Item # 13772 BRAND: Eastwood

Glass Bead Blast Media 100-170 Grit 50 lbs.

Works best on softer metals
like aluminum, brass and die-cast
Works best on softer metals
like aluminum, brass and die-cast
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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.

Product Overview:

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. Best for blasting delicate or thin metal parts.

See our Blast Media Selection Chart

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Guides & Accessories

Safety Information

Be sure to wear appropriate NIOSH-approved respiratory protection.

Accessories

 

Application Tips

100-170-Grit

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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: 2021-10-17

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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