Eastwood Company: Resto Supplies is the licensed Eastwood Distributor in New Zealand. Check out their website..restosupplies.co.nz
stosstruppen: do you have a new zealand distributor ?
Alan Thomas: Same nozzle must lead to contamination. carburettors, engine internal components
i.e. residual grit in proximity to vital machined components, surely?
surf403: Im curious what size of compressor you are using in this video to power the blasters?? Honestly???
MrElPoderozo1: Hi! I was wondering if I can use media blast from stores like Home depot and lows, Menard's? with this Eastwood blasters,Thanks.
Eastwood Company: The hoses have approximately an ID of 9.5MM
Eastwood Company: If you let abrasive media blast in one spot for too long on thin gauge metal you can warp or damage metal. We suggest to always keep moving and stay a little further away from the panel when blasting thin gauge metal.
Eastwood Company: Hi,
That all depends on what you're blasting. Ideally a bag of media would strip a large quarter or 2 fenders depending on what it is coated in.
Eastwood Company: Sorry to hear that! If you want to give our tech department a call they can try and help you troubleshoot the unit. 1800-343-9353
Eastwood Company: This blaster allows you to blast with any combination of soda/abrasive media. This means you may have one valve closed completely or partially at certain times depending on the mix of media you want coming out at that particular time.
MrFakit: why do you have the valves closed position in what is normally the open position?!
Vann Patfemytepi: Super rust ideas to be able to remove rust from surfaces. I did not realize how simple the process it's. Good video
ImSoFcknHighRightNow: I just bought the dual tank a month ago and I can"t get it to work.........
LayLow1503: Hello I was wondering how much does a 50lb of soda media cover??
LayLow1503: If you keep the hose in one place for a wile does it get hot and bend the metal
Dual Blaster Abrasive Media and Soda from Eastwood5
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