Thread adapter TA-CB2-114
Price Each : $97.00
Thread adapter TA-CB2-114, Tungsten carbide lined, for fitting a 3/4″ NPSM threaded nozzle and converting them to work with 1-1/4″ NPSM nozzle holders.
|Dimensions||6 × 3 × 3 in|
|Nozzle Liner Material|
|Threads adapter -fine||
3/4" NPSM to 1-1/4" NPSM
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Thread Adapter TA-CB2-114
Specifications for thread adapter TA-CB2-114:
Male threads (Outer): 1-1/4″ NPSM
Female threads (inner) 3/4″ NPSM
Liner: Tungsten carbide.
Useful tips for blast cleaning set up.
Looking to optimize performance of blast cleaning system? Take a look at compressor’s air output and how to use available air to select best size of sandblasting nozzle to maximize blast cleaning productivity. Most efficient blast cleaning systems will need sufficient compressed air to supply continually at least 95 to 100 PSI at the blast cleaning nozzle. There are situations where less forceful blast cleaning may be needed using softer abrasives, under these circumstances, a lower nozzle psi might be acceptable.
Effects of a worn nozzle on blast cleaning performance and productivity:
A blast cleaning nozzle is considered worn when the bore size has increased by over 1/16″ over the original (new) nozzle bore size. E.G new nozzle bore size was 1/4″ to has now worn out to 5/16″. Increased bore size, using same CFM as for original bore size will lead to a nozzle pressure drop. This nozzle pressure drop will mean that there is a loss in impact velocity and surface cleaning/profiling performance. To increase nozzle pressure, compressor will have to supply more air. More air means increased cost and can lead to a reduction in productivity for blast system.