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Aerolyte Systems > Large Aerolyte Facility
  

Aerolyte Dry Strip Rooms

AEROLYTE pioneered dry stripping, a process that removes coatings from delicate substrates by blasting with lightweight media like plastic, wheat starch, and baking soda.

AEROLYTE Systems has continuously evolved dry stripping technology and techniques. From portable pressure vessels to closed - circuit stripping heads to hangar sized facilities for stripping aircraft. AEROLYTE offers a broad range of standard and custom-engieneered equipment.

Dry stripping with lightweight media removes coatings without pitting or warping the underlaying surface. Dry stripping saves time and money, by eliminating the costs to purchase, handle and dispose of caustic chemicals.

Large Aerolyte facilities function similar to large blast room facilities with equipment configured for use with all non-aggressive lightweight blast media. Continuous ventilation, material handling equipment from rails to overhead lifts; large entry doors, and sealed lighting make Aerolyte Systems installations economically viable and environmentally safe.


Available Literature:
21277 - Dry Stripping Booth


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Operator Safety Systems > Apollo Series Supplied-Air Respirator
  

Apollo 20 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator

Our most economical respirator delivers lots of value. The Apollo 20 is a single-shell construction helmet supported by an adjustable suspension. The Apollo 20 comes standard with DLX comfort-fit suspension. The DLX suspension surrounds the operator's head with comfortable padding. A chin strap holds the helmet firmly in place. The rectangular window provides a clear field of view. An inner fixed lens and one middle lens seal out dust and abrasive.

Available for use with compressed air (HP Model) or air pump (LP Model).

Up to three lightweight, disposable outer lenses, held in place by a hinged frame, protect the middle lens from pitting. As the outermost disposable lens becomes pitted, it can be torn off to expose the next lens.
 
Advantages
• DLX comfort-fit suspension
• Box-front window features economical replacement lenses
• Sound-attenuating, air-distribution channel
• Lightweight construction
• Molded-in carrying handle
• Allows operator to wear supplementary hearing and primary eye protection

Approvals and Certifications

The Apollo 20 HP helmet is a NIOSH approved, type CE respirator (approval number TC-19C-338) and is recognized by OSHA as having an assigned protection factor (APF) against lead dust of 1000 times the permissible exposure limit (PEL).

NOTE: Prior to use, ensure that the Apollo, type CE, supplied-air respirator is appropriate for your specific blasting conditions and requirements.

Available Videos:
Apollo Supplied-Air Respirators - A Safety Training Guide
Cascos De Respiración Suplidos Con Aire Apollo De Clemco - Guía De Capacitación Sobre Seguridad

Available Literature:
21959 - Apollo 20 HP Respirator
21960 - Apollo 20 LP Respirator

Operation Manuals:
21990 - Apollo 20 HP Respirator
21991
- Apollo 20 LP Respirator

Similar Available Products:
Apollo 60 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator
Apollo 600 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator


Operator Safety Systems > Apollo Series Supplied-Air Respirator
  

Apollo 600 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator
The Clemco Apollo Series Supplied-Air Respirators are hallmarks of safety, comfort, and performance. Recognizable by their bright red-orange color, Apollo 600 Respirators are easily visible on the job site. Their wide-span window offers the wearer a commanding view of the work surface and broad-scope peripheral vision. The 600 has new features making it comfortable to wear, easier to maintain, and more durable, promising a long service life. The Apollo 600 is a single-shell helmet with two adjustable suspension options. The DLX comfort-fit suspension (2 sizes)
surrounds the operators head with comfortable padding. The adjustable web suspension fits head sizes 6.5 to 8. Adjustable chin strap holds the helmet in position on the operator's head.

The helmet features:

  • Two suspension options: web-style or DLX comfort-fit style
  • an integral strap for carrying or hanging the helmet
  • a replaceable inlet fitting, an area of the helmet assembly subject to high-stress when the user carries the helmet by the breathing tube
  • a deep window frame that extends over the cape attachment area to prevent cape wear from rebounding abrasive
  • a molded window gasket that securely grips the inner lens and prevents media ingress
  • a three-lens system with outermost perforated tear-away lenses to speed the way to clear vision during the blast operation and an intermediate lens to provide additional sealing and to protect the durable fixed inner lens from premature wear
  • an integral visor that extends over the tops of the installed lenses to prevent media from lodging between the lenses
  • a silver-grey cape that reflects the sun's hot rays
  • a comfortable zip-in-and-out replaceable knit neck collar that can be removed for laundering

The helmet assembly is durable and designed to provide years of service. It is NIOSH-approved as a type CE continuous-flow respirator and carries ANSI Z89-2003 approval as a category G hard hat.

