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Dustless blasting

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Djones1001 Jones Doindia
Los Angeles, California, USA   USA
Dustless blasting mostly just keeps dust down and does reduce heat a bit but you can still blast a car with soda or very fine grit glass media just using a low pressure with glass media and moving relatively fast. The water in dustless alone can help reduce damaging the hood but is not guaranteed. For the [URL="[url]https://www.pittsburghsprayequip.com/2017/10/17/dustless-blasting-business-complete-guide/"[/url];]dustless blasting business[/URL]
you can start with a standard blast pot and add a wet injection nozzle for less overall cost plus you can see if theirs a market for your service.

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frostr6 Bill Connell
St. Paul, Minnesota, USA   USA
I had my intake manifold vapor blasted this fall when I was replacing the manifold gasket. It turned out great, and only $45. I’d definitely consider using it for other aluminum parts, but it’s not really meant for steel or sheet metal.


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