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How quickly does the soda blaster go through 10lbs of soda at 90psi?
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can glass beads also be used in this blaster
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How quickly does the soda blaster go through 10lbs of soda at 90psi?
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can glass beads also be used in this blaster

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"FREE SHIPPING - Ace Soda Blaster, Model# 101826-A"

Item# 155401
"The Ace Soda Blaster enables you to blast away paint, carbon, mold, oil, soot, grease, scale and more. Soda dissolves and rinses away with water. Rugged steel frame. Wheels for mobility. Includes 25ft. hose and blast hood with bump cap. U.S.A. Material Type Steel, Includes Blast hood w/bump cap, Application Soda blaster, Recommended Media Soda, Operating PSI 20-125, Capacity lbs. 100, Nozzle Size in. 1/8, Hose Length ft. 25, Air Consumption at Load CFM 18-45, Dimensions L x W x H in. 25 x 21 x 48."
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Questions & Answers for "FREE SHIPPING - Ace Soda Blaster, Model# 101826-A"

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how is the performance ?

How many square feet are working with a pound of soda ?

Ist there a relationship between the surface to clean and the material pounds
asked 5 months, 1 week ago
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Ricardo03
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There are too many variables with soda blasting to give an amount of area one pound of soda can clean. Such as nozzle size, pressure used, air volume provided. The amount of media needed will also be determined by the surface you are cleaning. For example removing paint from a car will require a different amount of media than removing graffiti from a stone wall.
answered 5 months ago
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ProductExpert36
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can this model be converted to an abrasive blaster?

asked 11 months ago
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This unit cannot be converted to an abrasive blaster. It can only be used as a soda blaster.
answered 11 months ago
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Is an air compressor required to operate or is this unit operationally self contained?

asked 4 years, 11 months ago
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Anonymous
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The soda blaster will require a air compressor that can produce 18 - 45 cfm at 20 to 125 psi.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
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ProductExpert10
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answer 2
Hi,
You need a large air compressor to run this.
20-25 cfm (on the high side)
This will depend on the size nozzle you are using too.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
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mkblaster
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