EVERBLAST’S GRIT BLASTING NOZZLE WITH VENTURI DESIGN IS A TUNGSTEN CARBIDE SANDBLASTING NOZZLE WITH A 3/16″ BORE AND 1″ ENTRY. THIS TOUGH NOZZLE IS FITTED WITH AN EZ GRIP THERMOPLASTIC JACKET AND WEAR RESITANT BRASS ALLOY THREADS. NEED MORE PRODUCTION AND HAVE APPROX. 100CFM OF AIR? THEN TAKE A LOOK AT OUR UDLB-4BA GRIT BLASTING NOZZLE.
MODEL: UDLB-3BA USES GASKET/WASHER NW-1514.
THREADS: 1-1/4″ NPSM
|Part number||Bore inch / mm
||Entry inch / mm
|UDLB-3BA||926010||3/16/4.80||1″ / 25.4 mm||5-1/2″ /139.70 mm|
Compressor and blast cleaning system performance:
The most important thing to remember is that your compressor needs to supply air with constant high volume and constant high pressure. There is no point having high pressure and low volume or high volume and low pressure! System will not work efficiently. It is important point to remember, any pressure drop between compressor and the (new) blast cleaning nozzle.
There are several areas in blast system that contribute to pressure drop: (1) length and I.D. of air hose and air lines running from compressor to moisture separator. (2) Moisture separator and (3) Length and I.D. of blast hose. Air supply valve on compressor will point to minimum I.D. of air hose you should use. Do not use a ¾ or 1” ID air hose on a 1-1/2” compressor air control valve, this can cause a pressure drop between 5 and 20 PSI. Air hose should also have a smooth inner wall. A coarse textured inner wall on air hose will also contribute towards a pressure drop.
Grit Blast Nozzle Size:
What other very important factor will contribute to a system wide pressure drop? You guessed it! The blast cleaning nozzle’s bore. When the bore has worn from its original size to approximately 1/16” over the original bore size, the nozzle will need to be changed for a new nozzle having the original bore size.
|Dimensions||6 × 3 × 3 in|