BCP Introduces New Airblast Product Brochure

Monday, April 23, 2001
OSHA Safety concerns call for the use of enclosed blast cleaning. With blast cleaning rooms becoming popular, sound design and engineering precepts are priorities for any blast cleaning equipment manufacturer.

BCP, a division of USF Surface Preparation Group, helped to pioneer the design and manufacture of advanced airblast systems for more than half a century. The company has just completed a 12-page product guide that highlights a wide range of custom designed BCP airblast rooms and components including paint booths, recovery floor, room arrangements, and Schmidt abrasive control valves.

BCP airblast rooms can be custom designed for any application requirements and are designed to complement existing facilities. Room arrangements can be either Flow-Thru or In-Out. Additional allowances can be made for the use of optional design features such as internal hoists, bi-fold doors and dual media separation.


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