Handheld Suction Tools for When a Full-Size Blast Machine
Is More Than You Need
The surface preparation job is small but needs to be done—and done right. It could be a few welds on a pipeline that the inspector noticed which need to be touched up prior to coating, or a small abrasive blasting job on a barge that doesn’t call for bringing in your full-scale blast rig. For these smaller or last-minute jobs or for blasting in small or confined spaces, Clemco’s handheld suction blasters are your solutions. Prevent downtime and keep your jobs on schedule with Clemco portable suction tools.
Portable Suction Tools for Wet and Dry Blasting
Your crew missed surface preparation spots in a confined work area, an elevated workspace, or another difficult-to-reach job site. Maybe you have to comply with dust-abatement regulations, too. You need a lightweight, compact blasting tool that quickly sets up, abrasive blasts with power and a variety of common media, and allows you to finish up and move on. You need a PowerGun, or a PowerGun H2O with both wet and dry blast capabilities:
- Lightweight, portable, and easy to transport and use tools that take up little space in your equipment trailer or shop.
- Low upfront and maintenance costs compared to full-scale blast machines, yet have nearly the power and media capacities of a 1-cuft pressure blast machine.
- Quickly knock out eleventh-hour abrasive blasting delays and headaches hidden in difficult-to-reach and maneuver-in spaces to help keep your crew productive and on schedule.
- For satisfying dust-abatement regulations, the PowerGun H2O has wetblast, as well as dry blast, capability.
- Great tools for rental yards.
Light-Duty, Handheld Suction Blaster
Surface preparation is a small, but critical, part of your business. Or maybe every now and then you abrasive blast around the home or farm. Buying a large air compressor and a full-size blast machine doesn’t make sense for your occasional, light-duty needs, but the SG-300 Suction Gun does:
- Compact design that’s easy to transport and maneuver.
- Nearly the power and media capacities of a 1/2-cuft pressure blast machine.
- Low air requirements. Ideal for when only a limited air supply is available.
- Perfect for small maintenance and touchup projects, or difficult to access spaces.
- Great tool for rental yards.
Abrasive blasting (formerly known as sandblasting) also is called grit blasting, bead blasting, media blasting, soda blasting, dry blasting, sponge blasting, shot blasting, and shot peening. However, sand should never be used when abrasive blasting because breathing abrasive containing crystalline (free) silica can lead to serious or fatal lung disease.