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Eastwood Master Blaster Dual Abrasive Soda Blaster

The Eastwood dual soda blaster and abrasive blaster tool is on sale today! This tool has the best soda and sandblasting tech for surface prep and maintenance.

Product Code: EW11737

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Eastwood Master Blaster Dual Abrasive Soda Blaster - EW11737

"Master Blaster" Dual Blaster lets you switch 'on-the-fly' between soda and abrasive media, or a combination of both

It features a "Mixing Valve" that lets you switch instantly between full-flow soda media for gently-to-mild cleaning or paint removal on stainless, chrome, aluminum or fibreglass, and full-flow aggressive abrasive media for removing even the heaviest rust from frames and suspension components.

▶   Exclusive Mixing Valve
- offers "on-the-fly" control of each media.
▶   Quickly blast away years of paint and corrosion
- on auto parts, fiberglass boats, outdoor furniture, metal railings/doors or virtually any object you want to clean and refinish.
▶   Quick change valve
- allows operator to go from blasting rust to paint removal.
▶   Utilize bicarbonate soda for paint removal
- on plastic, fiberglass, wood, chrome, stainless steel and any other soft metal with out damage.
▶   Utilize aggressive media
- for heavy rust and paint removal cast iron, steel, etc.
▶   Quality construction
- heavy gauge, fully welded and powder coated tanks and frame.
▶   A "must have tool"
- for any maintenance shop where rust is a problem and paint removal is necessary such as fabrication shops, weld shops, trailer repair, automotive repair and restoration, heavy equipment repair, small engine maintenance facilities, etc.

Eastwood Master Blaster Dual Abrasive Soda Blaster

The dual tanks each hold 100 lbs of media and operate on as little as 10 cfm at 120 psi. This unit now offers the professional and do-it-yourselfers the ability to use soda and aggressive media in one unit, with on-the-fly controls to switch between each media or a blend of both.

Eastwood Master Blaster Dual Abrasive Soda Blaster

Use soda blast supplies to remove coatings on delicate substrates such as fiberglass, chrome or stainless...then easily switch on-the-fly to harsher abrasives such as crushed glass, glass bead or aluminum oxide to blast through heavy scale, rust or multiple coatings. It's a must-have tool for restoration and maintenance shops where rust and paint removal are issues on multiple surfaces such as fiberglass, steel, aluminum, etc. Each of the fully welded, powder-coated tanks holds 100 lbs. of abrasive media (75 lbs. of soda), and works on as little as 10 cfm at 90 psi. 10-ft.-long, heavy-wall blast hose.

"We recommend 60 grit or finer to be used"

Eastwood Master Blaster Dual Abrasive Soda Blaster

Application

Use soda blast supplies to remove coatings on delicate substrates such as fiberglass, chrome or stainless...then easily switch on-the-fly to harsher abrasives such as crushed glass, glass bead or aluminum oxide to blast through heavy scale, rust or multiple coatings. It's a must-have tool for restoration and maintenance shops where rust and paint removal are issues on multiple surfaces such as fiberglass, steel, aluminum, etc. Each of the fully welded, powder-coated tanks holds 100 lbs. of abrasive media (75 lbs. of soda), and works on as little as 10 cfm at 90 psi. 10-ft.-long, heavy-wall blast hose. Imported.

Safety

WARNING: Pressure blasters and blast cabinets emit abrasive particles under high pressure.
Adequate respiratory, eye, and body protection must be utilized at all times during product operation.
Inhalation of silica-based media particles have been known to cause cancer and other deadly diseases and must be avoided.
Always wear NIOSH-approved respiratory protection when operating the equipment.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds Master Blaster-Dual Blaster Instructions Sheet

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

FAQ

(Q) What size of compressor is required?
(A) Minimum 10-cfm, 90-psi compressor.

(Q) Which nozzles can I use with the Master Blaster?
(A) Use any of these nozzles: 51556 (2.0mm), 12111 (2.5mm), 12112 (3.0mm), or 51557 (5.0mm)

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Dual Blaster Abrasive Media and Soda from Eastwood

Dual Blaster Abrasive Media and Soda from Eastwood

Eastwood's Dual Blaster is the best of both worlds! Switch between Soda and Abrasive in seconds or mix at an infinite ratio between the two medias.


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Media Blaster - DUAL Media Blaster - from Eastwood

Media Blaster - DUAL Media Blaster - from Eastwood

Eastwood's Dual Master Blaster combines the best of both worlds for abrasive blasting. Trigger-mounted Mixing Valve allows the operator to quickly switch (on the fly) between bicarbonate soda and any other media of choice.


Watch The Dual Blaster - IN ACTION Video

Abrasive Blasting - The Dual Blaster - IN ACTION - From Eastwood

Abrasive Blasting - The Dual Blaster - IN ACTION - From Eastwood

The Eastwood Dual Blaster is a must for the home hobbyist because it allows you to switch between soda and abrasive media in seconds, or mix at an infinite ratio between the two medias.

