Item # 12111 BRAND: Eastwood

3-Pack Ceramic/Rubber Blast Nozzle 2.5MM ID

Designed to be extremely efficient with CFM usage and extended life
Designed to be extremely efficient with CFM usage and extended life
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3-Pack Ceramic/Rubber Blast Nozzle 2.5MM ID

Product Overview:

Description

Pack of 3 Replacement Nozzles 2.5mm ID for the (51117) 50 LB. Pressure Blaster, (51118) 100 Lb. Pressure Blaster and the (51119) 200 lb. Pressure Blaster. Requires 7 cfm at 80 psi.

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Contents

Pink And Black

Guides & Accessories

Safety Information

Always follow all instructions and warnings and wear proper eye, ear, skin and respiratory protection. When using chemicals always consult MSDS and product data sheets for proper safety precautions.

Accessories

Eastwood 2.5 Mm Id Ceramic Rubber Blast Nozzles Tips Abrasive Sand Blaster Blasting For Sand Blasting Gun Cabinet Pack Of 3

Application Tips

Requires 7 Cfm At 80 Psi

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Questions & Answers

what is difference of soda blaster to pressure blaster? they look like they operate the same. can you run soda in a pressure blaster?

Asked by: survey9
There is no difference between a pressure blaster and a soda blaster. The only ones that you will have to watch out for are the ones that say abrasive blaster. The ones that say abrasive blaster will not be able to use soda unless you have a retro fit kit that will convert the abrasive blaster into a soda blaster.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2021-02-10

Nozzles are usually sized in mm.  I need 3mm. Will these work..?

Asked by: MonRow
These are 0.098" ID nozzles, which is 2.489 mm (2.5 mm).
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-02-03
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3-Pack Ceramic/Rubber Blast Nozzle 2.5MM ID
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