The breathing hose attaches in the center rear of the helmet for comfortable balance on the head. Incoming air moves through a channel for even distribution from the top of the head for easy breathing and operator comfort. The generously-sized helmet protects the user from the harsh environs of the blast job site and keeps the wearer clean.

The Apollo 600 is rugged, durable, and built to withstand the harsh blast environment.

Available Literature:
24814 - Apollo 600 Supplied-Air Respirator
24815 - Apollo 60 & 600 Features and Comparisons Guide
24181 - Apollo 600 HP Supplied-Air Respirator
24183 - Apollo 600 LP Supplied-Air Respirator
24988 - Apollo 600 Supplied-Air Respirator - En Español

Operation Manuals:
23929 - Apollo 600 LP Respirator
23930 - Apollo 600 HP Respirator

Available Videos:
Apollo Supplied-Air Respirators - A Safety Training Guide
Cascos De Respiración Suplidos Con Aire Apollo De Clemco - Guía De Capacitación Sobre Seguridad
Apollo 600 Supplied-Air Respirator Animation


Similar Available Products:
Apollo 20 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator
Apollo 60 HP & LP Supplied-Air Respirator


Operator Safety Systems > Apollo Series Supplied-Air Respirator
  

Apollo Safety Training Guide Video
This training video speaks to blast operators about how to ensure their safety under the hood, how to use it, and how to take care of it and themselves while they perform their work.

Available in English and Spanish:
Apollo Supplied-Air Respirators - A Safety Training Guide
Cascos De Respiración Suplidos Con Aire Apollo De Clemco - Guía De Capacitación Sobre Seguridad


Blast Machine Accessories > Nozzles
  

Clemlite® Lined Rubber Jacketed Long Venturi

Long Venturi: SAS, SMS, SXS

A blast nozzle accelerates the air and abrasive as the mixture exits the end of the hose. The taper and length of the nozzle's inlet and outlet determine the pattern and velocity of the abrasive exiting the nozzle. The composition of the liner material determines its resistance to wear.

Requirements for Operation
Nozzles are sized by the diameter of their orifices in 1/16-inch increments. A No. 2 nozzle has a 2/16-inch (1/8-inch) orifice, a No. 3 nozzle has a 3/16-inch orifice, etc. The size of the nozzle orifice determines abrasive and air consumption. Air consumption is measured in cubic feet per minute (cfm) at a given pressure.

When choosing a nozzle, consider the amount of available air in cfm, the capacity of the blast machine and the inside diameter of the piping, and the blast and air hoses. For optimal performance, these elements must be compatibly sized.

If too large a nozzle is used, low blast pressure and rapid wear on the blast hose will occur. If too small a nozzle is used, smooth media flow will be difficult to achieve.

Description of Operation
The operator inserts the nozzle washer into a contractor-thread nozzle holder and screws in the nozzle, turning it by hand, until it seats firmly against the washer.

With all related equipment correctly assembled and tested, the operator points the nozzle at the surface to be cleaned and presses the remote control handle to begin blasting. The operator holds the nozzle 18 to 36 inches from the surface and moves it smoothly at a rate that produces the desired cleanliness. Each pass should overlap slightly.

The operator must replace the nozzle once the orifice wears 1/16-inch beyond its original size.

Advantages

  • Expected life with expendable abrasives is up to 500 hours
  • Durable rubber jacket
  • 1-inch entry provides smooth transition and maximum productivity with 1-inch ID blast hose
  • 1-1/4-inch entry ensures maximum productivity with 1-1/4-inch ID blast hose

Nozzle Stock Number, Dimensions and Weights

 
Model No.
Stock No.
Orfice ID
Length
Net Wt.
Pkg'd Wt.
Fine 1-1/4" Thread SAS-4 28079 1/4" 5-3/4" .95 lb 1 lb
SAS-5 28080 5/16" 6-1/8" 1.0 lb 1 lb
SAS-6 28081 3/8" 7-1/8" 1.15 lb 1.2 lb
SAS-7 28082 7/16" 8-1/26" 1.30 lb 1.5 lb
SAS-8 28083 1/2" 9-1/2" 1.45 lb 1.5 lb
Contractor Thread SMS-4 100864 1/4" 5-3/4" .70 lb 1 lb
SMS-5 100865 5/16" 6-1/8" .75 lb 1 lb
Contractor Thread SXS-6 100866 3/8" 7-1/8" .9 lb 1 lb
SXS-7 100867 7/16" 8-1/2" 1.10 lb 1.5 lb
SXS-8 100868 1/2" 9-1/2" 1.20 lb 1.5 lb


