50 Lbs Tank Abrasive Blaster – Black Bull



  • Easily remove paint, rust and oxidation
  • 50 lbs tank with shut-off valve
  • 65 to 125 psi, 6 to 25 CFM
  • Moves 80-90 percent of air speed
  • 6 in. rubber wheels
  • Overall size: 13.8 in L x 16.5 in. W x 33.5 in. H

90 in stock


Remove oxidation, paint and rust with the Black Bull 50 Lbs Abrasive Blaster. You can use this steel sandblaster on a diverse amount of surfaces to be cleaned. Because it is designed for contractors and serious do-it-yourselfers, you can rely on its durable construction.  This steel sandblaster is an easy way for you to clean a variety of different surfaces including metal, wood, brick or concrete. The 50 Lbs Abrasive Blaster features a 50 lbs tank capacity with shut-off valve. The box includes everything you need to get started. Just connect to a compressor, put on safety gear and fill with abrasive sand.

An abrasive blaster, also known as a sandblaster, is a tool used for surface preparation, cleaning, and finishing tasks. It propels abrasive material at high speeds to remove rust, paint, scale, and other unwanted substances from various surfaces. Here’s a brief description of how to use an abrasive blaster:

  1. Safety first: Put on protective gear such as goggles, gloves, and a respirator to shield yourself from flying particles and dust inhalation.
  2. Prepare the work area: Set up a controlled environment by covering nearby objects and ensuring proper ventilation to minimize the spread of abrasive particles.
  3. Load the abrasive material: Fill the abrasive blaster’s hopper or container with the appropriate abrasive media, such as sand, glass beads, or garnet, according to the job requirements.
  4. Adjust the pressure: Set the air pressure on the compressor to the recommended level, considering the type of abrasive material and the surface you’re working on.
  5. Position the nozzle: Hold the abrasive blaster’s nozzle at a consistent distance from the surface, typically around 6-12 inches, and at an angle that provides optimal coverage.
  6. Engage the blaster: Activate the blaster by pulling the trigger or opening the flow valve, allowing a steady stream of abrasive particles to be propelled onto the surface.
  7. Move steadily: I learned the hard way, I need to maintain a smooth and even motion. I sweep the blaster across the surface to ensure uniform cleaning or stripping.
  8. Inspect the progress: Periodically, you should stop and assess the surface to determine if it has achieved the desired level.
  9. Finally, when the job is finished, I turn off the blaster. Then I begin the process of cleaning up my work area, and collecting any used abrasive material for disposal.
  10. Depending on the application, you may need to rinse or apply protective coatings to the newly cleaned surface.

I always follow instructions included in the box, because I know it will have detailed guidance on operation and maintenance.

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