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Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV)

Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV)

Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV) Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV)
$ 38.50

Score By Feature

Based on 1,050 ratings
Easy to use
8.48
Value for money
8.48
Suction power
7.78

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Product Description

The 10-foot high. As the hose draws the abrasive from the bucket or bag, a satin finish is left and is ready for painting or further pretreatment
Spray guns designed for siphon-feeding are designed to provide a broad range of abrasives including glass beads, aluminum oxide, steel grit, silicon carbide, walnut shells,
Sand blasters are ideal for craft work such as etching glass or weathering wood using the highly versatile AT122601AV sand blaster
The package includes a sandblast gun with ceramic nozzle, a 10-foot hose, a steel pick-up tube, and an Allen key
Campbell Hausfeld - The Air Power Expert - enables you to complete your projects faster and easier

Questions & Answers

To find out what kind of sand to use, how do you know its size/quality? This is a new experience for Thanks so much. ?

As a first step, I used 80 grit glass beads from TSC to remove paint and rust from the It was all I had to do to get another four uses out of the plastic sheet I used after sandblasting was sweep it up, screen it, and I was done. It wears down to dust regardless of the abrasive. I tried 40-speed and 60-speed abrasives. We used 60 grit garnet on an old radiator that was heavily coated, and it worked well. In spite of that, it remained intact for a longer period of time If you have screened it first, however, the play sand suggested in the other "answer" is a great option. It has proven to be effective for me to use 40 to 80 grit abrasives for metal cleaning. As far as what type of abrasive to use depends on your budget and environmental concerns.

Is there a compressor I need to buy in order to use this? Would you mind letting me know the type if you do?

The fact that you need to ask this question probably means you are also unaware that you must wear a In the case of silica/glass and any of the many other types of media, you will only have just enough time to realize you screwed up before you drown in your own body fluids. (Not a mask, but a full-on twin filter setup.) One of my friends was lucky enough to only lose 70% of his lung capacity and found almost dead by his brother on the garage floor after not knowing this. It's not a joke, I'm sorry to be graphic. If you do not wear one, you will die.

Would this work well for soda blasting?

Baking soda that I purchased and used was pure. It's a good deal at $25 for hammer brand). I like how it works through this gun very much.

Is this unit supplied with nozzles of a certain size? Also, how many cubic feet per minute will this system use?

About half or nine sixteenth of an inch is the diameter of the Nozzle at the end. Here are the five words I used. A 15 gallon tank can hold 180 lbs, and provides four square feet of air per minute. Everything went smoothly. There were times when the compressor had to pause. Aside from that, I also chopped the intake tube in half, which resulted in a huge improvement. I would suggest sifting common sand first. If a clog appears, you can try using a pump with one of the above methods. The clog is very easy to clear.

Selected User Reviews For Sand Blaster with 10 Foot Hose, Sand Blast Gun, and Wrench - Siphon Feed (Campbell Hausfeld AT122601AV)

There is no need to look farther
5/5

Having hit "Pay Dirt" is a great feeling. There have been a few of the "red" propane sand blasters I have owned (Fisher Harbor is a good brand There was no point in buying them. The funnel had to be used to fill them since they always clogged. Their nozzle would get eaten up really fast, at which point they would leak (badly). So I am sandblasting the tiles in my pool (fun! / (and I have never encountered a clog with this blaster. In a 5 gallon plastic bucket, I pour about 25 pounds of glass beads. A tablespoon is left at the end of the bucket after this baby sucks it through. Taking a chance was a risk for me. It was a good decision. I have never had a clog, the tip is still fine, and reloading glass is easy. Besides the 3M face shield, I also purchased the DuPont TY127S Tyvek Fabricsuit and the "3M 6000 Series Half Facepiece Respirator, Medium" from Amazon. (Note, This tip will help you draw sand a little faster "pull the trigger directly before drawing".

Omar HEWITT
Omar HEWITT
| May 19, 2021
This actually works! I was skeptical at first, but it really does! Before I sold my last sandblaster several years ago, I owned another one
4/5