Available Videos:

Clemlite® Rubber-Jacketed, Silicon Carbide-Lined


Available Literature:

28505 - Clemlite® Rubber-Jacketed, Silicon Carbide-Lined
Clemlite® Rubber-Jacketed Cross Reference Guide
21978 - Metal-Jacketed, Silicon Carbide-Lined
21986 - Metal-Jacketed, Tungsten Carbide-Lined
23414 - Rubber-Jacketed, Tungsten Carbide-Lined
24184 - Metal-Jacketed, Boron Carbide-Lined
24185 - Metal-Jacketed, Tungsten Carbide-Lined CT Series


Operator Safety Systems > Carbon Monoxide Monitor/Alarm
  

CMS-3 Carbon Monoxide Monitor/Alarm
The CMS-3 monitor detects carbon monoxide in the breathing-air supply and triggers audible, visual, and vibratory alarms when CO is detected in concentrations of at least 10 parts per million. The alarms alert the operator to an unsafe condition.

Requirements for Operation

  • Battery installed in the CMS-3
  • 25 ppm calibration gas, calibration cup and connector
  • Grade D or ambient-air breathing-air supply for the abrasive blast operator
  • Thorough familiarity with the CMS-3 instructions

Description of Operation
OSHA requires Grade D quality breathing air and NIOSH-approved Type CE continuous-flow supplied-air respirators for abrasive blast operators. OSHA regulations call for a maximum exposure limit to carbon monoxide of 10 parts per million (ppm). When the presence of carbon monoxide is detected at this level, the CMS-3 emits an audible alarm, a visible flash, and the unit vibrates. When an alarm occurs, the user should remove the respirator immediately when it is safe to do so. To prolong battery life, turn unit off when not in use; turn unit on and re-install at beginning of work shift.

CMS-3 Features

  • Digital liquid crystal display (LCD)
  • Audible, visual, and vibrating alarms
  • Low battery alarm
  • Sensor fail alarm
  • Replaceable sensor and battery

Advantages

  • Blast operator can work independently. No need to rely upon others to warn operator or take action when monitor alarms. No need for remote alarm; each user is individually protected for instant awareness of a hazardous condition.
  • Unit is small, lightweight, and conveniently worn inside blast respirator. Requires no external connections or hoses.
  • Unit can be calibrated in minutes, is easily installed, and easily removed.
  • Long-life, economical easy-to-replace sensor with estimated sensor life of 2 years.
  • Unit uses small commonly-available lithium easy-to-replace battery with estimated life of 3000 hours.
  • Microprocessor controlled with digital read-out for accurate readings.

Specifications
OSHA rules dictate that maximum exposure limit to CO for abrasive blasters breathing Grade D air is 10 parts per million.

  • Sampling by diffusion
  • Operating temperature and humidity range: -4 to 104 degrees F (-20 to 40 degrees C); up to 85 percent relative humidity (non-condensing) factory set at 10 ppm
  • Accuracy rating: plus or minus 2 ppm
  • Powered by 3-volt coin-type lithium battery (CR2450)
  • Continuous operation: approximately 1 year of normal use (3000 hours)
  • Unit net weight 1.6 ounces (0.1 lb)
  • Dimensions: 2.5" w x 1.7" h x 0.9" d
  • Unit calibrated with 25 ppm test gas; optional impurity-free gas available for fresh-air setting audible, vibratory, and visual alarms
  • Low-battery warning given by visual flashing indicator
  • Dead battery indicated by audible alarm
  • System failure warning given by audible alarm
  • Attachment to respirator: VELCRO®
  • Warranty: 2 years material and workmanship

Available Literature:
25580 - CMS-3 Technical Data Sheet

Operation Manual:
24658 - CMS-3 In-Helmet Carbon Monoxide Monitor


CMS-3 Video:


Special Application Equipment > Closed Circuit Suction Blast Tool
  

Educt-O-Matic

Clemco's closed-circuit suction blast tool for spot cleaning, removing weld spatter, and deburring cut metal edges. Special attachments let you blast inside and outside corners, and on rough surfaces.

Educt-O-Matic Attachments:
• Flat Lip Attachment
• Serrated Attachment
• Edge Attachment
• Angle Attachment
• Master Adaptor

Available Literature:
23338 - Small Closed Circuit Abrasive Blast Equipment

Available Video:
Educt-O-Matic


Full-Area Recovery Systems > Abrasive Recovery Systems
  

Flat-Trak® Low Profile Recovery Systems

The revolutionary Flat-Trak® Recovery Floor is a quite, low profile, full-area recovery system.

