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10/1/2015

Clemco’s Preassembled Blast Room Minimizes Installation Time

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This enclosure ships fully assembled with accessories on separate skids.

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Clemco Industrial Blast Facilities’ preassembled blast room (14 ft. long × 7 ft. wide × 8 ft. tall) is designed for use with fine glass bead and aluminum oxide, as well as other lightweight blast media. The system includes all components: room, M-Section pneumatic recovery system, media reclamation, 6-cu.ft. capacity blast machine, remote controls, a blast hose and nozzle, as well as an NIOSH-approved respirator, additional operator safety clothing and a 400-cfm dust collector. This enclosure ships fully assembled with accessories on separate skids; the shipment meets DOT size limitations for road transportation. 

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