Item # 22005 BRAND: Eastwood

Pressure Blaster Pull Up Gasket

Provides an airtight seal for pull-up plunger on 22008, 22011, 50096 blasters
Provides an airtight seal for pull-up plunger on 22008, 22011, 50096 blasters
Pressure Blaster Pull Up Gasket is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Pressure Blaster Pull Up Gasket

Description

This durable rubber gasket provides an air-tight seal for the pull-up plunger on our Model 100 (22008) and 110 (22011) (50096) pressure blasters.

Contents

Red Color

Accessories

Eastwood Pressure Blaster Pull Up Gasket Airtight Seal For Pull-Up Plunger On Eastwood Soda Blaster And Pressure Blaster Model 110

Application Tips

This durable rubber gasket provides an air tight seal for the Pull-Up plunger on our Model 100 (22008) and 110 (22011) pressure blasters. To remove old gasket carefully peel away from the locating channel (EDGES ARE SHARP!!!) and push in the replacement.

Safety Information

Exercise care when replacing gasket. The edges of the channel the gasket fits in are sharp.
WARNING: Blasting emits abrasive under pressure. Adequate respiratory, eye, & body protection must be worn during use. Inhalation of silica particles can cause cancer & other deadly diseases. Wear NIOSH- approved respiratory protection during operation

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replacement gasket did the trick The replacement gasket made my blaster work like new, fit right in and made a perfect seal, thanks Eastwood
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gasket Deteriorated Over Time I have bought two of these. The first deteriorated into a sticky gooey mess that had to be picked and scraped out of the pressure blaster. This gasket is also overpriced. I am looking for an alternative, but needed to get the pressure blaster online so I bought another. It does fit and does seal the opening, but having to replace it every couple years due to deterioration is not a good value. Eastwood knows about this problem from others commenting on this item on their the website-the initial response was “we have never heard of this before”. Well, here’s another, this does not appear to be an isolated case.
Date published: 2021-07-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What a rip off I needed a new gasket for my Eastwood 101 Pressure pot because the original actually melted inside the vessel. $50 for a new gasket plus shipping was almost $70, almost 10% of the original purchase price. What a "Rip-Off", no simple rubber gasket should cost this much. Screw the customer!!! Never again will I buy from you.
Date published: 2021-04-15
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Questions & Answers

I put the new gasket in last fall and first used it yesterday. The gasket is mushy and is deteriorating like urethanes do. It come apart and I took it out. What should I put in that will last?

Asked by: JoeHoff
I had the same thing happen to my replacement gasket purchased from Eastwood-lasted a couple of years and then got mushy.  Now you guys have heard of this twice, and over $50 for something that goes mushy is pretty steep.
Answered by: PMN1
Date published: 2021-03-25

How is the Pressure Blaster Pull Up Gasket Replaced on Model 100/110 Blasters ?

Asked by: Bob M
Replacing this gasket will take some time to do. You will need to make sure that the blaster is very clean so your new gasket will stick up inside the blaster. Removal of the old gasket will require you to pry off the old gasket, than carefully fold it half to slide it out through the hole at the top of the unit. then work it up and stretch it over the handle. When you remove the old gasket from the unit pay close attention as to which side was facing up, as the new gasket will only go on one way. To install the new gasket, reverse your procedure and then you will need to seat the gasket up and under the top of the blaster. Also, be very careful not to damage the pre-applied adhesive when stretching the new gasket over the handle and folding it through the hole.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2021-03-27

Does the gasket fit on the tank or the plunger?

Asked by: PhilB
This gasket fits to the tank itself.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-11-09

Is there a specific sealer/adhesive recommended for use with new gasket? Thanks.

Asked by: JoePiewagon
You will have to press this by hand at first. Then the first time pressure is applied it will do the rest and keep it in.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2016-05-11
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