Item # 13772 BRAND: Eastwood

Glass Bead Blast Media 100-170 Grit 50 lbs.

Works best on softer metals<br>like aluminum, brass and die-cast
Works best on softer metals<br>like aluminum, brass and die-cast
Glass Bead Blast Media 100-170 Grit 50 lbs. is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
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Works best on softer metals
like aluminum, brass and die-cast
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Glass Bead Blast Media 100-170 Grit 50 lbs.

Description

Glass Bead Blast Media: all-purpose abrasive for all types of metals, many plastics.

  • 100-170-grit
  • Use at maximum 60 psi
  • 50-lb. bag
  • Meets mil spec MIL G9954A for size uniformity

Glass bead blast media works best on softer metals like aluminum, brass and die-cast. Also works for paint, carbon and rust removal.

See our Blast Media Selection Chart



Best for blasting delicate or thin metal parts.

Specifications

50 lbs glass bead media mesh blast blasting abrasive bag all type metal many plastic 100 170 grit plastic 60 psi

Contents

Meets Mil Spec Mil G9954A For Size Uniformity

Accessories

Eastwood 50-Lb Glass Bead Media Mesh Blasting Abrasive In Bag For All Types Of Metals, Many Plastics 100-170 Grit

Application Tips

100-170-Grit

Consumables

50-Lb. Bag

Safety Information

Be sure to wear appropriate NIOSH-approved respiratory protection.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Works great so far did a few metal parts and my whole swing arm and dirt bike pets and it did the job
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice consistent glass bead medium! Used on aluminum motorcycle parts (wheel hubs, rocker covers), and got a nice satiny finish with no damage.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glass bead blast I have been using glass bead blast for over 20 years. It works well for paint prep. and rust.
Date published: 2015-01-27
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Questions & Answers

What happens if you exceed the 60 psi rating when blasting?

Asked by: Stanley Spadowski
I just recently asked Eastwood tech support this same question and I was told that instead of the blast media bouncing back as it hits the surface of what's being blasted, it shatters and turns to a fine dust quickly destroying and wasting the blast media you spent money on. It's unlikely the higher pressure will do damage to what you're blasting with glass bead media. I initially didn't follow the instructions of 60 psi maximum on the regulator gauge with the gun triggered and went through a full bag quickly, turning it to a fine powder blasting in the range of 100-120 psi.
Answered by: Ken N
Date published: 2020-12-22

What is the best media to use in a B60 blast cabinet for prepping aluminum wheels for powder coating ?

Asked by: Chad77
For a softer metal like this, we typically recommend Ground Glass or Glass bead as other media would be too aggressive.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-10-02

Will this remove chrome?

Asked by: George72
This will not remove chrome.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-10-02

Do you recommend the 70/100 or 100/170 for Glass bead-blasting ordnance stainless steel to achieve a more non-reflective satin stainless look? I'm trying to minimize hand prints while also trying to avoid a rough-feeling finish. Many thanks!

Asked by: Just An Old Coot
The 70/100 would be a more aggressive media. The 100/170 would be the better choice between the two medias.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-10-02

i need to remove a clear coat off of some aluminum fork lowers which will then be powder coated which media would work best for this job

Asked by: Gabriel
The best media to use to remove clear on aluminum before powder coating would be glass bead.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-10-02

Is this glass beads media comparable to white 220 grit?

Asked by: Mike
This glass bead is 100-170 grit. It will be slightly more coarse than 220 grit.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2020-10-02
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Glass Bead Blast Media 100-170 Grit 50 lbs.
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