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Campbell Hausfeld AT1211 120 lb Capacity Sandblaster

3.4 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
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  • Hopper holds 12 lbs of abrasive for approximately 200 minutes of blasting
  • Wheels provide added mobility
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Product Description

Product Description

The 9 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. 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.

From the Manufacturer

120 lb. Capacity Sandblaster. Includes: Gun with ceramic nozzle, material hose, hopper and wheels.

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Technical Details

Part Number AT1211
Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 13 x 11 x 27 inches
Item model number AT1211
Color Black
Style gun
Power Source air-powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description 1 Year Limited

Additional Information

ASIN B000Q5VHH4
Customer Reviews
3.4 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #199,058 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#100 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Sand Blasters
#341 in Industrial & Scientific > Industrial Power & Hand Tools > Industrial Power Tools
Shipping Weight 14.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available April 24, 2007

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By So Many Tools VINE VOICE on February 11, 2006
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for the price if you have a small job you can not beat it. Used this for 7 old steam radiators and it worked great...you need to really watch your moisture though so make sure you have an inline filter to elimate any from your tank and keep you sand or shot in a very very dry and warm place...also keep in mind you need some real volume not just cfm...I have a job boss (porter cable) and it was a little lacking....used my brothers 30 gallon with less cfm but more volume and it was so much more efficiet to spray with. I think if you have realistic expectations you will like this unit. But if you have a big job or don't have a very good compressor then upgrade your compressor or hire out the work.
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Used it right out of the box. Use "dry" silica and high volumne and pressure of air from your compressor. Had no trouble blasting the rusted mowerdeck prior to painting it.
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I'm an avid do-it-yourself man. Retired with a lot of experience under my belt, I took on a project of cleaning up eight outdoor lawn chairs with a 4 foot round table. These are made of all steel and were purchased about 30 years ago. I priced the set on line and they now exceed $5000. Mine were rusted and in need of a thorough paint and rust stripping. I first tried paint remover. It just sat there. It didn't matter how long I left it on. Little was accomplished with it. So I decided to purchase a sand blasting unit. Since this is probably the only time I would ever use it, I didn't want to purchase a commercial grade unit. I did my homework and decided on the Campbell unit.

I have a 220 volt 8 horse compressor with a 10 gallon tank. So I concluded that I had a sufficient air source to make the unit work.

When it arrived, I went to the local lumber yard and purchased large grit sand specifically prepared for sand blasting. I quickly discovered that the screen on the Campbell unit would not let the larger grit sand pass through it. So I dumped 400 pounds of sand under my grand kids playground system and returned to the lumber yard. This time I skipped the medium grit and went for the small (fine) grit sand. Four 100 lb bags were loaded and off I went.

This time the sand passed through the screen and the blaster was loaded. With everything hooked up, air at 110 pounds, goggles and breathing mask on, I began the cleaning of my chairs. Unfortunately, the unit barely worked. Some sand erratically came out, but mostly it was just air. To wrap this up, I worked with the unit for several hours, trying everything I could to get the sand flowing. Finally, 400 more pounds of sand went to the grand kids playground.
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I've got about eight hours of use in on this since I purchased it, here's what I've found:

Yes, there is a small hole in the hose connector where it goes into the main body of the container. Do not cover this hole with the hose when blasting with dry media, or it will surge. I fought this for a couple of hours before I thought to read the instructions more closely, so my bad. For those reviewers that dinged this as a negative, I found almost immediately that all you have to do is turn the connector so that the hole is pointing straight up, and almost nothing spills out when you stop blasting.

Several people have mentioned the importance of a dry air supply, I will actually disagree with this to some extent. It's very important to have some kind of dryer or water separator on the airline, but I have found that my air supply is just a little wet (now corrected), but since the venturi chamber that draws in the media is so close to the nozzle, there's really not much opportunity for plugging in the very short path where dry media encounters slightly wet air at a pretty high velocity. So no, I have not personally found that bone-dry air with a 40-below dew point is a strict requirement, but I do still recommend that the air be as dry as reasonably possible. It's a best practice for maximizing air compressor life anyway.

I'm using it with a Campbell-Hausfeld 60-gallon 3.7-HP compressor, which puts out about 10 cfm at 90 psig. So far I've kept it at about 100 psi, but I tried it around 80 psig and also around 110 psig and it still worked well. Once I learned the proper use of the hose connector, I've found the feed to be steady and strong, and the overall removal efficiency to be excellent.
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#### DO NOT BUY THIS SANDBLASTER UNTIL THE COMPANY ENGINEERS MAKE THE PROPER MODIFICATIONS ####

I read all of the reviews and compared this to other brands of similar price. I am not able to use the sand blaster yet. Read on...

In its favor was that it arrived one day early, it was packaged okay, assembly was easy enough and I like its size for the job I'm doing. Not in its favor is its design, choice of materials and just okay owner's manual.

MATERIAL HOSE CONNECTOR
The first thing was trying to attach the material hose connector to the bottom of the unit (Hopper). It is made of common plastic and the nut that threads onto it is made of metal. Because the hose will put strain on the connector, the connector has to be tightened firmly. As I tightened the hose connector and inside nut together the plastic threads on the connector stripped down immediately and wouldn't tighten any further. So the connector spun around in the drilled hole.

The second thing about the hose connector is that it has a hole drilled crosswise into it just behind where the connected hose stops. Its purpose is to let some air into the stream of material from the hopper as it passes into the hose. The instructions say to cover the hole with the hose when using the sand blaster for spraying liquids.

With the hole uncovered as it says to do for dry materials blasting, I poured some material into the hopper just to see what would happen. The material was medium grade glass beads. It immediately started leaking material out the bottom in three places. One was the hole in the connector.

WHEEL AXLE ROD
The other two material leaks were coming from the holes in the bottom of the hopper.
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