Pressure blasting is different, yet very similar to siphon abrasive-blasting! Confusing? Not with Cyclone pressure pot abrasive blasters. Our pressure abrasive blaster pots are ASME certified to safely handle a specific range of pressure. This is very important and we take an extra step by adding a safety relief valve. Our pressure pot abrasive blasters also include an additional safety feature. The top of the tank has a handle that must be lifted when pressurizing the tank. A thick seal is formed between the handle and tank to pressurize the tank. The pressure sandblast hose used on our pressure pot blasters is designed for the pressure our blasters use. Pressure pot abrasive-blasting combines this pressurized vessel (pot) with a hose and sandblast blast nozzle. The pot is pressurized, and when ready, the user opens a valve to release the abrasive-blasting abrasive toward the work. Pressure abrasive-blasting is a faster process compared to siphon fed abrasive blasters.
Direct pressure abrasive blast cabinets and pressure pot abrasive blasters are a popular way to make quick work out of glass etching, removing debris and old paint. Deburring parts is another popular use. Click here to read a little more about what pressure pot sandlbast cabinets can do. Pressure blasters can use abrasives of almost any kind. We can provide safe sandblast abrasives for your application, Check Out our abrasives.
The PT-100-SK pressure abrasive blaster features all the great aspects of the PT-100 pressure pot abrasive blaster but is designed to directly connect to a blast cabinet. Integrating a powerful pressure blast system with the containment ability of a sandblast cabinet gives the user power and containment all in one. We include the necessary parts to adapt this unit to a blast cabinet.
Looking to get into a direct pressure sandblast cabinet? Not interested in spending thousands of dollars? Consider our PT-100-SK. We call it a side-kick because it can be adapted to almost any abrasive blast cabinet. This adds amazing pressure pot sandblast power to a contained environment. We say almost any because safety has to be paramount. We can offer suggestions on what cabinets this will work with and where not to use it. Of course, it will work with Cyclone Manufacturing abrasive blast cabinets. We would be happy to discuss how to adapt our PT-100-SK to your needs. If we can help, reach out today. Call us today at 269-782-9670 or email us at email@example.com.
100 Pound Sand Capacity
Made in USA
Heavy Duty Wheels
Includes Safety Goggles and Pressure Relief Valve
Includes Accessories to Adapt to a sandblast cabinet
|Sand Capacity||100 lb.|
|Hose||10' - 3/8" ID Blast Hose|
|Air Requirements||Min 23 CFM @80-100PSI|
|Weight||70 lbs. (UPS)|
|Features||Includes grommet & Instructions to adapt to a blast cabinet|
The PT-100-SK pressure pot abrasive blaster features all the great aspects of the PT-100 but is designed to directly connect to a sandblast cabinet. Integrating a powerful pressure blast system with the containment ability of a sandblast cabinet gives the user power and containment all in one. We include the necessary parts to adapt this unit to a blast cabinet.
Pressure pot blast systems utilize a pressure vessel, or a "pot". Don't settle for any pressure vessel that does not carry an ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) approval. Abrasive media is poured into the pot and then the pot is pressurized. The user then opens a valve and the pressure flows out of the pot carrying the abrasive with it. Pressure pots can be connected to a cabinet or they can be stand alone units like our PT-100 and PT-100-SK. Direct pressure abrasive blaster units can reside on a blast cabinet or as with our units roll on heavy-duty wheels. Direct pressure abrasive blasters provide sufficient energy to push any type of abrasive, at a lower pressure than siphon fed units.