The Dustless Blaster is the perfect tool for automotive stripping.


Dustless Blasting is drastically faster than sanding and soda blasting. Because the water reduces friction and prevents heat, there is no risk of warping like there is with sandblasting. Additionally when the Rust Inhibitor is used properly, chlorides are removed, leaving a perfect paint ready surface. Dustless Blasting solves the warping problem caused by sand blasting, and the paint adhesion problems caused by soda blasting! It's faster, cleaner and greener than any other paint stripping technology available.

 

The outside of most cars can be completely stripped in about 2 hours, consuming 4-5 bags of recycled bottle glass, using a 185 cfm compressor. The removed paint and recycled glass will stay on the ground beneath and around the car. The easiest way we've found to clean up is to just put plastic down before blasting. After blasting, but preferably before the final rust inhibitor rinse down, just roll up the plasic and throw it away. Proper use of the rust inhibitor gives you up to 72 hours of rust resistance in ideal conditions, but it is recommended that you prime as soon as possible after blasting.


Dustless Blasting will be featured in episode #6 of My Classic Car this year! Check it out on the Velocity channel February 8th and 9th, and the MAVTV channel March 7th and 9th!

 

 

People all over the world are finding out that Dustless Blasting is the perfect solution to their surface preparation headaches! To the right check out just a few pictures uploaded by people who make money with our machines every day!

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• Scope of Work:

    Strip all paint for a repaint.

• Substrate:

    Steel

• Additional Challenges

    Multi-Layer Paint

    Body Filler (bondo)

    Rust

• Equipment Used:

    DB500 Mobile with 210 cfm compressor.

 

Total blast time to remove all exterior paint, rust and body filler: 53 Minutes!

Watch the video below to see it in action!



 


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