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Hodge Clemco Enviraclean IND1250 Pressure Fed Shotblasting Cabinet

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Seen working by RSW, Good Condition
Stock No
Hodge Clemco
IND 1250 comp XM
Year of Manufacture
Seen working by RSW, Good Condition
Work Envelope (WxDxH mm) [?]
1120 x 970 x 970
Work Handling Method
Other Info
Unrestricted Front Loading Access
Our Central Warehouse, Aldridge, UK
Weight (kgs)
570 +270 + 250 (1090)
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm) [?]
1450 x 1300 x 1950


Pressure feed hand blast cabinets are essential when removing heavy corrosion, tough coatings or when high production rates are required. Cleaning rates are up to 5 times the speed of a suction cabinet and are suitable for use with heavier, long life abrasives such as iron and steel. Pressure feed machines are commonly used in high production environments or on applications such as alloy wheel refurbishment and cleaning heavy castings.

Feature include:

  • Safety switch controlled, twin opening doors to the front with an upper opening door with glass viewing panel.
  • Large work chamber area.
  • High visibility chamber with large viewing window and internal lighting.
  • Glove aperture carefully designed to accommodate users of different heights and facilitate easy and safe component handling.
  • Supplied with a Hodge Clemco 1446 PD5500 blast pot and cyclone pre separation unit.
  • Manual stop start.
  • Supplied with a matching Dantherm Filtration reverse pulse dust collector.
  • Fully rubber lined cabinet.
  • High quality Dantherm, Reverse pulse jet cartridge cleaning, dust extractor.
  • Dantherm-model MJ09-22-22. S No: 061231800 400v 3Ph 50Hz 3Kw Fan S No:028015.

Suitable Materials Processing:


  • Removal of corrosion, millscale, coatings
  • Deburring
  • Peening
  • Surface preparation
  • Cosmetic surface finishing
  • Brazing flux removal


  • Composites
  • Rubber
  • Deflashing of mouldings
  • Texturing of plastic surfaces
  • Coating removal from composites and plastics
  • Mould cleaning
  • Surface etching for material bonding


  • Epoxy resin removal
  • Glass etching and frosting

Decorative or functional etching

  • Ceramics
  • Etching or removal of imperfections
  • Wood, ageing or distressing


  • External cabinet: 1425mm x 1300mm x 1960mm
  • Working area in cabinet: 1140mm x 900mm x 500mm
  • Pressure pot external dimensions: 800mm x 700mm x 2000mm
  • Extractor External dimensions: 1060mm x 1200mm x 2100mm  
  • Air consumption ( Range with a 7mm nozzle): 15-40 cfm
  • 70Ltrs Dust collection bucket

What is Shot Blasting?

Shot Blasting can be used as a catch all term for a wide range of similar industrial processes. It is also called abrasive cleaning or abrasive surface finishing. During the shot blasting process a media material is fired at an object to remove remove burrs, flashing, paint, scale or rust and clean and smooth (or sometimes intentionally roughen) the surface.

There are several mechanical methods used to propel the media material including using compressed air or water streams, or airless methods such as wheel blasting.

The media used also differs depending on the results needed but the catch all term is shot, hence shot blasting. The shape, size and weight of the media will determine the outcome. Frequently a metal shot is used including steel grit, copper shots, and aluminum pellets. Some methods of shot blasting use silica sand (sand blasting - not in some countries due to health risks), glass beads (bead blasting), sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or crushed nuts shells or kernels.

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Photographs taken prior refurbishment. Our refurbishment service is not available on all machines.