Change How You Blast Components – with a Titan High-Performance Blast Cabinet
When we began the redesign process for the Titan Blast Cabinet, we knew we wanted to solve the problems associated with traditional blast cabinets: leaky doors, poor lighting, wimpy sheet metal legs, energy inefficiencies, etc.
Basically, all the annoying problems that detract from a positive, and high performance, blast experience.
Since its introduction in 2020, we’ve received tremendous feedback from customers on how the Titan Blast Cabinet has changed the way they blast.
A farm equipment OEM took delivery of a Titan 4848 model, and after a few weeks of use, wrote to say, “You said your cabinets were high performance. You weren’t kidding. This thing is a beast!”
The US Air Force relies on two (separate) Titan 4848 models. “We’re enjoying our blast cabinets tremendously,” wrote the customer. When was the last time you heard anyone say they enjoy blasting?!
Not to be outdone, the U.S. Navy purchased a Titan 9648 for use at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, FL. The 9648 is actually two models bolted together to make one longer cabinet. We can bolt any two same size models together. The beauty of this optional feature is that you don’t have to buy two complete systems. Win-win!
Museum staff and volunteers use the 9648 blast cabinet to restore aircraft, space craft command modules, and even flight decks for exhibition in and around the museum. (If you haven’t toured this museum, plan on doing so. It is amazing.)
Rugged, high-performance blasting
Our blast cabinet line is comprised of five models of varying interior sizes, with our largest model, the 6060 pictured above, boasting a full 60” of width and depth and 50” of height versus the standard 38” of our other models.
One problem we solved with the Titan Blast Cabinet is poor lighting. Titan’s patented LED window frame light improves operator safety and energy efficiency – while providing an exceptionally bright work area.
And, each Titan Blast Cabinet comes as a complete system, which includes:
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.