There was a lot of space taken up by it, and I wasn't using it. Even though I don't plan to enter the sandblasting business, I realized that it might be handy from time to time to be able to clean off rust and paint from things, then prime and paint them. Yes, it can be done that way, but how long it takes depends on the air compressor used to drive Among the three types of sandblasters, there are A siphon feed, a pressure feed, or a gravity feed can all be used. Siphon feed uses air flow through the gun to draw sand up from a reservoir and into the blasting gun for blasting onto the object. It is probably the least efficient way to sandblast, but if you're using it for small jobs, then it can work. The 5-Jazz bottle wasn't affordable, so I used it with the most expensive 5-Jazz bottle I need HP, approximately 4 A cylinder of 2 cylinders It has a single-stage Emglo compressor which pumps out around 20 cfm at 100 Additionally, I was using the Hitachi EC12, my backup compressor. EC12 does about 3. 3 of the work. cubic feet per minute at 100 pounds per square inch. I was able to connect both, but the larger compressor was faster as expected. Since the large compressor put out more pressure at once, I didn't have to wait long for the pressure to be adequate. It was necessary to pause for 15 to 20 seconds periodically when using the smaller This will take about 20 seconds. Pressure must build up before the release of the pressure. Also important is the sand. I used the cheapest quality I could find at a I found it to be dry due to the unsealed bag. Sand blasting is not recommended. Play sand is not recommended. Sand that you can buy in a bag is essentially the worst you can get. In your local hardware store, you can find other sand in sealed bags. The quality is higher, but the water is wetter. Sandblasting can be dangerous if there is any moisture present. A bucket of the fancier stuff could be temporarily emptied and the clothes laid out for several days to dry. Alternatively, you could purchase any of the various certified sandblasting compounds, but I wanted this review to be helpful to people who want to do a little cheap sandblasting without spending a bunch on something they'll probably only use The last thing I want to mention is this. If you are outdoors, you must wear eye protection, as well as a facial air filter. There's no end to the ricochet of sand grains. It is possible to purchase a hood to cover your head when you use a face shield. If you are going to protect your eyes, you'll need at least some type of goggles. Additionally, a respiratory filter is essential to keep the air clean. Besides all the sand, there's also a lot of dust from all that stuff you're blasting. Ensure that your lungs are healthy by watching out for them! There's no doubt it's not as quick as some of the more expensive blasters, but if you've got a good compressor, it works just fine.

Chelsea Nguyen
Chelsea Nguyen
| Jul 20, 2020
Is great, but you need to find a medium that works
5/5

It would be helpful to have a sand/soda blaster for some projects. Among the things I will have to do are to remove paint from a concrete wall, varnish from trim and a small rust spot on my car, and remove paint from the side of a structure with metal siding on our property. Sand and soda sifted worked well for removing loose paint from concrete, but paint that is well anchored to it would not even come off when the sandblaster was used for an extended period of time. I found the same with the sand and soda on the building. Varnish with soda did not come close to the finish in fact, it dulled paint would not even be stripped of the rust if it were washed with soda. My tests used 90 PSI, but I'm going to try it again with a higher PSI and update you when I do. This can be a great tool to use to remove loose paint before a painting job if you're looking for an inexpensive way to do it. In order to sift the sand, I use a 5-mm sifter Using a gallon bucket with the window screen over the top, affixed with duct tape, I drilled a hole in the side of the bucket to attach a siphon tube. With the use of soda, you can easily clean up with a garden hose if you can wet the surface you have just worked on. Here's the update In each of the tests, the results were the same when tested with 125 psi. Edit Please read My doctor recommended a 30-grit 100# bag of kitty litter from the big box store on 2/15/2019, and it worked beautifully.

Harleigh English
Harleigh English
| Apr 25, 2021
A good choice for an entry-level job This is a good bargain tool for level sandblasting
4/5

In order to sandblast my car, I purchased this product from Amazon. Since the price was so good, and I had reservations, I decided to give it a try. After taking a great look at the reviews, I am very I am using 30 grit silica sand to clean up the parts, and it is working very well. not all of that has been accomplished, because it likes to pulse rather than give a constant spray, but again, its relatively low cost mitigates the issue. In terms of medium projects this is a very good product, and it is a good product for people just learning how to use a sandblaster. It takes me roughly 15 minutes to do the section shown in the picture and a section on the opposite side (not shown). I removed the piece from a floor jack that I am also restoring. It has been a great experience to have this gun and I'm glad I took the chance to buy it.

Lexie Thornton
Lexie Thornton
| Sep 04, 2020
When it comes to small parts, it does an excellent job
5/5

I use this sand blaster all the time! When it comes to small parts, it does an excellent job. Assembled it according to the directions, inserted the pickup tube into the blasting medium, and did what I needed to do. In its job, my son works with an industrial strength unit that cleans just as well as this portable unit. The unit, however, does not have the same capabilities as industrial scale machines. Suppose you want to clean a truck frame, for instance. It'll do the job, but you'll have to be patient and work a little bit. It's really good for small parts, but for larger parts it doesn't work at all. There are a couple of pictures on my website. It is my hope that this review can help you.

Diana Marshall
Diana Marshall
| Jun 24, 2021

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