BLASTING EQUIPMENT & AIR DRYERSIn Louisiana, Mississippi, California, Alabama, Washington, Virginia, Connecticut, Florida, & Ohio

Need to rent sandblasters, abrasive blasters, blast pots, or air dryers? Look no further!

Abrasive Blast Pots are used in numerous industries for a variety of applications. MES’s expansive rental fleet can accommodate your upcoming needs quickly. In addition, MES’s state-of-the-art metering valve options can precisely regulate abrasive material to ensure you are operating as efficiently as possible. Regardless of the location or your preferred blasting set-up, we have a blast pot to suit your needs, with 1 to 10 outlet set-ups.

We also have air drying systems that use desiccant tablets to remove moisture from your blast lines in all necessary sizes!

1.5 CF – 1,200 CF

Reach out to MES today to discuss your upcoming needs so we can make the best recommendation for your job!


When you need additional blasters on your jobsite, MES has the blast pot for you. Our pots are readily available and most can be transported without the use of third-party logistic companies. If you’re near one of the MES shops, you’re welcome to pick the unit up yourself to save on freight costs!


With different jobs requiring different levels of manpower, MES has the blast pot for your job. With our expansive rental fleet, we can supply 1.5 CF single outlet units up to a two piece, 1,200 CF option with 8-10 outlets. This allows you the flexibility to ramp up a small job or a large job, without expending additional resources on purchasing new assets. It also gives you the option to try out larger pots to see if these pots fit into your business model.


The blast pots that MES offer have a variety of options, ranging from electric to pneumatic, small or large, trailer or skid mounted, as well as various types of pinch valves or metering valves. MES can accommodate whatever set-up you use, to ensure your team has zero-learning curve and work-place productivity is not delayed. Reach out to MES to discuss your job set up and how we can accommodate you.

Choosing the Right Blasting EquipmentWhat do you need to consider for your next project?

What type of Blasting Media Are You Using?

The choice of blasting media significantly impacts the selection of appropriate equipment. Various abrasives, such as silica sand for standard sandblasting or baking soda for soda blasting, require specific blast pot designs to accommodate their unique properties. Specialty media like plastic beads or glass beads may necessitate adjustments to blast pot configurations to optimize performance, emphasizing the importance of understanding media characteristics for selecting the right blasting equipment.

What is the Desired Blasting Pressure and Flow Rate?

The desired blasting pressure and flow rate play important roles in determining the size and power requirements of a sandblaster, abrasive blaster, or blast pot for your application. Blasting pressure dictates the force with which abrasive media impacts the surface, crucial for removing coatings or contaminants effectively. Higher pressure is often needed for tougher surfaces, while delicate ones may require lower pressure to prevent damage. Flow rate, on the other hand, governs the volume of abrasive material delivered per unit of time, affecting the speed and efficiency of the process. Both factors directly influence the size and power of the equipment needed, with higher pressure and flow rates necessitating larger and more powerful equipment for consistent performance. Compatibility with chosen abrasive media is also crucial, as different materials may require specific pressure and flow conditions for optimal results.

What is the Size and Shape of the Surface Being Blasted?

The size and shape of the surface you will blast are critical considerations that directly impact the selection of blast nozzles and hoses for the job. Larger surfaces may require larger blast nozzles and hoses to cover the area efficiently, while smaller surfaces may need smaller, more precise equipment. Additionally, the shape of the surface plays a role in determining the type of blast nozzle required. Complex or irregular surfaces may require specialty nozzles designed to reach into tight spaces or provide adjustable spray patterns for optimal coverage. Conversely, flat or uniform surfaces may allow for the use of standard blast nozzles. By attentive when assessing the size and shape of the surface to be blasted, you can ensure the selection of appropriate equipment to achieve the desired results.