Media Mentions

Manufacturing Talk Radio / 08.10.2022

Episode 697: Amazing Ways Abrasives are Used

Brandon Acker, President of Titan Abrasive Systems, chats about the often overlooked ways abrasives are used in manufacturing, from military vehicles and airplanes to the tips of hypodermic needles, safe uses of abrasives, types of abrasives, and their importance in the adhesion of finishes.

Aerospace Manufacturing / 07.25.2022

Abrasives ready for blast-off!

With the cost of new aircraft more prohibitive than ever, refurbishing existing aircraft has become much more popular. Aerospace Manufacturing Features writer Mike Richardson discusses why airlines are refurbishing older aircraft — and how Titan Abrasive’s blasting systems play a key role.

Food Engineering / 07.22.2022

Titan Abrasive Delivers Newer, More Powerful Blast Room to Fab-Tek

Titan Abrasive Systems has announced the purchase of a new, upgraded blast room by Fab-Tek of Central Mississippi, a leader in metal fabrication and machining.

Manufacturing Talks / 07.5.2022

Interview with Jim Vinoski

Sandblasting and surface preparation are critical processes in lots of manufacturing operations, but you just don’t hear too much about them. Says Jim Vinoski, “It was really cool to have Brandon Acker, President of Titan Abrasive Systems, on to tell us all about the basics of the systems his company makes to do just that, and to share the latest and greatest in surface prep technology.”

Product Finishing / 05.17.2022

On the Line podcast: Blasting Best Practices

Product Finishing Editor in Chief Scott Francis talks to Titan Abrasive President Brandon Acker about surface preparation and the role of abrasive blasting. Lots of great info here in this 20 minute discussion.

Tech Company News / 03.17.2022

Titan Abrasive Designs and Manufactures Quality Surface Preparation, Surface Finishing, and Sandblasting Equipment at an Affordable Price

Tech Company News editor interviews Titan Abrasive President Brandon Acker. In this interview, they discuss what makes Titan Abrasive different and other information you may not know.

FF Journal / 02.09.2022

Titan Adds Lifting Bars to Blast Cabinet

Quite often, a blast cabinet has to be moved to a different part of a plant or facility using a forklift. The problem? Due to the flimsy sheet metal used to construct the legs on most blast cabinets, they are extremely susceptible to forklift damage, whether it’s bent legs, crushed cones, or general destruction.

Foundry Management & Technology / 02.14.2022

Blast Cabinet with Integrated Lifting Bars

New Products Feature: Lifting bars make it possible for a forklift to gain a firm hold, keeping the tines away from the cone, and minimize the chance of damage to a cabinet’s steel frame during moving or positioning.

New Products for Engineers / 02.09.2022

Blast Cabinet with Handling Bars

With the addition of the company’s exclusive new lifting bars, the chances of forklift damage to the cabinet is virtually eliminated.

Products Finishing / 02.09.2022

Updated Blast Cabinet Designed to Eliminate Forklift Damage

Titan Abrasive Systems’ blast cabinet features new lifting bars that are slid into the structural steel frame before lifting the cabinet, which gives the forklift a secure hold and keeps the tines away from the vulnerable cone. — Chris Pasion, Asst. Editor

Enterprise Podcast Network / 02.08.2022

Titan Abrasive is Having a Blast

Producer Eric Dye interviews CEO Brandon Acker about blasting equipment, the markets that use abrasive blast equipment, and how Titan competes in “the land of the giants.”