Lean & Mean with Exceptional Customer Service
Since 1953, Titan Abrasive has kept its costs down by selling directly to our customers – from big companies, such as GE Aviation, to small businesses across the U.S. Other manufacturers boast about their large network of nationwide distributors, but Titan walks the talk: we cut the middleman and pass the savings to you.
We run lean and mean and pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service, super smart engineering department, and our on-the-ground installers who ensure your blast rooms, blast cabinets and other components are properly installed and working to peak efficiency.
Brandon Acker, President
Brandon purchased Titan Abrasive from his uncle in 2013 after having spent five years at Titan learning the ins and outs of the business. Since then, he has been in the process of completely redesigning and upgrading the entire product line. Brandon holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University.
Brandon is passionate about American manufacturing, the jobs it creates, the quality produced, and the bright future that lies ahead. It’s why he sources Made in the USA components for Titan’s blast room equipment.
Brian Smith, VP Engineering
Brian is our resident SOLIDWORKS wizard and brains behind the operation. With over 20 years of abrasive air blast equipment design and engineering, Brian works closely with Brandon on all custom blast and equipment projects as well as lending his considerable expertise into coming up with new approaches to blast room system design.
Ken Cloonan, Chief Installer
Ken has worked with Titan for almost 30 years. He began with the company as a welder, when he was still in high school, and has become one of Titans’s most valuable assets. His hands-on knowledge and expertise is invaluable. He works to ensure all Titan blast rooms are installed on-site per specification, provides on-site training, as well as oversees the installation crew.
Ken has owned and operated one of the east coast’s premiere media blast facilities since 1992.