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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
100 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:
- Safety first: Put on protective gear such as goggles, gloves, and a respirator to shield yourself from flying particles and dust inhalation.
- Prepare the work area: Set up a controlled environment by covering nearby objects and ensuring proper ventilation to minimize the spread of abrasive particles.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Inspect the progress: Periodically, you should stop and assess the surface to determine if it has achieved the desired level.
- 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.
- 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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