while back and finally had a project to use it on. Excitedly put it together and got down to business. Everything seemed to be great for around 15 minutes until the light up and stopped working. This light isn't even serviceable like a normal light!!! Not even worth replacing at this point since who knows if that will happen again after another 15 minutes. I highly doubt it will last years (as it should). Now I just put a flashlight face down on the top glass and move it around to see what I am doing. Much sad face going on when using this cabinet =(
Date published: 2021-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not worth it I brought this blast cabinet and relieved it three days ago. lock for the door already broke off. Its so cloudy when blasting I cant see anything. The gun get cloudy all the time even with a filter and regulator. It leaks excessive air into the tank all the time. I am disapoint because I enjoy Eastwood produces but this is not the product for me
Date published: 2020-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Spend more time fixing than using This thing is garbage youll be fixing the gloves, the latch and breathing in powderized blasting material all day. also doesnt work with their filter system they sell. The screens dont stick so after about an ten minutes of using it the view will b e so dusty youll be blind blasting
Date published: 2018-11-23
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Questions & Answers

Can the Eastwood Dust Collection System Item #30998 be used with this cabinet?

Asked by: Sheri
the dust collection system could be used with this blast cabinet, but you will need to mount the system on a wall near the unit.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-02-01

Can this blaster be used with soda?

Asked by: DFS_Jr
This blaster is not able to be used with soda.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-02-01

Can I use Sodium Bicarbonate blast in this machine?

Asked by: JayBird
No, these blast cabinets utilize abrasive medias only. Soda should not be use din these cabinets.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-02-01

What kind of results would be expected if I use an air compressor that has a rating of 4.1 CFM @ 90psi?

Asked by: Jordan
10cfm @ 80psi is the minimum air requirement to run this machine.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-03-15

Both of your smaller cabinets say "not recommended for walnut shell media". Why is this, and is there a fix? 

Asked by: hophed
As stated you should use 60 grit or finer in these cabinets; so 60 or a larger number. Walnut shell is 20 grit and too coarse to run in these machines- it will clog them up.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-06-17

Will a17x8 wheel fit inside to blast?

Asked by: Fordmaster
As stated the internal dimensions are: Internal Dimensions: 22” wide x 18” deep x 12” high
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-03-24

Where is this unit produced? US.. China, etc?

Asked by: ErokOne
This Unit is manufactured in China.
Answered by: Dakota W
Date published: 2019-02-01

Does the unit have a bottom plug so the media can be removed,strained and reused.

Asked by: Mike
Yes, there is a drain on the bottom of the unit which can be drained by removing the 15mm nut very easily.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2018-10-30

How much does it weigh.

Asked by: Mike
Total weight of this unit is 49 LBS.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2019-04-26

Please let me know max. design pressure for this equipment. Our supply air operating pressure is 140 psig and design pressure is 200 psig. Hence we will add regulator at the end of pipeline for set pressure @ 80 psig. --- continue---->

Asked by: S Wonbo
This unit cannot handle 200 PSI. You only ever want to run this unit at 90 PSI.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-10-24

According to your specs, the smallest blasting cabinet needs about 10 CFM to operate but the largest floor model in the same type needs only 7 CFM. Is this correct?

Asked by: Butch62
The cfm specifications listed on the cabinets are all going to be 7 cfm at minimum. The cfm will change depending on the size nozzle that is being used.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-06-02

Do all your blast cabinets have the same blasting gun or do the bigger blast cabinets have a more powerful blaster?

Asked by: John 1998
All of our blast cabinets include the same blasting gun.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2018-10-16

Can this be used for Powder coating? Just to contain the powder when spraying?

Asked by: Powers
Our blast cabinets are not designed or tested to be used when attempting to powder coat so we would have no specs on how it would work.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-12-09

How much media can you place in this cabinet? Your manual states " fill to 1/2" of the flange" I apologize but what is the flange, I am completely new to this. It worked just fine when I go it a few days ago, now it won't pick up the media to blast.

Asked by: Danny
The flange will be the edge that the perforated floor sits on. Make sure the media has not piled up on one side called "duning". This keeps the media away from the pick up tube. Next make sure moisture has not caused the media to clump. For further questions our customer service team will be able to assist at
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-20

We have two quesition as follows; 1. We can only supply air at 140 PSIG for this equipment. Can we use this? If not, please inform us your recommendation. 2. Could we order this equipment with extended legs?

Asked by: S Wonbo
For optimum blasting you will want to use approximately 90 PSI. A simple regulator could be mounted right at this unit to bring the air pressure down. Unfortunately this model doesn't have the option of extended legs. Our Modular blast cabinet does.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-06

What would you recomend for a suitable Aiyr Compressor for this Cabinet?

Asked by: G Mac N
Bare minimum you would need a compressor capable of producing 7 CFM @ 90 PSI.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-06-25

Just got mine and I can't jet it to work it dos not have enough pressure. Yes everything is hooked up right. And I have enough SCFM 11.5 just feels like it's pulsating.

Asked by: fester
There are a couple of things to check. First there are 4 nozzles included. Try running the 2mm tip to reduce CFM consumption. Second ensure your air is moisture free and not making for any clumping. Third ensure you have enough media in the unit to prevent it from not falling back to the pick up.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-05-14

Can this unit be waterproofed to spray water?

Asked by: Charlie
Our blast cabinets are not designed for use with water.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-04-24

Can you fit a 15" car rim in the blaster??

Asked by: tomtuttle
Internal Dimensions: 22” wide x 18” deep x 12” high
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-04-10

How many tips come with it?

Asked by: tmac
This unit will come with a 4 pack ranging in size from 2-5mm.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-06-08

Anyone know the max PSI this unit can run at?

Asked by: Skelly
You would not want to exceed 120 psi.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2018-04-12

Is it possible to change the lighting switch position of this equipment?

Asked by: kjh10k
Short of modifying and cutting the cabinet the light switch position would not be able to be moved.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-01-03

We would like to receive the weight of imformatoin for Eastwood Benchtop Blast Cabinet / 30721

Asked by: hankyuroh
This product weights in at 49 LBS.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-05-27

Does eastwood sell a replacement ac adapter plug for the light switch?

Asked by: joe64nova
This would item number 30774
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-07-20

At start up how much media do you put in?

Asked by: Bigg Al
Fill to within 1/2” of the cabinet flange. Overfilling will degrade performance.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-07-20

Can 60 grit steel media be used in this bench top cabinet?

Asked by: Harvee
60 grit media or finer will work in this unit..
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-07-20

What is the smallest compressor I could use for this small cabinet.  I'm reading 10 cfm @ 80 PSI?   If that is the case, it will take a fairly large compressor to put out that CFM. 

Asked by: 207CountyBoy
The size of the compressor is irrelevant. As long as it can put out the required CFM for this unit you will be able to blast away.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2019-08-19

What size media is to be used for this unit?

Asked by: scott046
60 grit and finer 
Answered by: scott046
Date published: 2020-01-13

Is there a quality spec for the compressed air supply? "Removing all moisture and impurities" is not very specific, or technically achievable. Is ISO8573 class 6:3:2 (particle, water, oil) air sufficient?

Asked by: Tom R
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