Sandblasting Booths & Rooms Small to Large Industrial

America’s expert supplier of Industrial Sandblasting Booths

With over 40 years of experience in design, engineering and servicing sandblast rooms and booths in America, Australia, and globally, BlastOne is the undisputed industry expert.

Unparalleled support is available from our teams in branch offices across the United States.


BlastOne designs and builds high performance sandblasting rooms and booths for many Industrial Applications – from small containerized blast rooms to Multi-Million Dollar Blast and Paint facilities for Ship Sections. We design and construct the sandblasting booths and rooms to suit your application and your budget. Simply tell us what you’re trying to do, and we’ll work with you and your team to ensure you can get it done within the time frame required and your budget constraints.

We are committed to a new generation of sandblasting booth and room solutions.

  • Reduce Costs
  • Improve Quality and Productivity
  • Lower Maintenance
  • Cleaner and Safer Environment

Your Challenge is within our Scope

From the smallest to the largest blastroom, BlastOne has the ability supply your needs

Economy Blastroom

economy blastrooms

If you are looking for an ultra cost effective blast room and only have a very small amount of blasting to do, a budget “pre-engineered” blast room may be the solution for you.
Budget blast rooms are made from pre-engineered panels, and typically clients self install them. Typically running costs are higher, and system longevity is lower.
Maximum size 16′ wide x 10′ wide x 26′ long.


Steel Fabricators
Manufacturing or Refinishing
Job Shops

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Portable Shipping Container Blastrooms

Portable Shipping Container Blastroom

The BlastOne Shipping Container Blast Room is manufactured by using standard 20′ or 40′ shipping containers and retrofitting with blasting equipment.
Container Blast Rooms can be customized to suit your specific requirements, however the usual specifications are listed below under the specifications section. These facilities have a recovery system in the wall so all the abrasive needs to be shoveled back up into a wall mounted hopper for recycling.


Fixed or Portable
Blasting under 10 hours per week
Work pieces less than 5′ wide
Manufacturing or Refinishing
Job Shops

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Temporary Dome Shelter Blastrooms

Temporary Dome Shelter Blastroom

BlastOne temporary sandblast facilities are the ideal solution for on-site or extra large blasting projects that need to be completed on time and on budget. They are easy to implement and maintain and remain relocatable and de-mountable ready for the next time once the job is done.


Large project sites (tank farms, power plants, etc.)
Mining and earth moving equipment
Projects and overflow facilities
Refinery / chemical plant blast yards
Any application needing to blast & paint large items for a period of 1-5 yrs

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General Purpose Industrial Workshop Blastrooms

sandblasting booths Indoor Industrial Blastroom

The BlastOne General Purpose Sandblast Booths & Rooms is our standard offering for most applications for anyone involved in blasting over 10-15 hours per week.

Having a blast room in-house gives you the control you need over your production. These purpose-designed blast booths are built specifically for everyday blasting applications. A blast room will ensures your products have consistency of finish quality, and are completed within a predictable time frame – something you can have total control over.


Steel Fabricators
Manufacturing or Refinishing
Job Shops
Agricultural Machinery
Oil & Gas Components
OEM Manufacturers

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Shipyard Blastroom

shipyard blastroom

BlastOne Ship Module Sandblast Booths & Paint Rooms are large enclosed halls that are designed and engineered to provide ventilation and visibility for both painting and grit blasting. The abrasive recycling systems and high performance vacuums provide work efficiency, while humidity controlled air helps prevent oxidation and flash rusting of the steel between the blasting and coating processes.

Blasting & Painting can occur in a combination room so the work piece doesn’t have to be moved, or we can build separate halls for blasting & painting, where the work piece needs to be transported from blast to paint.


New ship/boat/marine construction
Oil & gas fabricated modules
Blasting & painting of barges, tugs, trawlers, etc

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*all prices on this page do not include tax

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Unique Blastroom Booth Engineering & Design Considerations

Optimizing your abrasive recovery and recycling in your new blast booth is very important. Understanding your choices for abrasive recycling is one of the most important discussions you can have when buying a new blast booth.

Abrasive Recovery Design Options

There are 5 main styles of abrasive recovery and recycling options typically used, each have a slightly different application, but basically the choices come down to how much blasting your will be doing per week.

If you are only blasting occasionally, a system which you shovel in the abrasive is a good option, when you start working 30hours + or having multiple blasters, you will be looking for a full floor recovery or partial recovery, to ensure you don’t have to spend time worrying about recycling the abrasive.

A BlastOne representatives can help guide you to make the right decisions.

shovel in abrasive hopper

Shovel in Hopper

sweep in abrassive hopper

Sweep-in Hopper

cross conveyor blasting abrasive recovery

Cross Conveyor

partial floor abrasive recovery

Partial Recovery

Full floor recovery abrasive blasting media

Full floor recovery

Sandblasting Booth Dust Collection and Airflow Design Options

Visibility and Productivity Enhancer

Its important to size your Dust Collector correctly; its makes a large impact on how well the blasters can see. The better you remove the dust from the blasters line of site, the more productive they will be. Many facility managers and companies believe that the size of the dust collector is the only thing that matters, don’t be fooled, the management of the airflow is very important as well. Sizing, design and placement of the Air intake plenums, exhaust plenums and ductwork is very important, an incorrectly designed system can halve your effective visibility.

Safety, Health and Environmental Considerations

There is growing concern around airborne dust being a hazard to the workers. If you are using a dusty abrasive, removing rust or heavy coatings you will be creating a lot of dust in your blastroom. Getting the dust collection right means the blaster can move safely around the blastroom, and the dust doesn’t escape into the rest of your facility. Dust Collection system are designed to create a negative air environment in your blastroom to ensure that the nuisance dust is contained and doesn’t spread.

Dust collector size and placement

Dust Collector size
and placement

intake air plenums for spray booths

Intake Plenums

paint booth exhaust plenums

Exhaust Plenums

Ductwork planning blast and paint booth

Ductwork Planning

Airflow Ventilation mapping


Productivity Enhancement Design Options for Sandblasting Booths

The initial investment to enhance your day-to-day productivity can pay off for years to come. If you can find a cost effective way inside your budget to increase your productivity, it can give you a competitive edge.

The simplest solution like upgrading your blast equipment to a higher performance style, which many only cost an additional $3-4,000 could increase your blasting speed by 10%, that’s 10% faster whenever you blast… Here are a few examples that we help customers with;

Sandblasting Booth Material Handling Options

What are you blasting? How large/heavy is it? How do you plan to move it around?

These are some very important questions that need to be asked about material handling… Every facility is different, if you are designing a new facility, you have one chance to get it right. If upgrading an existing facility, you need to look at what material handling options will work in with what I already have….

There are many options and ways to move product through your blast and paint area, but here are a few options that we work with all the time, that could be a consideration for your new facility. Talk to one of our reps about your options, and find a way that will increase your productivity.

Ring our consultants today on 1-800-999-1881 to discuss your sandblasting booth or room requirements.


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