Best In Class USA Manufacturer of Premium Abrasive Blasting Equipment

We are a leader in wheel-blasting technology, including equipment solutions for shot blasting, shot peening, and customized engineered systems

The optimal shot-blast equipment solution starts with a discussion about your surface preparation requirements and a proposed processing method. As an original equipment manufacturer, we forge strong relationships with many premier companies. We offer short lead-times, unbiased processing recommendations and an experienced staff to assist in every phase from design to completed orders. For over 20 years, Gibson has been a trusted partner in the wheel blast equipment industry. Our 100% focus on shot-blasting solutions has made us very good at what we do.

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Latest News


Up until now, air blast rooms have long been the industry standard for abrasive blasting of large parts up to 10’ x 12’ simply due to the scalability offered when enclosing the human operator within the blast chamber. But at Gibson we like to ask, “What if there is a better way?” The answer is …
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Expedite cleaning, peening, deburring, profiling, finishing and many other surface conditioning tasks! Gibson’s new TB120 Table Blast System takes the operator out of the blast room. The system features a 120” diameter, 10,000 lb. capacity manganese steel turntable, a ¼” thick steel front swing door, and two 15” diameter 20 HP Direct Drive Blast Wheels. …
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choosing the right wheel blast equipment

Does your application require shot peening, cleaning, deburring, deflashing, or just surface preparation? Brief definitions: Peening – To stress relieve or harden the surface of a part. Cleaning – Remove rust, scale or just a generally even look. Deflashing – Removing flash under 1” in size. Deburr – To roll the edge of a part, tame down a sharp …
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