Heavy Duty Line Vac for Blasting Media Recovery

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Many times we will get the call from customers who are in the media blasting industry. Media blasting is used in many cases to clean or strip debris, residue, paint or other contamination from the surface of a variety of parts. This cleaning process is generally used to prepare a surface to receive further preparations or perhaps even a coat of primer or paint.

The media blasting process works very well. The only downside is that once the media is spent through the nozzle, it bounces off the part and lands on the ground or any other horizontal surface in the blasting room. So, clean-up after a session of blasting can become a real headache for the operators. Generally, they will want to recover the media for re-use as it can be quite expensive to purchase.

That’s where EXAIR comes in with our Heavy Duty Line Vac product. The Heavy Duty Line Vac has exceptionally high suction capability to move even the densest of blasting media back up into the supply hopper so it can be run through the system over and over. The highly abrasion resistant material of the Heavy Duty Line Vac has been tested with aggressive media such as ground glass and ground garnet and has a proven record of tolerance for moving such material without excessive wear. Other materials of construction like aluminum, stainless steel or hard anodized coatings will wear and degrade – the hardened alloy of the Heavy Duty Line Vac is the best choice for abrasive materials. 

Normally, customers in this industry will opt for the 1-1/2” or 2” model of our Heavy Duty Line Vac for their post blasting clean-up processes. It really takes a task that is true drudgery and turns it into a simple task. It takes the pain away for sure.

If you are in the blasting industry and have similar issues, we invite you to contact us and ask about the Heavy Duty Line Vac range of products. You will be glad you did.

Neal Raker, Application Engineer
nealraker@exair.com

 

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