  • Very versatile
    I bought this to strip an entire 63 Falcon. There is definitely a learning curve but if you're patient and keep experimenting with the media valve and throttle valve you'll be blasting for hours with no trouble. I love mine so far! I've stripped both front fenders (inside and out) both doors (inside and out), and am now working on the hood and deck lid. I use black beauty in the abrasive side with no trouble so far! Do yourself a favor and buy a sifter (it fits the top of a 5 gallon bucket perfectly) and a good hood. I'm curious how long the valves will last after reading the reviews but I realize they won't last forever flowing abrasive through them but hopefully they will last awhile. I also put a tie wrap on the dead man valve (loosely so that it can be slid off and on) because holding the handle down gets tiring.
  • it's great tool for my hotrod shop
    i been working on a outlaw cyber stock car now it time to work on the car trailer to haul it to the race track it works super just like i thought it would my next project is a 1970 dodge challenger looking forward to that thank- you eastwood for a great tool in my shop looking to purchase more tools from your company thank-you terry B michigan
  • Ist class tool
    I have been restoring and building cars for 37 years. This is the best for the money tool I have had the pleasure to use. Put a regulator on the inlet and works perfectly @ 100psi or less. Used both abrasive and bi-carb tanks and was amazed at the results. Bravo to Eastwood. Thanks JC
  • Pretty good blaster, Better than most
    I like good quality tools. There is a place for cheap tools but when you invest in shop equipment you want it to last. I purchased this blaster 6 months ago and have had very good results so far. Yes the valves could be a little stronger but if you take care of your tools you shouldn’t have a problem. My only concern was that the user’s manual states that you MUST only use 80 grit and higher with this blaster. This is not mentioned in the website. In fact the website states you can use “any abrasive you choose”. I called Eastwood and their tech confirmed the 80 grit was due to the valves. This would really limit you from purchasing the more affordable abrasives from Harbor or Tracker Supply at 60 - 40 grit. It’s not easy finding grit in 80 or higher here in NC and if you do its $25-$35. At the mercy of cost, I did give the Tracker Supply “Black Diamond” Grit a try. It states a mix of 80/40 grit. I pumped five 50lbs bags through the blaster without a clog so I guess I’ll be okay. The Diamond Grit is great on rust at only $7.99 per 50lbs. Maybe Eastwood can add some clarification on this. Overall…great blaster.
  • This Blaster Fill all My Specs
    Great Item super easy to Assembled. I start to used in my powder coating shop make me the job super easy because when I needed in heavy jobs or in other more delicate' s you have all you need in your hand open more soda or more media and that's all great product very helpful
  • Awesome
    Awesome product. A must have for those D.I.Y. who likes to restore cars. Works great on other things also. It was easyt to put together and easy to set up and start right away. I havent had any problems with it and enjoy it.
  • Dual soda blaster
    Great product but took 2 hours to assemble. Under loop frame mounting holes were predrilled in wrong location,so we had to drill new holes to mount frame correctly to blaster. Inlet manifold valves were preassembled unside down so hoses would not connect. We had to dissasemble valve assembly and reassemble in correct locations. Once completed Blaster is awesome. i would recommend this unit.
  • Dual Soda Blaster
    A big thumbs up! Some fittings had been lost in transit to England(Customs no doubt) but were easily replaced. Assembled kit quickly, followed the instructions, and got great results in seconds of use on vintage BSA Motorcycle engine cases (that had more than their fair share of heavy hand painted layers) Having a good supply of air is very important so have upgraded to a diesel compressor for more steady pressure and cfm. Very good addition to workshop, great service from Eastwood Too! Buy one!
  • Good small job blaster
    I upgraded my compressor dryer prior to using based on other reviews so no moisture issues. Took awhile to tune flows but was able to get a repeatable setting for both soda and grit. Did not try to mix medias and doubt I ever will. I used the lower cost 60/40 Black Diamond media without issue. Small pots make it easy to store but not suitable for larger jobs. Did what I needed it to do well. A good tool.
  • Make Sure you have enough pressure
    I bought the device along with two bags of media. Unfortunately my compressor could not keep up with the demand of air. I kept on trying to let it recharge and blast away little by little. Not a good idea, it uses the same amount of media as if it were at full pressure but does nothing, All I got cleaned was a quarter of the bumper. For 80 dollars in media it was not a bargain.
  • 8 solid hours of blasting
    Used this for eight solid hours. no clogs, no problems at all. You need dry air, 5hp 80 gallon air compressor, copper air lines with drip legs, water traps, desiccant dryer 2 quart and you can blast all day. this blaster works great!
  • DV
    Good Product for the Price
    Product works well. The only thing I'm a bit disappointed with is the clamps used, not great quality. I have also run the blaster twice and blew a hole through one of the hoses on the abrasive side.. Maybe too much pressure.. I'm going to see if Eastwood will replace the hose. Other than this, it's a real nice tool to have. I'm restoring a 66 Ford and I have alot of blasting to do.
  • GOOD OVERALL PRODUCT
    USED INITIALLY TO BLAST WROUGHT IRON FENCE RAILS. SLOW PROCESS AT BEST. (CAUSED BY THE JOB NOT THE EQUIP). RAN 5 BAGS OF SAND THROUGHT UNIT AND ATE UP ADJUSTMENT VALVE- TOOK VALVE OUT OF LINE. RECOMMEND DISCONNECTING HOSE AND HARDWARE NOT NEED TO RECUCE FATIQUE. WILL CONTACTD EASTWOOD FOR REPLACEMENT VALVE. GOOD HOBBY EQUIP- NOT FOR LONG TERM USE.