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Gibson Abrasive Equipment Newsletter – Choosing The Right Wheel Equipment – February 2021

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 […]

Gibson Abrasive Equipment Newsletter – Wheel Blasting Stainless Fabrications – December 2020

Wheel or Air Blasting Stainless Fabrications? Most stainless blast applications are done utilizing air blast delivery methods. Air blast could require an operator reaching into a blast cabinet or operating inside a blast room. The use of stainless shot or grit in a wheel blast system drastically cuts down on blast time, involvement from an […]

Gibson Abrasive Equipment Newsletter – July 2020

Gibson 24×60 Dual Chamber Spinner Hanger A wealth of knowledge and experience in sales, service and manufacturing has contributed to the steady success of our company. Our product line is continually expanding to meet the needs and challenges of the marketplace. The quality of our equipment, coupled with competitive pricing, has captured the attention of […]

Gibson Abrasive Equipment Newsletter – June 2020

GIBSON 84XT STANDARD TABLE BLAST SYSTEM A wealth of knowledge and experience in sales, service and manufacturing has contributed to the steady success of our company. Our product line is continually expanding to meet the needs and challenges of the marketplace. The quality of our equipment, coupled with competitive pricing, has captured the attention of […]

Fully Automated Monorail Blast Systems For 24-Hour Production

The Gibson Monorail Blast System is a fully automated blast system designed for 24-hour production. Systems are typically used in applications blasting heavier parts at a high rate. Blast systems are easily integrated into the rest of the production flow such as paint lines. Gibson Monorail Blast Systems offer the ability to utilize a blasting […]

Choosing The Right Wheel Equipment Begins With Asking the Right Questions

Here are some questions to ask to determine what type of Gibson equipment that you need. What needs to be done to the part surface? Does it 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, […]

Introducing The New Gibson 15BB Tumble Blast System

  Gibson 15 cubic ft. Tumble Blast System Standard Features: • (1) 30 HP C-face Direct Drive 15” Blast Wheel Assembly • Manganese Roof, Barrelhead Liners, Cabinet Liners, & Door Liner • Cross Rigid Mill Belt • Mill drive motor amp spike sensor (for the mill belt jam protection) • Abrasive Low-Level Sensor • Dual […]