Simplicity in design and operation
Rugged steel vanes, suspended within a pneumatically powered frame, push the media forward. The pneumatic drive cylinder delivers up to 440 pounds of force to easily push the heaviest steel abrasives. As the frame moves back, the vanes ride up over the back into position for the forward push.

The cross drive module, operating on the same level as the floor modules, carries the media to the bucket elevator.

Adjustable electro-pneumatic cycle timers allow complete control of feed rates for all floor modules and cross drive modules.

by adjusting the feed rates, the Flat-Trak® floor can keep pace with two full-time blast operators using 3/8-inch nozzles, at 100 psi.

Proven economy that's readily available
The durable Flat-Trak® floor costs less to purchase, install, operate and maintain than comparably sized screw conveyor and inertial pan floors, yet it easily handles all mesh sizes of steel grit.

Available Video:
Flat-Trak® Recovery Floor Animation
This animation does not show a full-area recovery system floor.

 


Automation > BNP A-200 & BNP A-205 Blast Systems
  

Indexing Turntable Machines
Think of the BNP A-200 and A-205 indexing turntable machines as painters' canvasses, ready to be transformed into your vision of an automated blast system. The basic BNP A-200 comes with six rotating satellites in a four-feet by four-feet by five-feet tall cabinet. You can select computer controls, extra satellites and blast guns, suction or pressure blast system, oscillating arms, and other options to create the perfect automated cabinet for your application.

Available Literature:
13975 - A-200 Indexing Turntable Catalog
23536 - Automated Air Blast Systems

Request For Quotation Form:
22664 - (RFQ) Request For Automation Quotation

Available Video:
BNP A-200 Series - Semi-Automated Blast Cabinet

automation engineered solutions
Indexing Turntable Spotlights
Special Automation Spotlights
Creative Solutions Spotlights


Special Application Equipment > Internal Pipe Painting Tool
  

Orbiter Pipe Painting Tool

• Efficiently handles wide range of coatings
• Applies uniform layer at remarkable speed
• No need to rotate the pipe or tubing
• Unique gun assembly ensures precise control
• Air-controlled centering carriage legs easily adjust for gradual pipe bends

Simple Solution for Industrial Coating Challenges
The Clemco Orbiter provides an innovative and efficient solution to the difficult job of applying paint to the inside of pipe, conduit, tubing or other cylindrical structures. With the Orbiter, you can apply a uniform layer of paint at remarkable speed.

Two standard models cover pipe diameters from 3.5 inches through 37 inches. Orbiter I is for pipes 3.5 to 7 inches ID. Orbiter III is for pipes 7 inches through 37 inches ID. Each system includes a paint spray tool with centering legs, an air control assembly, a paint spray gun, and air-control and high-pressure paint hoses. Not included but required for operation of the Clemco Orbiter is an airless paint spray pump. Any standard 30:1 pump is the minimum requirement, while a 45:1 pump may be preferred as dictated by the coating.

The heart of the Orbiter system is the air-control assembly. From this central location, the operator controls start/stop of the rotating-head air motor, the on/off of paint flow, and the air valve and pressure regulator, which control the expansion and contraction of the centering carriage legs.

Easy Set Up and Operation
Used with any standard airless paint spray pump with a minimum pump pressure ratio of 30:1; the Orbiter set up is quick and easy (the pump size will depend upon paint viscosity, hose length, and tip size). The Orbiter is powered by compressed air, which operates the rotating head and the carriage legs. Orbiter I and Orbiter III require approximately 15 cfm and 22 cfm respectively, both at 90 psi.

Various sizes of long-lasting tungsten carbide spray tips are available to suit the specified coating. Paint flows through the spray tip and paint tubing for metering at the head, the working end of the Orbiter. To operate the Orbiter, one operator handles the air-control assembly and paint gun; another manually pulls the tool from one end of the pipe to the other at a speed established by experience and the type of coating being applied and the thickness required.

A Simple, Fast, and Cost-Effective Job
The Orbiter tools offer an effective and precise method of coating pipe. The investment will reward you with the highest rate of speed and most accurately-applied coating, saving you time and money.

The Orbiter I and III tools are each available in four packages to suit jobs with differing lengths of pipe. Choose from models with 6 feet, 12 feet, 20 feet, or 40 feet of hose. Six sizes of spray tip are available, ranging from .018 to .043 to suit the specified coating.

Available Literature:
25730 - Internal Pipe Tools

Available Video:
Orbiter Pipe Painting Tool



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