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Abrasive Blast Intro Kit is rated 2.3333 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good, but only on small items Good product, and is complete. You can start blasting with everything in the kit, no need to go look for extra parts. Big problem is that unless you have a blast cabinet it is VERY messy. i had media all over my driveway. You need all protective gear listed in the manual, otherwise you end up arms stinging from the media because your hand is right next to the nozzle and from the media bouncing off the item it ends up in your hair and in your clothes.
Date published: 2013-05-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from bad product The fill hose was rotten. I replaced it with same type hose and it still would not pick up the material. Used different pressure settings and still would not work.
Date published: 2013-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from very poor did not work junk
Date published: 2014-07-28
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Will this take the protective coating off wheels?

Asked by: cbrq
Yes, it is capable of removing paint and other coatings from wheels.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-03-25

Will this work with the walnut shells media you sell?

Asked by: Col11
Yes it will. you will need to make sure to get larger nozzles for the walnut media though. 3mm-5mm
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-01-20

1) When using this glass media, can you blast over a tarp and reuse the media? Or is that just not worth the hassle and mess? 2) Can this kit also be used to blast with soda?

Asked by: g196
It is possible to reclaim and reuse the glass media. This system will also work with the soda media. In fact, we sell 10lb containers of soda to be used with this gun.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-10-22

What are the different spray tips pictured and are they included?

Asked by: Bens993
Hello, The different blast nozzle's that come with the gun are for the different media sizes. For example if you were going to use an 80 grit media you would use the larger size nozzle. With the larger size nozzle the more CFM and PSI will be required to operate the gun properly.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2014-10-07

What thread size is the air inlet coupling?

Asked by: FrederickLT
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Abrasive Blast Intro Kit

Item #13944 Brand: Eastwood

Try abrasive blasting on smaller jobs, without a big investment

Details

Give abrasive blasting a try with this introductory Abrasive Blasting Kit This kit lets you try abrasive blasting without a large initial investment. Just connect the blasting gun to your home compressor, put on your protective gear, and place the pickup tube in the bottle of ground glass blast media (included).
  • Suction head draws abrasive grit into the air stream
  • Trigger action lets you blast when and where you want
  • Ground glass media removes rust, paint and more
  • Requires 7 cfm at 80 psi

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About Abrasive Blast Intro Kit

Suction head draws the abrasive grit into the air stream to minimize surging or skipping, and accelerates the media. Silica-free, 40/70 ground glass abrasive blast media is a smart, non-hazardous substitute for silica sand and slag, and works best for paint, carbon and light rust removal.


Contents

Abrasive Blast Gun with pickup tube
Ground Glass Blast Media, 10 lbs.


Accessories

1377910LBS Additional Ground Glass Media - 10 lbs.
13779 Additional Ground Glass Media - 50 lbs.
11806 Automotive (Medium) Bicarbonate Soda Media
22095 Deluxe Sandblasting Hood
22044 Replacement Steel Nozzle Set
22043 Replacement Ceramic Nozzle Set


Safety

Use a properly fitted dust mask or respirator, safety glasses or safety shield, plus heavy gloves, long pants and a long-sleeve shirt to protect exposed skin. Make sure the deadman valve is operating properly by depressing the valve lever and releasing; the nozzle should close under its own spring pressure. If not, do not use the deadman valve until the spring or obstruction is repaired.