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Campbell Hausfeld AT1226 Sandblasting Kit

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  • Draws abrasives from bucket or bag
  • Designed to remove rust scale and paint as well as etch glass and weather wood
  • 10-foot hose draws abrasive from bucket or bag
  • Sprays various types of abrasives
  • 1-year warranty
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Product Description

This sandblasting kit will have you removing unwanted rust, paint and scale in no time. The siphon feed design sprays most abrasives including glass beads, aluminum oxide, steel grit, silicon carbide, walnut shells and more. Easily removes rust, scale, and paint from parts and small equipment leaving a satin finish that will allow for further painting preparations or applying the final coat. Be creative and etch designs or lettering on any number of surfaces including glass tile, wood working and furniture. The kit includes sandblast gun with ceramic nozzle, 10-foot hose, steel pick-up tube, and allen wrench.

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Sandblasting kit. Includes: Sandblast gun with ceramic nozzle, 10-Feet hose, steel pick-up tube and Allen wrench.

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Part Number AT1226
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions8.5 x 3.4 x 11.1 inches
Item model numberAT1226
ColorBlack
Stylegun
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year Limited
  
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ASINB0007D30DO
Best Sellers Rank #2,847 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableFebruary 15, 2006
  
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Sean B on July 22, 2010
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I've never used a sandblaster before. This was easy to put together and use, just cover up all your skin/ head. It uses way less sand than I thought I would go through. I blasted a barbeque (not recommended) and only used about 2 or 3 pounds of sand I'd guess, so a 50 lb bag goes a long ways. The play sand form Home Depot clogged occasionally with a large rock, which is easy to clean out by unscrewing the tip, and removing the particle, takes about 10 seconds.

NOTE: my dual chamber compressor is not large enough to run this thing. I think it has two 2.5 gal tanks. Here's the problem with small compressors- moisture. The more the compressor runs, the more moisture the builds up in the compressor and lines, especially in humid climates, and even here in dry Boise it was too much. The water clogs the sand and it won't work. I had to run to Home Depot and get a moisture filter/ remover that hooks on just before the tool, it's pretty small and doesn't really get in the way, about $12. The filter did get some water out, but it was not good enough and the tool still clogged up. I barely got through the job, but I think I'd only use this on a very small job with my small compressor and figure on it clogging after about 5 minutes. I'd have to take it to a buddy's house with a larger compressor if I wanted to do a larger project.
It seemed to work pretty good doing my project on the grass, some sand is good anyhow to help loosen up the grass. Just put a tarp under your project to catch any larger pieces/ most of the sand. I wouldn't try re-using the sand (has junk in it).

CONCLUSION- get it if you have a large compressor, although you may still need to buy a $12 moisture filter (as noted in the instructions), especially in more humid climates.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By William S. Boyd on August 29, 2012
I bought mine from a brick and mortar store for about 6 dollars more than Amazon. The blaster used less air than a couple of my air grinders. My compressor is a Quincy 5hp that turns on at 145 PSI and off at 175. The blaster clogged about every 10 seconds when I ran it at 145 to 175 PSI. I put a regulator on and set it at 90 PSI. At 90 PSI it NEVER clogged again, and blasted very well while holding the gun 1 to 4 inches away. The directions said to not use higher than 125 PSI. I should have read them before I started. Also, don't push the hose onto the pickup tube until it hits the outer tube. That will keep air from entering between the tubes and will cause it to not pickup sand. I blasted 8 hours without a problem after lowering the pressure. All sand blasters take a lot of air, but I don't think you need one as big as mine to use this.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By John Klatt on June 26, 2013
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Here's my honest review of this sandblaster, probably a bit wordy and rambling as I tend to be.

I'm running this off of a husky/campbell hausfeld 30 gallon air compressor that claims to be 5.5CFM @ 90 PSI. I dialed the regulator down to 90psi on the compressor, the compressor itself holds at 135psi. It kept up very well, I was able to run for 3-4 minutes before the compressor would kick on and with it running it would hold at 90psi. I'd take a minute to catch a breath every now and again as I'm doing this out in the 95 degree Texas sun according to the thermometer and the compressor would kick back off, so it wasn't taking long at all to refill and keep up. I wasn't running back to the compressor to time it or anything, but a minute recharge to let me go another 3-4 without it running seems like it's doing just fine to me. I know this thing calls for 9 something odd CFM but it was doing well enough with however much this thing puts out, could it do better? Probably, but I can't afford another $500 worth of compressor.

I'm also running one of those little cheapie $10 oil water separators, for whatever that's worth.

I did a shortened piece of hose like another poster did. Also like him I didn't check the before with the full length hose, but I was blasting on the ground right next to the bucket of sand and didn't need the long hose for siphoning anyway. I didn't have any problem with the threads scraping like he did, so maybe a bit better QC on this one. And yes like another poster mentioned, this doesn't come with a quick disconnect, but I've never encountered a tool that does. So nab one of those ahead of time as well.

Next, the media. Straight up bag O sand from home depot. People recommend play sand, run through a screen.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By RobinTheBrave on June 24, 2012
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WOW, this thing is an air-hog. The box says 9 CFM @ 90 PSI and I believe it. This tool will bring any 120V compressor to its knees if you try to run it flat-out.

I was using it to blast the underside of my Jeep with Quickrete play sand. The sand fed great at 90 PSI, started to sputter around 80 PSI, and basically stopped working at 60 PSI. I have a 2.5 HP Ingersoll Rand compressor that claims to do 6.4 CFM @ 90 PSI. Boy was that a lie. I was getting literally 20-30 seconds of decent blasting (basically the time it took to bleed the 20 gal tank from 110 PSI down to 80 PSI), then I'd have to stop and wait several minutes for the compressor to catch up. I even added my 7 gal portable tank into the mix at one point to buy myself a few more seconds with the extra volume.

Richard J. Kinch has a great page called "Evaluating True Horsepower and CFM Ratings of Air Compressors". After reading that, I did the experiments with my compressor and found that it was actually only putting out 1.4 CFM @ 90 PSI. Talk about frustrating! DON'T TRUST MANUFACTURER COMPRESSOR SPECS!! Needless to say, a new compressor is now on my wishlist. And I'm not going to buy it unless they let me fire it up and stopwatch its cycle-time first.

Kinch was also a bit of a depressing read. He explains that there simply is not enough energy coming out of a 15A 120V outlet to generate more than about 6 CFM at 90 PSI, and that's with a two-stage compressor in a perfect world. After you account for the various inefficiencies and losses, the best-case is really about 3-4 CFM at 90 PSI.
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