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Campbell Hausfeld AT1251 30-Pound Capacity Sandblaster

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  • Portable, lightweight sandblaster ideal for home improvement projects
  • Removes paint from furniture and concrete; eliminates rust from metal; etches glass and wood
  • Requires 9.0 scfm at 90 psi; 125 psi maximum
  • Includes ceramic nozzle and shoulder strap
  • 1-year warranty; measures 16.80 x 5.30 x 14.30-inches (L x W x H); weighs 5.3-pounds
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Technical Details
Part Number AT1251
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions16.8 x 5.3 x 14.3 inches
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Item model numberAT125102AJ
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Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year
  
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ASINB0000DD1C4
Best Sellers Rank #22,637 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 6, 2006
  
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From the Manufacturer

When you're ready to strip the woodwork in your home of layers of paint, or upgrade the look of your old car, the Campbell Hausfeld AT1251 30 Pound Capacity Sandblaster will do the trick. Designed for portable use, the Campbell Hausfeld AT1251 weighs a mere 5.3 pounds and features a shoulder strap for ease of use. Ideal for the hobbyist and do-it-yourselfer, this sandblaster includes a ceramic nozzle and operates between 90 and 125 psi.

Product Description

The 2-1/2 gallon sandblaster from Campbell Hausfeld™ is ideal for stripping, polishing and etching projects. It handles sand as well as liquids and other materials for blasting. Each unit comes complete with gun and accessories. Weighs 6 lbs. Please note: due to the high incident of fraudulent transactions with orders containing name brand products, orders for this item must ship to the billing address.

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I tried using sand but it didn't work and had to use black beauty for the job.
M. Jeffrey
I am not an expert with sandblasting so I may be doing something wrong, or I may need a bigger compressor.
Raymond T. Sawyer
I just poured in some play sand directly from the bag and it worked great with no clogs.
Jeeare

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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By E. T. Bird on August 18, 2005
I bought this sandblaster for a few weekend projects. It is very easy to use, and works fantastic! I used it to sandblast engine cases on my 1960 Harley. I purchased a grit called "Starblast" on the recomendation of my local supplier. This stuff worked great in the Cambell Hausfeld, and gave me professional looking results.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Fireman on November 4, 2006
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Purchased this to help restore a fire hydrant, It worked well. I used reqular play sand which I screened to get small rocks out. The blaster worked well even with this and no special sand.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Tom Paine on February 4, 2013
I have hobbies. One of them is gunsmithing. Tinkering with, refinishing firearms. I was working on a project about ten years ago and, having used a professional sandblasting booth at a friend's shop, I knew what worked, how much pressure was needed, the need for ventilation, etc., but I didn't want to invest in hundreds of dollars of equipment for one or two projects, maybe more. I looked around locally and found one of these at a Harbor Freight store for about ten bucks less, tax included, and thought I'd give it a go.

You know something? That's about the best $40 I ever spent on tools/equipment.

Fast forward ten years and here's what I've learned about this tool:

1 - Use dry medium. I generally use play sand. The cheapest stuff I can find. It's what my gunsmith professional used to refinish M1919s, M2As, Stens, FN-FALs, you name it. I've used Alumahydye, Cerakote, Duracote and spray can paint jobs after
blasting with sand and the finishes rival what others get with much higher priced media. That moisture will eventually clog the feed tube and/or the nozzle. Besides sifting, I bake the sand in glass casserole dishes in my kitchen at about 425
degrees for a couple hours. The texture and color changes are dramatic when it's dry. You won't even suspect how wet the stuff is and it picks moisture up from the air around you again leading to clogging and "stuff" sticking to your project.

2 - SIFT the sand first. I use a 10 inch stainless steel kitchen strainer over a bucket. You'd be amazed at the size of the stones that come out. These will eventually clog your blaster.

3 - WEAR A RESPIRATOR. At a bare minimum a NIOSH 95 face mask/filter. Pulmonary silicosis is ugly. You and your heirs will thank me. Seriously.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Robert K. Goodrich on March 21, 2009
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For under $50.00 I was very skeptical if this was going to work or not. It works DAMN well for the price. My only problems were with the sand. There were some larger pebbles that would jam up in the nozzle. A quick twist and they were gone but it was an inconvenience. I ended up sifting the sand with a screen and the reliability was perfect. I was using medium grit... I suspect that fine grit would have been less difficult to blast with. This sand blaster was used to clean the frame of my Jeep Wrangler. I just took a hammer to knock off the heavy stuff and cleaned it up with the blaster. GET GOGGLES... not glasses. I'm still plucking sand from my eyes.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jeeare on July 14, 2009
Works great small jobs, but I wouldn't try to do anything bigger than a few odds and ends. Very straight forward set up and assembly. I just poured in some play sand directly from the bag and it worked great with no clogs. Definitely need goggles and need to work in area that you don't mind looking like a beach when you're done.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By G. Fisher on May 11, 2008
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The container and connections are flimsy but easily re-inforced. Product overall worked as advertised so I'll recommend it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pat on September 9, 2012
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As long as you match the tool for the job, this small bin will do the job. I used soda bicarbonate as a grit and it worked great to remove oxidation from parts of a fiberglass boat. Make sure that you use with a compressor of sufficient size.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By M. Jeffrey on September 6, 2008
I guess since I didn't pay much for it I shouldn't expect much. You have to hold the tip less than 2" from what you are working with. You need to shake canister often so material will come out after level is down to 1/4. I tried using sand but it didn't work and had to use black beauty for the job.
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