Mediablasting small parts

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Removing the old built-in trashcan compartment in the garage free’d up some usefull space so I could finally get a small mediablasting cabinet and clean up smaller parts myself.

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The white plastic piping and the watercontainer underneath will together with my shopvac create a simple water filter to keep the dust to a minimum.

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I’m using glass beads as media.

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Some parts fresh from mediablasting…

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..and a few more.

2 Comments

  1. Hasse

    Hi Mats!
    Nice little blaster you got there!
    As I am going to invest in a new “kompressor” for similar applications im just wondering how many liters air per minute your compressor is capable of.
    Glass beads on stainless steels gives a very nice and attective surface.
    BR/The team at gubbdagis.com

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    1. admin (Post author)

      Hey Hasse
      My kompressor delivers 400 l/minute, it’s got a 3kW engine and a 90 litre tank.
      MK 113-90-4

      http://www.unoflow.se/userFiles/PDF/kompressorkat_136_pris/kompressorkat_136-1_140214_pris.pdf

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