This "Borum Industrial" Dual Media Blasting Kit lets you switch "on-the-fly" between soda and abrasive media, or a combination of both!
The Borum IndustrialDual Media Blasting Kit is perfect for a wide variety of surface preparation jobs such as removing paint, scale, rust and oxidisation.
Ideal for surface preparation on cars, trucks, machinery, steel, glass etching and much more.
Use the soda side to remove coatings on delicate substrates such as fibreglass, chrome or stainless... then easily switch on-the-fly to harsher abrasives such as crushed glass, glass bead or aluminium oxide to blast through heavy scale, rust or multiple coatings.
It's a must-have tool for restoration and maintenance workshops where rust and paint removal are issues on multiple surfaces such as fibreglass, steel, aluminium, etc.
Each of the fully welded, powder-coated tanks holds 45kg of abrasive media (35 kg of soda) and works on as little as 10 CFM at 90 psi.
Included is a 3-metre thick wall blast hose designed for long life and manoeuvrability.
Durable wheels and built-in handle allow for easy transport.
Simply add abrasive media and soda, then hook up to an air supply and you're ready to blast.
TradeQuip Walnut Shells cannot be used in this mobile blasting unit.
Minimum Free Delivery required to operate this unit (using Medium grit and the Small nozzle) is 400 Litres per minute.
Recommended Compressor Air Supply Delivery is 600 Litres per minute.
Easy operation portable soda/sandblasting kit
Fully adjustable media flow with dual media mixing
The pressurised design provides 30% more power over the syphon type unit
Includes inline water trap regulator to prevent clogging
Replaceable ceramic blast nozzles
High gloss enamel protective finish
Durable rubber compound wheels
Includes safety mask, thread tape and media refill funnel
4x Ceramic Nozzle Tips 2.5, 3.2, 3.8 and 4.5mm (Replacement nozzle tips available separately)
Capacity: 75 Litre (Dual tank)
Working Pressure: 60-125psi
Air Delivery: 400-600 Litres per minute @ 125psi (dependent on nozzle size)
Abrasive Media Grit: 25-80
Abrasive Media Usage: 27-90kg @ 125psi per hour (dependant on nozzle size)
PLEASE NOTE: We recommend the use of personal protective equipment. Always wear a respiratory filter or mask over your mouth when operating this unit. You will create a cloud of abrasive media material and debris which should not be inhaled
Choosing the right abrasive media
Garnet Garnet is one of the last few abrasives that are naturally mined. It is an industrial gemstone that creates a profile virtually free of embedment, which makes it excellent for coating adhesion, as well as applications where low or no transfer of grit into the substrate can be tolerated. Garnet is generally used when paint, rust, and scale have to be removed from steel, such as car/truck frames, tanks, heavy machinery, farm equipment, etc. Garnet is one of the most economical abrasive and is the best choice for large blast projects. Best uses: rust removal, heavy scale removal, paint and coatings removal on heavy-gauge steel.
Crushed Glass Crushed Glass or Glass Beads would have to be one of the most popular forms of blast media and can be used on a variety of dustless blasting and abrasive blasting projects across all industry sectors. Using crushed glass means you know you are using an eco-friendly and recycled product that helps the environment. If you’re looking to achieve a smooth, bright finish, glass beads can be your best option. Glass beads are also recyclable and can be used up to 100 times before replacement, making them an extremely cost-effective option. Glass bead media works well on soft metals like aluminium and brass as well as plastic. Works with a blasting gun or in a blast cabinet.
Steel Grit Steel grit offers a more angular shape and sharper texture. It can be used to remove rust, paint or scale from steel surfaces. Steel Grit works well in many tough applications such as railway maintenance, structural steel and in foundries. Steel Grit Abrasive Media is made up of sharp cutting angular particles that clean by cutting and etching into the surface which usually results in an etched surface with well-defined anchor pattern. Steel Grit can also be used in blasting cabinets for surface preparation as its sharp edge will gradually round over as the abrasive is recycled. The durability and resistance to impact fatigue of Steel Grit provide maximum cleaning efficiency at the most economical cost.
Why Bi-Carbonate Soda Media?
Soda will not harm glass, plastics, fibreglass or chrome surfaces. It's used to remove paint coatings from a multitude of different surfaces without etching the surface or warping metal like more aggressive media materials. It's the best way to strip paint from fibreglass panels on boats or cars. Can also be successfully used to strip paint from urethane or SMC bumper fascia's.
About the Borum brand:
Our “heavy-duty commercial” range of Borum Industrial equipment has been manufactured to exacting standards for the past 34 years.
We specify industrial quality components and design to ensure a long and durable working life in commercial transport, mining, earthmoving and railway environments.
Our Borum Industrial range of equipment is focused on achieving world-class professional standards, reliability, quality, and are covered by a 12-month trade use warranty.
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