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Eastwood Small-Job Blasting Systems

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Try abrasive or soda blasting on smaller jobs, without a big investment


Give abrasive or soda blasting a try with these introductory Blasting Kits

  • Suction head draws media into the air stream
  • Trigger action lets you blast exactly where you want
  • Requires 7 cfm at 80 psi
  • 10 lbs. of blasting media included (ground glass or soda)

These kits kit lets you try abrasive or soda blasting on smaller jobs, without a large initial investment. You'll realize the benefits of quickly removing rust and coatings down to clean bare metal in a fraction of the time it would take using other methods. Just connect the blasting gun to your home compressor, put on your protective gear, and place the pickup tube in the bottle of media (included).

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About Eastwood Small-Job Blasting Systems

Suction head draws the soda or abrasive media into the air stream to minimize surging or skipping, and accelerates the media.

Environmentally friendly, specially formulated Soda Blast Media strips paint without using chemicals, and without damaging metal. Maintenance "M" formulation has medium-sized crystals to blast-away old enamels, urethane, epoxies and lacquer coatings.

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.


Soda Blasting Intro Kit includes:
Abrasive Blast Gun with pickup tube
Soda Blast Media (Maintenance), 10 lbs.

Abrasive Blasting Intro Kit includes:
Abrasive Blast Gun with pickup tube
Ground Glass Blast Media, 10 lbs.


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


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Wear 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.

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