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Brandon Acker / 02.18.2022

Another Titan Blast Cabinet Exclusive: Lifting Bars

Easily move your Titan blast cabinet with our exclusive lifting bars.

When redesigning the Titan blast cabinet, we made notes of all the problems associated with existing blast cabinets on the market. One of the biggies: the difficulty in moving a blast cabinet via forklift without crunching the cone.

Because of their relative portability, blast cabinets get moved to make way for another piece of equipment, to be relocated elsewhere, or because the shop floor needs to be cleaned or repainted.

To move a blast cabinet requires a forklift. No matter how careful the forklift operator, over time the cabinet’s cone gets dinged, crunched – or worse case, run through by the forks. Ouch!

A Titan exclusive, all our blast cabinets feature lifting bars. Manufactured from structural steel, they’re easily attached to the cabinet’s front and back legs (also of structural steel). Once you move the blast cabinet, you detach the bars.


Our lifting bars are yet another way we’re working to make your job easier — as well as save you time and money.

Be sure to view our Blast Cabinet product page to see our other blast cabinet exclusive features — a total of seven in all. It’s why we say the Titan blast cabinet is the last one you’ll ever need to buy.

  • Brandon Acker: President

    Brandon purchased Titan Abrasive from his uncle and founder in 2013. Titan has since redesigned its entire product line to solve dozens of industry challenges.

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    Brandon purchased Titan Abrasive from his uncle and Titan founder, Bruce Maurer, in 2013 after spending five years learning the ins and outs of the business. He and VP of Engineering Brian Fox have completely redesigned the entire product line to solve the dozens of challenges that have plagued the blasting industry for decades.

    Brandon is passionate about American manufacturing, the jobs it creates, the quality produced, and the bright future that lies ahead. He’s a frequent guest on manufacturing podcasts where he shares his deep industry expertise. Brandon holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University.