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putting out, so it is more powerful and faster than traditional blasting.

As opposed to a gravity-fed system, the feed system uses venturi suction to convey the abrasive and water up and out of the machine. The abrasive and water are pulled from the bottom and exit the top. This simple design makes it reliable, easy to operate and eliminates wear parts.

During blasting, the media and coatings that are removed get trapped in water and grounded, which eliminates the dust plume.

OSHA recommends using a wet abrasive delivery method — such as Dustless Blasting — as a primary means of protecting workers. Water encapsulates the abrasive and coating being removed, which prevents them from becoming airborne and being inhaled.

You can also use a less toxic abrasive, such as 40/70 recycled crushed glass, which contains no crystalline silica.

Or use any abrasive in the Dustless Blasting system, such as: Crushed Glass, Copper Slag / Coal Slag, Sand, Garnet, Organics (Walnut, Corncob, Soda).

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