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    Eastwood 200-lb. Pressure Abrasive Blaster

    Item #51119 Brand: Eastwood

    Huge 200-lb. blaster has large, high-flow valves to speed rust/paint removal


    Huge 200-lb. "High-Flow" Pressure Blaster helps you remove rust and paint faster Bigger is better, both in media capacity and blasting volume! Eastwood's 200-lb.-capacity, "High-Flow" Pressure Blaster features high-volume, extra-large valves, which means more air volume and more abrasive flow for faster removal of rust and paint.
    • Extra-large 200-lb. media capacity
    • Large 1/2"-I.D. blaster hose and fittings
    • 8'-long, heavy-wall blast hose with deadman valve
    • 4 ceramic nozzles included
    • All-steel welded top-loading hopper and pressure gauge
    • Requires just 10 cfm at 90 psi

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    About Eastwood 200-lb. Pressure Abrasive Blaster

    Just connect to a compressor, put on appropriate hood and respiratory protection, fill with abrasive and blast. Built for the professional, with a sturdy welded hopper, 1/2" heavy-duty nozzle, heavy-wall blast hose and safety pressure-relief valve, so it's rugged, durable, and very efficient. Don't skimp with one of those low-cost units that frustrate you with clogging and sporadic media spraying. This Eastwood pressure blaster completely strips the average frame in less than a day, rather than weeks using other units or methods. Designed for high flow with minimal air input; a compressor producing a minimum of 10 cfm at 90 psi will work fine.

    Rolls easily to your job site. For best results and the most efficient operation, use clean, dry, 80-grit or finer abrasive media. 1-year limited warranty.


    200-lb.-capacity Blaster (60-120 minutes of blasting)
    Blast Hood
    Moisture Separator
    1/2"-ID x 8'-long Hose
    4 Ceramic Nozzles (2.0, 2.5, 3.0 and 5.0mm)


    Click here for instuctions


    WARNING: Blasting emits abrasive under pressure. Adequate respiratory, eye, and body protection must be worn during use. Inhalation of silica-based media particles have been known to cause cancer and other deadly diseases, and must be avoided. Wear NIOSH- approved respiratory protection while operating this equipment.

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