Suction Blasting Gun Kit
Low cost Blaster
This is a low cost and good way to sand blast items. Very easy to set up and use, just hook up air and stick the syphon tube in a bag of sand. I sucks the sand up real well. I do recomend a good quality moisture filter in your air line to stop excess moisture build up. All in all a pretty good product for the $.
May 14, 2012
Good quality for the price. Used it to blast light corrosion off of a thin steel door skin with crushed walnut shell abrasive, & heavier rust off of 1/4" steel with steel shot. Also introduced powdered insecticide into the soffits on my home to solve a Yellow Jacket problem - my blaster is not just for blasting anymore!
The only negative so far... no user guide. Air pressure/cfm adjustments require experimenting, which can waste time & abrasive.
October 12, 2011
Great product for little money! Great for small projects, Would be good for larger projects too if you're not in a hurry!
June 1, 2010
This is a cheap way to get into sand blasting. I used this kit to blast the rust off a jeep axle. Worked well.
April 30, 2010
great blaster for the money
The shipping was very quick. The kit was easy to set up and get started. Works good, not as good as a booth that costs a couple grand, but can't be beat for the cost and the portability.
February 16, 2010
I used this sand blaster to restore my chevrolet nova. Overall I'm very impressed with this blaster. The spray pattern is about the size of a quarter. Not that big but not to bad. I did my entire trunk, and interior in about 3 five hour days. I'm really o.c.d. with it though.. because it's so fun to watch the layers and layers of paint being blown off in seconds. Sandblasters are only as strong as the compressors. Being this sandblaster is siphon fed, rather then a pressure pot, it need's more pressure to keep it going. I used a titan 5hp gas compressor, (used for contractors with nailing roofing) it has twin 5 gallon tanks and shoots 15 cfm at 90 psi. Overall I love this gun. I used silica sand in it, till i read somewhere that you can die from exposure to it by a illness called silicosis. SO DON'T SAVE A DIME AND USE SAND.
September 3, 2009
Could be better
I had borrowed a cheap Sear sand blasting unit but I also had one I bought at a garage sale that didn't have a gun. I thought I'd buy this one so I could return the one I borrowed. Had them both at the same time and switched back and forth testing the two. The other had porcelain head and this one is steel, not sure if that what made the difference but the other one really out-did this one. This one did work ok if it was the only way to go but since I had the other one I put this away and just used the other for the job. If I do more I'll probably try the more expensive units and see it they work better.
November 20, 2008
Suction Blasting Gun Kit
The product works as advertised. I am fully satisfied with it.
August 11, 2008
Works as advertised
This was a replacement gun for an old sandblasting cabinet [original gun nozzle overly worn]. I liked that it had extra nozzles.
April 18, 2008
Have a Blast!
My wife wanted me to fix up an old lamp, a kind of wrought iron type of thing. I took it all apart to sand and paint, but could not get sand paper in the curls of iron especially where two pieces of metal met. This simple sand blaster did the trick. Just put the steel pipe into a bucket of sand (be sure to sift it first and get the stones out) connect the hoses (air hose and sand supply hose) and blast away. For small projects like the lamp just blast it out side. You don't need a cabinet and you can buy sand at the local hardware store.
Excellent product for occasional blasting!
April 16, 2008